Every day thousands of women, men and children are trafficked worldwide for various exploitative purposes

It is our common responsibility and our mission to guarantee the safety and well-being of women, men and children and ensure that they are free from sexual and labour exploitation.

Trafficking in Human Beings (THB) shows no signs of diminishing and remains a heavily profit-driven crime that is profoundly difficult to operate without leaving a financial footprint. The UNCHAINED project is focused on the key topic of financial flows into and out of these types of high profit activities and adopts the follow-the-money approach.

By investigating the business models behind THB and through that, its relationship to other crimes (such as ML, migrant smuggling, and drug trafficking), the range of actors and decision makers involved (knowingly or otherwise) and their modi operandi can be exposed and prevented. The project will be promoting collaborative information sharing partnerships and enhanced reporting of suspicious financial activity.

objectives are

The understanding of the phenomenon, so the interrelation of the so-called poly-crimes phenomenon;

Improving the financial analysis capacity of LEAs and Prosecutor Offices, in cooperation with private  organizations managing key data to identify perpetrators and the modi operandi of different groups;

Enhancing the skills, the know-how and the competences of the first line practitioners within their  own specific jurisdiction to identify and report suspicious financial activities;

Raise awareness on emerging trends in the field of  countering THB.

Our

PARTNERS

PROCURA DELLA REPUBBLICA
PRESSO IL TRIBUNALE ORDINARIO DI PADOVA

ProsPD-JudPol – Italy

FONDAZIONE AGENFOR INTERNATIONAL
AGENFOR

Italy

FUNDACION EUROARABE DE ALTOS ESTUDIOS
FUNDEA

Spain

Spanish National Police Force

Spain

HOCHSCHULE FUR OFFENTLICHE VERWALTUNG
HFOV / IPOS

Germany

Training

to enhance first-line
practitioners’ skills in the
identification and report of
suspicious financial activity

Research

on the business models in trafficking for…
… sexual exploitation
… labour exploitation
… child exploitation

Cooperation

 

between public and private actors to counter trafficking in human beings

Awareness
raising

on the main business models used and actors involved in THB chain; indicators of illicit financial; relationship between financial crime and THB

Network

 

of experts and trainers to facilitate continued best practice and knowledge

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