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Untersuchung der finanziellen Aspekte des Menschenhandels

Thessaloniki, 14. Juli 2022 – 15. Juli 2022
, Griechisch (Simultanübersetzung)



This second seminar in a series of three co-financed by the European Commission will focus on disrupting the financial business model of THB, following the money and untangling the business chain.

Mutual recognition of confiscation orders will play a central role in the seminar, as will the work of Europol and Eurojust in the field in assisting Member States to follow through with these orders, also within Joint Investigation Teams (JITs). This will be followed by a closer look at police and judicial cooperation in THB financial investigations and confiscating assets, including red-flag indicators in various areas, such as money service businesses.

Moreover, levels of cooperation between these actors and financial service providers and FIUs will also be examined, as will the enhancement of victim compensation. Evidence-gathering to increase prosecutions and convictions, especially within the context of the criminal liability of natural and legal persons, will be analysed.

Workshops will form a part of the seminar.

Key topics

  • Financial investigations, JITs, asset recovery and confiscation orders
  • Cooperation between the judiciary, law enforcement, FIUs and financial service-providers
  • Evidence-gathering and victim compensation

Participation conditions

  • Registration fee: €120 including documentation, lunch and joint dinner.
  • Travel costs up to €300 will be reimbursed only upon receipt of the original receipts, tickets, boarding passes and invoices after the seminar. For those travelling less than 100km to Thessaloniki, travel costs of up to €150 will be reimbursed.
  • Two nights' hotel accommodation up to €130 per night will be reimbursed by ERA upon receipt of the original receipts and invoices after the seminar for participants who travel more than 100km to Thessaloniki.
  • The number of places available is limited (50 places).
  • Target group: judges, prosecutors, law enforcement officers, controllers and bank representatives, civil society/NGOs. Participation will be subject to a selection procedure.
  • Participants are asked to book their own travel and accommodation. Greek applicants who work for the judiciary and prosecution services must apply for this event through ESDI.
  • Participants should come from eligible EU Member States (Denmark does not participate in the ISF Police instrument) or eligible Candidate Countries (Albania and Montenegro).

Who should attend?

Judges, prosecutors, law enforcement officers, financial investigators, compliance officers, civil society/NGOs from eligible EU Member States (Denmark does not participate in the Internal Security Fund - Police 2014-2020) and eligible Candidate Countries (Albania and Montenegro).





ERA (Ramin Farinpour) in cooperation with the Greek National School of Judges (ESDI), Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), Western Union, Romanian Directorate for Investigating Organised Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT), La Strada International and LEFÖ



Ramin Farinpour

Susanne Babion



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