During the meeting, FRA presented its severe forms of labour exploitation project. It was an opportunity for FRA to raise awareness about the project among national rapporteurs and to gain support from them. Each Member State must nominate a national rapporteur under the EU's trafficking directive. The meeting was also attended by representatives from the International Organization for Migration, the UN's refugee agency and the International Centre for Migration Policy Development.
Combating human trafficking and severe forms of labour exploitation
The EU's Anti-Trafficking Coordinator invited FRA to talk to national trafficking rapporteurs on 2-3 October in Brussels during one of their regular Commission-led meetings.