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FLOW project presentation by HEUNI, 4.10.18

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FLOW. FLOWS OF ILLICIT FUNDS AND VICTIMS OF LABOUR TRAFFICKING: UNCOVERING THE COMPLEXITIES
This project was funded by the European Union’s Internal Security Fund — Police

The FLOW project promotes a holistic approach to the prevention and investigation of trafficking in human beings (THB) in conjunction with economic crime and engages businesses in the prevention of THB.
THB is an end result of complex interconnections between unsustainable business practices, organized crime, corruption and illicit flows. When tackling this nexus understanding these connections, and cooperation between business, law enforcement and labour inspectors is crucial. And moreover, the needs and rights of the victim of THB should be at the core of the actions taken.

FLOW. FLOWS OF ILLICIT FUNDS AND VICTIMS OF LABOUR TRAFFICKING: UNCOVERING THE COMPLEXITIES
This project was funded by the European Union’s Internal Security Fund — Police

The FLOW project promotes a holistic approach to the prevention and investigation of trafficking in human beings (THB) in conjunction with economic crime and engages businesses in the prevention of THB.
THB is an end result of complex interconnections between unsustainable business practices, organized crime, corruption and illicit flows. When tackling this nexus understanding these connections, and cooperation between business, law enforcement and labour inspectors is crucial. And moreover, the needs and rights of the victim of THB should be at the core of the actions taken.

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FLOW project presentation by HEUNI, 4.10.18

  1. 1. FLOW KICK-OFF MEETING: Structure, timetable, responsibilities for each WP Anniina Jokinen 4 October, 2018
  2. 2. Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Bulgaria + study trip in Brussels PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES PROJECT GEOGRAPHY
  3. 3. RESULTS Improved capacity of LEAs to investigate THB and to identify victims Improved cooperation between police and labour inspectors Businesses understand risks ofTHB in supply chains Businesses include prevention of THB in CSR policies Better victim identification
  4. 4. 8 Keep in touch. europeaninstituteheuni heuni_institute heuni.fi Photo credit: Autumn in Lapland by Julia Kivelä

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