On the 25th of September, KOPIN organised the second multi-stakeholder roundtable on the prevention of and fight against trafficking of children in Malta, in the framework of its project Catch&Sustain. The meeting was held during the morning at Europe House in Valletta, and saw the participation of different stakeholders, among which UNHCR and Ministry for Justice and Home Affairs MHAS.
An analysis of existing guidelines and recommendations on detection, empowerment and data collection of child trafficking cases in Malta was presented by Dr Jean-Pierre Gauci from People for Change, followed by the presentation of the “Destination Unknown Campaign (DUC)” for the protection of children on the move, organised by Terre des Hommes International Federation.
For more information on DUC, please visit http://destination-unknown.org/ or contact Federica Di Giulio at email@example.com.
Article provided by Federica Di Giulio, KOPIN