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Mieux comprendre la traite des êtres humains

, 13 décembre 2018 – 14 décembre 2018
(inteprétation simultanée)

Domaine de droit:


This final seminar in a series of four co-funded by the European Commission on countering trafficking in human beings (THB) will focus on a deeper analysis of the highlights of the last three seminars of the series, reviewing what has happened since then and drawing conclusions about possible future action in the field.  

The seminar will look at demand reduction in relation to sexual exploitation, at assisting victims of sexual exploitation at both EU and national level, and at measuring the cost thereof. It will also explore financial investigations of trafficking and the use of the internet in relation to its financial flows and profits.

Key topics

  • Analysis of legal aspects in relation to demand reduction, regulatory measures to reduce demand and their role in combating sexual exploitation
  • Vulnerable groups (women and children) and how assistance to them could be improved
  • Judicial and law enforcement aspects with regard to victims and the need for better cross-border and inter-institutional cooperation
  • Investigating and confiscating assets related to THB and the use of the internet to track financial flows and profits linked to THB

Participation conditions

Participation fee: € 130 with no discounts
The number of places available for participants is limited. Applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis and according to nationalities. Priority will be given to those participants who did not attend a previous ERA event organised within the same series of “Countering Trafficking in Human Beings, Protecting Victims and Enhancing Financial Investigations” in 2017/2018.

Travel up to €400 and accommodation for a maximum of two nights (12-14 December 2018) up to €95 per night will be reimbursed by ERA upon receipt of the original boarding passes, receipts and invoices after the seminar. Please note that these rules do not apply to representatives of EU Institutions and Agencies and all residents of non-EU states, who should cover their own travel and accommodation.

Participants are asked to book their own travel and accommodation.

Spanish applicants who work for the prosecution service (CEJ) must apply for this event through CEJ.

Who should attend?

Judges, prosecutors, lawyers in private practice, law enforcement officers and members of civil society/NGOs.


Please click here to register.

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Overnight accommodation in Trier
There are special rates for ERA participants at three excellent hotels in Trier.


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