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OSCE Organizes Simulation-Based Training to Combat Human Trafficking

A simulation-based training on combating human trafficking — the first of its kind in Albania — took place from October 18-21 2021 in Tirana. The training, organized by the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), promoted an innovative approach to the capacity development of anti-trafficking practitioners.

The training consisted of realistic, practical and cross-dimensional simulation exercises aimed to enhance anti-trafficking officials’ ability to identify and investigate human trafficking and assist trafficked persons in a victim-centred and human rights-based manner. Around 60 anti-trafficking practitioners — including social workers, police officers, prosecutors, labour inspectors and civil society activists — participated in the training.  

The training was delivered as part of the program “Transforming the national response to human trafficking in and from Albania”, which is implemented by a consortium of local and international organizations led by UNICEF Albania, and supported by the United Kingdom.

Read more at OSCE

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