European Platform Against Trafficking in Human Beings

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Enpates – European NGO Platform against Trafficking, Exploitation and Slavery

EnpatesThe ENPATES project has been promoted and carried out by On the Road (Italy), La Strada International, Anti-Slavery International (UK), ALC (France), ACCEM (Spain), ADPARE (Romania), LEFOE (Austria), KOK (Germany), and PAG-ASA (Belgium), with the support from the Prevention of and Fight against Crime Programme of the European Commission, Directorate-General HOME Affairs.

The project, implemented between July 2010 and November 2012, established a Pan-European, stable, flexible Platform for anti-trafficking NGOs with the aim of developing a common framework for analysis and action to orient anti-trafficking policy, strategy and programming and with the purpose of improving the operational coordination among European NGOs. In this view the ENPATES Platform set up a system for the functional exchange of knowledge, good practices and advocacy initiatives in the field of prevention, assistance, protection and social inclusion of trafficked persons.

For more information visit the Enpates website.

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