The National Agency against Human Trafficking (ANITP) launched a campaign for the prevention of human trafficking, targeting mainly unemployed people, youth who are looking for jobs and people with disabilities. The campaign, called “I’m looking for a job… on the Internet” is aimed at warning target groups about the risk of criminal groups operating in virtual space. The campaign will be conducted until December 31 in Bucharest, the main message of the campaign is “A click in the virtual world can make you a victim a human trafficking in the real world“.
The study was carried out by Nobody’s Children Foundation in 2009 in the framework of Mario project. Present report is a summary of views and experiences described by representatives of various occupations who – in their professional capacity – are likely to encounter children – victims of trafficking or children from groups at risk (e.g. separated minors).
European Commission has launched its anti-human trafficking website on December 21, 2010. The website will promote national information pages with factual information on legislation, action plans, coordination, assistance to victims, etc. The website was launched in conjunction to the approved Trafficking Directive.
Child Well-Being Fund Ukraine developed two educational games on trafficking prevention for children.