Council of the Baltic Sea States Launch a Cooperation Model to Harmonize Anti-Trafficking Practices in the Region

25 November 2019
Research Innovation

The Council of the Baltic Sea States’ (CBSS) Task Force Against Trafficking in Human Beings launched a Transnational Referral Mechanism to standardize identification and assistance systems across its 11 Member States. The mechanism also extends to some countries of origin, namely Bulgaria, Romania and Ukraine. In order to better inform and involve wider society in the fight against exploitation, a glossary and guidelines for media on reporting on human trafficking are also available.

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