The free and anonymous telephone number offers 24/7 help to victims. The agreement with the National Police follows a model working well in Greece.
The EU law passed in Brussels could “transform the lives of millions of exploited workers”, says the European Freedom Network.
The European Freedom Network (EFN) asks parliamentarians in Brussels to pass legislation that forces companies to identify and address human exploitation.
The FIFA World Cup has turned critical eyes to the small Persian Gulf country. Three people on the ground analyse the freedom of Christians.
Experts, activists and NGO representatives from across Europe gathered for the first time in 3 years for European Freedom Network’s in-person conference in October.
A report shows that forced labour and forced marriage have risen significantly in the last five years, specially among women and children.
The EFN held its 7th Bridge Conference.“The church has a crucial role in preventing trafficking and in creating a safe restorative community for survivors”, organisers say.
October 18th is the EU Anti-Trafficking Day. The European Freedom Network has launched a new video focused on labour traffricking.
Let us not forget that the Human Rights that are at stake were born in the fertile soil of Christianity.
They are accused of forcing 52 immigrants to work for endless days without food or water at high temperatures.
The Evangelical People’s Party calls to “consider labour exploitation as a separate offense” in the Penal Code to protect migrants and other vulnerable people.
The “Passport to indicators of trafficking”, translated to 9 languages, aims to help victims find a way out, and encourages citizens to report possible crimes.
It would be good to penalize the blatant human rights abuses in Qatar rather than applauding them by letting bonded labourers build the new stadiums for World Cup 2022.
Businesses like Purnaa, Made in Freedom and Roam Living are helping to change the textile industry by offering good jobs in a context dominated by exploitation.
More than 32,000 cases of human trafficking have been analysed by Polaris, a leader in the global fight to eradicate modern slavery.