European Network Against Trafficking in Human Beings

About trafficking

International legal framework

International legislation

The last ten years trafficking in persons has become an issue of growing concern in the international community, and states and intergovernmental organisations have increasingly become involved in the anti-trafficking debate. Both on national and international level new laws, protocols and conventions have been developed and adopted to combat human trafficking.

All La Strada counties have national legislation on trafficking in human beings some of them have also signed and ratified international legislative agreements. Most important international bodies that have developed binding legislation on trafficking for the La Strada Network are the European Union, the Council of Europe and the United Nations.

Latest news

6 Point Action Plan for governments

Improving access to compensation

6 Point Action Plan for governments to improve access to compensation

6 Point Action Plan for governments to improve access to compensation 

Surveys launched to check knowledge and practice of professional on compensation

Surveys launched for professional stakeholders to identify knowledge and practice in the field of compensaton for victims of crime.

Statement on Amnesty International policy on sex workers rights

La Strada International welcomes Amnesty International’s policy on sex workers' rights and decriminalisation of sex work