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Virtual networks against human trafficking



The UN.GIFT.HUB connects with other online portals dedicated to the fight against human trafficking.


The Swedish Institute


During the last decade the efforts towards combating the modern slavery of human trafficking have become an important topic on the political agenda, both on a national and international level.

In July 2008 the Swedish government launched the first National Plan of Action on prostitution and human trafficking for sexual purposes. A number of authorities, NGO's and other key actors have, in relation to the plan of action and its 36 measures, received public funding to further enhance the efforts toward combating this transnational problem.

The Swedish Institute has, in connection to this, as measure number 31, been commissioned by the Government to spread information on Swedish methods and perspectives relevant to the work on prostitution and human trafficking for sexual purposes on an international basis.


The United Nations Inter-Agency Project on Human Trafficking (UNIAP)


UNIAP was established in June 2000 to facilitate a stronger and more coordinated response to human trafficking, in the Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS). UNIAP is managed by a headquarters in Bangkok, with country project offices in the capitals of Cambodia, China, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand and Viet Nam.

The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre website tracks the human rights impacts (positive & negative) of 5000 companies in over 180 countries, seeks responses from companies when concerns are raised by civil society, and provides tools and resources for everyone in this field. Our free Weekly Updates bring the latest news and developments to over 10,000 opinion leaders worldwide. The Centre's regional researchers are based in India, Senegal, South Africa and Ukraine - soon also Hong Kong. Our aim: to encourage companies to respect human rights, avoid harm to people, and maximise their positive contribution. The Resource Centre is a registered charity in England & Wales, and a tax-exempt non-profit in USA.


WE.ACT - Worldwide E-community Against Child Trafficking

WE.ACT is an on-line meeting place for all those involved or interested in efforts to end child trafficking across the globe.


Membership in this e-community provides:

*moderated discussions on topics related to child trafficking;
*exchange of training materials and other resources;
*exchange of ideas and experiences;
*synthesized good practices on fighting child trafficking;
*information on recent publications;
*news and updates;
*information on forthcoming events


The E-community is currently in its test phase and just completed its second on-line discussion forum. Click here to apply for membership.

A specialized website on child protection issues in Europe with a particular focus on child trafficking and matters related to the protection of children on the move in Europe. The web portal is managed by the Regional Office of Terre des hommes - Child Relief for Central and South Eastern Europe, member of the Terre Des Hommes International Federation.


Within the International campaign against child trafficking, Terre des Hommes strategies are aimed at developing protective mechanisms within the communities of children at risk, and ensuring the long-term reintegration of trafficked children. It researches the causes and mechanisms of child trafficking in order to provide adequate responses that really improve the lives of affected children. Terre des Hommes also works with trafficked children's countries of origin and destination to foster bi-lateral and regional cooperation.

The Council of the Baltic Sea States (CBSS) Task Force against Trafficking in Human Beings



The TF-THB works to counteract trafficking in human beings in the Baltic Sea Region through preventive and protective activities. The mandate is to fight against all forms of trafficking in human beings. The actions of the TF-THB aim to strengthen assistance to victims, promote cooperation, abolish gaps in existing approaches and improve legislation.


The TF-THB develops and implements strategic projects in each of the CBSS Member States: Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, the Russian Federation and Sweden. The Task Force is composed of experts from relevant Government ministries in all of the CBSS capitals as well as the European Commission. The work of the TF-THB is realised by the Senior Advisor and her staff at the CBSS Secretariat in Stockholm, Sweden.

Northwest Coalition Against Trafficking (NWCAT)


NWCAT was founded by the Soroptimist International Northwestern Region, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit international organization, is a coalition of many Agencies, Political Leaders, Community Organizations, Individuals, Media and Business Supporters throughout the Pacific Northwest working to Inform, Educate, and Protect the women and girls from Human Labor & Sex Trafficking in the Northwest Region of the United States of America and beyond. The coalition is "Looking Beneath the Surface" through informing, educating, and protecting the women and girls in the Northwestern States and Beyond through conferences, education, events, movie consultation, and safety measures including but not limited to increasing awareness of the need for shelters for victims of the trafficking industry.

International Society for Health and Human Rights (ISHHR)


ISHHR capacity building workshops and conferences aim to contribute to the professional development of ISHHR members who provide forensic, medical and psycho-social services to both empower and heal survivors of gross human rights abuses and their communities. Methods of intervention, treatments and follow-through are issues of high priority. Participants are part of the world-wide ISHHR network of professionals working in the field of human rights and health including colleagues that work with victims of human trafficking.

Dubai Foundation for Women and Children


(DFWAC) is the first licensed nonprofit organisation in the UAE for women and children victims of domestic violence, child abuse, and trafficking. DFWAC assists women and children victims of violence residing in Dubai regardless of race, class, ethnicity, religion or legal status. It provides free emergency shelter, case management, medical care, counseling, legal assistance, consular and immigration support, psychological assessment and referral. In addition to these core services, DFWAC also provides secondary support services including children's education, recreational activities, vocational training, individual and group sessions, physical fitness, female empowerment.

Home - The Child Recovery and Reintegration Network

Home: The Child Recovery and Reintegration Network


Home supports and strengthens research, knowledge and learning surrounding the recovery and reintegration of children affected by sexual exploitation and trafficking globally.

The Network facilitates the exchange of information between and amongst practitioners and researchers worldwide to enable the design, development and funding of high quality support programmes for children.

The value and overall success of the Network relies on the input, contribution and engagement of those working in this area.