The Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement has developed a number of approaches to address human trafficking in many regions of the world.
In some areas, there are programmes to prevent trafficking and programmes to help identify and protect human trafficking survivors. In other locations, anti-trafficking is only part of our core humanitarian work. This might include bringing families back together and ensuring migrants are treated humanely. It also involves supporting vulnerable people, both adults and children, who may be discriminated against because of their gender, sexuality, or because they have different needs to others.
Both the Action for Trafficked Persons Network (ATN) and the Asia Pacific Migration Network (AMPN) operate regionally to support and expand this area of our work. You can read more about our ongoing projects below.
8 March 2019
Human trafficking in the context of migration trainer toolkit. How to reduce risks, recognize signs and respond safely.
Organisation:Actions for Trafficked Persons Network
Guidance for training members of the European Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies on responding to human trafficking. Please contact us if you would like to know more about this resource.
22 January 2019
Toolkit “Discussing human trafficking and exploitation with (former) asylum seekers”
Organisation:Netherlands Red Cross
A toolkit for frontline workers to use when working with asylum seekers and migrants with key messages about human trafficking and exploitation across a number of themes.
22 January 2019
The identification of victims of human trafficking in transit and destination countries in Europe. A practical guideline for frontline workers.
Organisation:Croatian Red Cross
Guidance published by Croatian Red Cross and France Terre d'Asile for frontline workers, containing essential information and checklists to help identify survivors of human trafficking in Europe, and what steps to take.
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