Practitioners and professionals are often in search for better ways to enhance their knowledge in the field of their expertise, through reliable tools to facilitate a continuous-learning process
Especially with what concerns the trafficking in human beings and judicial/police cooperation fields, harmonized and coherent sources of shared information are often difficult to find for the practitioners. Even though there are variety of websites and plenty of sources of information dispersed through the internet, the element of an undivided, unified online source in which the practitioners can rely upon was still missing.
For this reason, an innovative platform has been developed in order to offer a compelling experience that will allow users to grow as professionals within their field, while improving their daily work in terms of time efficiency and the ability to easily access populated number of sources and other necessary information.
The Toolkit is aligned to the latest European recommendations and priorities, in particular the Regulation (EU) 2018/1672, Directive (EU) 2015/849 and will be divided into several sections covering the following key topics