The European Forum against Human Trafficking For Forced Labour And Labour Exploitation

The Council of the Baltic Sea States and the National Coordination against Prostitution and Trafficking in Human Beings at the Swedish Gender Equality Agency ask you to save the date for the European Forum against Human Trafficking for Forced Labour and Labour Exploitation, taking place on 7-8 December 2023 in Stockholm.

Registrations are now open! More information & registration:

How do European states currently perceive and tackle labour exploitation? What measures have proven effective, and which fall short? Is there evidence of successful prosecution of labour exploitation within a European framework?

Register now and be part of a diverse array of voices, from national and international policymakers to frontline responders such as labour inspectorates, legal professionals, migration agencies, and academics, as well as stakeholders from the private sector, employer organisations and union organisations.

The European Forum against Human Trafficking for Forced Labour and Labour Exploitation is jointly organised by the Council of the Baltic Sea States (CBSS) and the Swedish Gender Equality Agency.

Set to convene on 7-8 December 2023 in the historic city of Stockholm, Sweden, this crucial forum will address the pressing challenges Europe currently faces in the realm of human trafficking, particularly against the backdrop of the recent humanitarian crisis stemming from the unprovoked Russian aggression against Ukraine. 

Don’t miss this unparalleled opportunity to engage in vital international dialogue, collaborate on effective solutions, and drive meaningful change in our battle against human trafficking in Europe. Register now and be part of this essential conversation.

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