UN Migration Agency Marks 11th EU Anti-Trafficking Day with New Data, Analysis on Human Trafficking

18 Oct 2017 - IOM, the UN Migration Agency, today joins the European Union (EU), other European countries and partners throughout the region and beyond in marking the 11th EU Anti-Trafficking Day. It is observing the day through a series of events and is releasing two publications on victims of trafficking.

“We have to do more to identify, assist and protect victims of trafficking in Europe, but we also have to do more to ensure that vulnerable migrants reaching our shores are protected from exploitation,” said Eugenio Ambrosi, IOM Regional Director for the EU, Norway and Switzerland. “We have to continue to be outraged and not allow for the normalization of exploitation of migrants in Europe,” he added.

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