The Alliance against Trafficking in Persons is a platform for advocacy and co-operation that includes international and civil society organizations and is co-ordinated by the OSCE Office of the Special Representative and Co-ordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings. The Alliance was launched in 2004 to combine the efforts of all its partners and improve synergies behind the common goal of preventing and combating human trafficking.
Identifying effective ways to improve the
prosecution of trafficking in human beings
(THB) and deliver justice to victims was the
focus of the 20th High-Level Alliance Conference against Trafficking in Persons. During
three days, State representatives, survivors
of trafficking in human beings, international
and non-governmental organizations and
academic experts discussed challenges and
opportunities to enhance the investigation
and prosecution of trafficking in human beings in the OSCE region.