Free2Link – Project progress

Free2Link – Project progress

Over 250 professionals, from Italy and Greece, participated in the survey conducted by the Free2Link project to understand the level of knowledge and the availability of practical tools to identify and combat the phenomenon of online human trafficking. Thanks to their contribution, Progetto Tenda, DRC and Nesta Italia have developed a series of reflections to design training activities and offer adequate support. The results of the survey will be available in the Research Report available at free2link.eu

Free2Link is a project is funded by the European Union’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme (2014-2020)

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Free2Link – Project progress

Free2Link – Project progress

Tracing a state of the art on the phenomenon of e-trafficking in Europe, gathering information, case studies and recommendations to support the work of field operators and international organizations: this is the objective of the Research Report by Progetto Tenda, DRC Greece and Nesta Italia in the context of the Free2link project. The report will be downloadable for free at the link free2link.eu

Free2Link is a project is funded by the European Union’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme (2014-2020)

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Free2Link – Project progress

Free2Link – Project progress

How does the Internet facilitate the recruitment, transport and exploitation of human beings? In the Research Report by Progetto Tenda, DRC Greece and Nesta Italia, we will explore  the role of digital technologies, accompanied by guidelines and recommendations formulated by international agencies. The report will be available soon for free on free2link.eu

Free2Link is a project is funded by the European Union’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme (2014-2020)

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Free2Link – Project progress

Free2Link – Project progress

E-trafficking is a complex and multifaceted phenomenon. Despite its spread throughout  Europe, there is still little and fragmentary information on its manifestations. As part of the European project Free2Link, Progetto Tenda, together with DRC Greece and Nesta Italia, has carried out a research, enriched by a survey conducted among operators on the front line, to offer an updated and reliable tool that helps professionals and organizations in the identification and contrast of online trafficking phenomenon. The report will soon be available for free on free2link.eu

Free2Link is a project is funded by the European Union’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme (2014-2020)

#free2link #stophumantrafficking #digitalawareness

UPTHEM – 2nd TPM

UPTHEM – 2nd TPM

On 25th February the 2nd meeting of UPTHEM project partners took place. Unfortunately, the meeting had to take place online due to the current situation. Continue reading