In the next two years, 300 police officers and specialists from social services in Iași, Vaslui and Botoșani counties will be trained in combating human trafficking. The foreigners included in the Romanian labour market and the companies will benefit from a code of conduct and a code of ethics for preventing human trafficking.
The novelty brought by this project is the elaboration of a code of conduct for third country nationality employees and a code of ehitcs for companies for preventing human trafficking. The creation of these codes will be mediated by specialists in preventing and combating human trafficking from Alternative Sociale Association and Instituto de Formacion Integral from Spain. At the ned of the project, a set of recommendations will be created for reducing the vulnerability of third country nationals to human trafficking. They will be diseminated to international agencies which fight against human trafficking. These recommendations will be created with the support of an expert from the Huddersfield University from Great Britain.
The project is implemented by Alternative Sociale Association in partnership with Instituto de Formacion Integral Spain, Iași, Vaslui and Botoșani Counties Police Inspectorates, National Agency against Trafficking in Persons - Iaşi Regional Center, Iaşi Territorial Border Police Inspectorate, Initial and Continuous Training School for Iaşi Border Police Personnel, Iaşi, Businessmen's Association and Malya Travel.