Financial assistance to organisations and projects that are committed to fighting human trafficking
On 1 January 2014, the Ordinance on Measures to Prevent Criminal Offences in Connection with Human Trafficking (Anti-Human Trafficking Ordinance) came into force. The Ordinance allows the federal authorities to become more involved in combating human trafficking by carrying out or providing financial support for preventive measures. The regulation also allows the federal authorities to provide financial assistance to organisations and projects that are committed to fighting human trafficking and, for example, are active in victim care.
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