Baltic Sea Region Information Management to Prevent Trafficking

Project - Information Management to Prevent Trafficking

The EGCC, in partnership with Save the Children Denmark, Carits Lithuania and Tartu Child Support Centre in Estonia, received a grant from the Daphne III programme to implement the project "Baltic Sea Region - Information Management to Prevent Trafficking". The project lasted one year and mapped and identified resource persons and resource organisations that can contribute vital information on trends related to child trafficking. The project organised three expert meeting and commissioned one report. 

Expert seminar: Child victims of sexual abuse and sexual exploitation - links to trafficking

On March 23 and 24 2010, Caritas Lithuania as a partner in the EGCC project "Baltic Sea Region - Information Management to Prevent Trafficking, BSR IMPT" organised the first in a series of three expert seminars with experts from the region. The expert seminar was held in Vilnius and discussed the topics of how information on children that are sexually abused and sexually exploited can be managed in order to increase knowledge on trafficking of children in the region.

The report from the expert seminar can be downloaded here.

Presentations are available in pdf:

Conference "Trafficking in Children: A Criminal Act Calling for a Child Protection Response", 20-21 June 2011, Oslo, Norway

The conference “Trafficking in Children – A Criminal Act Calling for a Child Protection Response” organised by the Royal Norwegian Ministry of Children, Equality and Social Inclusion together with the CBSS Expert Group for Cooperation on Children at Risk (EGCC), was held in Oslo, Norway, on 20-21 June 2011. The conference was attended by over 100 of law enforcement, prosecution, child protection, outreach work experts from all over the region as well as researchers and representatives of governmental and non-governmental services. 

Report

Speaker biographies 

Agenda

Presentations

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 This project was funded by the Daphne III programme.