IOM Belarus and the messaging app Viber this week (20/02) launched a sticker pack called “Cat on the Move” specially designed by Mitya Pislyak, a famous Belarusian illustrator and artist, to promote safe migration and combat human trafficking.
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On 19-20 March, IOM X participants gathered to discuss their own ideas of preventive events within IOM X: stop human trafficking campaign.
On 15-16 September within the framework of EU/UNDP project “Supporting the Republic of Belarus in Addressing Irregular Migration and Promoting Human Rights of Vulnerable Migrants” was organized a final training on standard operating procedures (SOPs) for the identification and referral of victims of sexual and gender-based abuse and human trafficking among vulnerable migrants. The series of trainings consists of 8 trainings, . . . Read more
Human trafficking happens in every country in the world. At any given time there are around 21 million of victims of human trafficking. Combating human trafficking was reflected in Sustainable Development Goals listed in the Agenda 2030. On 27th of July Minsk hosts a press-conference dedicated to the World Day Against Trafficking in Persons to highlight once again the importance . . . Read more