The meeting was hosted by the Faculty of Law of the University Tartu. Along with the project partner organisations, invited experts from police, prosecution and labour inspections also participated in the meeting.
Participants agreed that trainings should be tailored according to the needs of law enforcement, prosecutors, judges and other parties that are involved in the criminal process. And the overall aim is to secure the convictions for trafficking crime.
During the meeting participants drafted the possible concept of two international trainings, of which one will take place in Riga, Latvia and will be dedicated to sensitising professionals on the cases of sexual trafficking.
The second international training will take place in Tallinn, Estonia and will be dedicated to labour trafficking cases.
Along with two international trainings, each participating country will organise 4 national trainings targeting specific country needs.
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