GFEMS Marks EU Anti-Trafficking Day
GFEMS engages partners in Europe on EU Anti-Trafficking Day, held annually on October 18 to raise awareness of human trafficking.
GFEMS met with members of Germany’s Parliament in Berlin to discuss the role of public-private partnership to end human trafficking and forced labor.
GFEMS also convened a public-private roundtable at the German Marshall Fund US. The discussion focused on understanding key challenges faced by the German government and companies in ongoing efforts to end forced labor and human trafficking and identifying public-private partnership opportunities.
GFEMS is committed to continued collaboration with partners around the world on a coherent global strategy to end modern slavery.