ObjectiveThis first seminar in a series of four co-funded by the European Commission on countering trafficking in human beings (THB), protecting victims and enhancing financial investigations will focus on THB demand reduction in relation to sexual exploitation.
Analysis of legal aspects in relation to demand reduction, including Member States’ and international organisations’ attempts to reduce demand
Case studies, reports and analysis on how demand drives THB and those benefiting from it Analysis from a judicial and law enforcement perspective
Regulatory measures to reduce demand and its role in relation to sexual exploitation
ParticipationTravel up to €400 and accommodation for a maximum of two nights (5 -7 April 2017) up to €130 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 accommodation.
Participants are asked to book their own travel and accommodation.
Who should attend?
Judges, prosecutors, lawyers in private practice, law enforcement officers and members of civil society/NGOs.