The conference “Prevention of Trafficking for Labour Exploitation in Supply Chains” was organized by the Office of the Special Representative and Co-ordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings (OSR/CTHB) in close co-operation with the German OSCE Chairmanship in Office (CiO), at the German Federal Foreign Office in Berlin on 7-8 September, 2016.

The overall objective of the project “Prevention of Trafficking in Human Beings in Supply Chains through Government Practice and Measures” is to provide participating States with practical tools to enact concrete measures to prevent human trafficking in supply chains, as well as build their capacity to implement these measures, thus protecting human rights through good governance.

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