Development of Guidelines for the Collection of Data on Trafficking in Human Beings, including comparable indicators

Duration: 1 November 2007 to 30 April 2009

The project “Development of Guidelines for the Collection of Data on Trafficking in Human Beings including comparable indicators” was implemented by the Austrian Federal Ministry of the Interior and IOM Vienna. The project aimed to (1) create the necessary basis for an improved collection and comparison (as well as sharing) of data, (2) enhance the capacity of the relevant national authorities to collect and share data as well as to contribute to EU wide efforts to enhance data collection; and (3) foster cooperation among EU Member States in the field of trafficking.

The project partners were:

  • The Belgian Federal Police
  • The Ministry of Justice and Law Enforcement of Hungary 
  • The Ministry of the Interior of Italy 
  • The Police of Luxembourg 
  • The Ministry of the Interior of the Slovak Republic 
  • The Ministry of Justice of Sweden 
  • EUROPOL 
  • The International Centre for Migration Policy Development

The Guidelines for the Collection of Data on Trafficking in Human Beings, Including Comparable Indicators were presented at a Final Ministerial Conference which took place in Vienna, from 23-24 February 2009.

 

  

This initiative was co-funded by the European Commission, Prevention of and Fight Against Crime 2007 with financial support from the Prevention of and Fight Against Crime Programme- Directorate General Justice, Freedom and Security.