During two-days training session through sharing of practical experiences, lessons learned, advice and recommendations several fruitful sessions consisting of presentations and discussions were provided:
* Methodology on the synergy-building between anti-trafficking actors: THB policy planning and organisational structures employed for policy implementation; discussion on state of inter-agency synergy implementing anti-trafficking strategy by the state agencies in Moldova moderated by Ms Lasma Stabina, National Anti-Trafficking Coordinator, Ministry of the Interior, Latvia;
* Moldovan and EU Member States/ international experiences and best practices on inter-institutional cooperation and national anti-trafficking policy planning:
- Coordination mechanism of the counter-trafficking activities that ensures supportive interaction on the field; discussion on the methods of counter- trafficking partnership moderated by Mr Ian Sweet from the Office of Anti-Slavery Commissioner, United Kingdom;
- Intelligence-led policing and role of evidence based data and analysis; discussion on information exchange between key anti-trafficking players and its management moderated by Dr PhD Jorn van Rij, Senior Lecturer Criminology, the Inholland University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands;
* Moldovan way forward as regards inter-institutional cooperation and policy planning against Trafficking in Human Beings and modern slavery:
- Framework building for better cooperation between law enforcement institutions and other State/public agencies and NGOs implementing anti-trafficking strategy;
- Cooperation mechanism, both vertical and horizontal, between law enforcement agencies preventing and implementing THB-related crimes and protecting victims of trafficking.
The training was ended up with discussion of recommendations regarding improvement of the national institutional framework and encouragement of the anti-trafficking policy planning.
The implementation of this project activity and discussions were facilitated and supported by Mr Alvydas Sakocius, Adviser to the Minister of the Interior, Lithuania, Head of the Project Component, and Moldovan anti-trafficking expert Ms Ana Revenco from La Strada.
The Project is led by the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Lithuania.
The Project is funded by ICMPD in the framework of Mobility Partnership Facility.