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E-course on Combatting Trafficking in Human Beings

The e-course on Combatting Trafficking in Human Beings is available for users! 

This course, developed by ICMPD’s Anti-Trafficking Programme and the Prague Process, aims to equip entry to intermediate-level knowledge professionals in migration and asylum with fundamental knowledge about human trafficking and other related crimes. The course delineates the intricacies of human trafficking, distinguishing it from migrant smuggling, and provides an overview of the global trends and legal frameworks surrounding the issue. Additionally, it explores the vulnerabilities to trafficking of individuals in mixed migration flows, state obligations in responding to trafficking, and victim-related issues including identification, principles of victim assistance, risk assessment, and repatriation. The course consists of 16 individual chapters.

Register here to access the e-course on Combatting Trafficking in Human Beings and other available courses (labour migration, identification and profiling at the border, integrated border management, return and reintegration). Access to all courses is granted upon registration on the platform. If you encounter any challenges with registration or course access, please feel free to contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Please note that the access to the platform is reserved for the Prague Process state officials and partners as well as state officials from other regions. The e-courses are designed to serve states and partners with educational material for self-paced independent remote learning. The successful completion of any e-course results in receipt of a certificate.

Explore more about the Prague Process e-learning platform and available courses here.