Nordic-Baltic Pilot Project: Trafficking in Women for Sexual Exploitation (2008)

A Pilot Project, including NGOs and government agencies from the eight Nordic
and Baltic countries, working together to develop the best possible models to
support and assist women who are trafficked, placing the needs of women at the
centre of all activities.

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The “Nordic-Baltic Pilot Project” is a three year programme launched in 2005 to
strengthen cooperation and to develop concrete activities to support and assist
women victims of trafficking for sexual exploitation in the Nordic Baltic region.As
an integral part of the project, the Nordic Baltic Network comprising of NGOs and
government agencies was set up in 2006, to work together to strengthen support
and assistance to women victims of trafficking in all eight participating countries:
Denmark,Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania,Norway and Sweden.
The Nordic-Baltic Project is co-ordinated by the EuropeanWomen’s Lobby, by
appointment of the Nordic-Baltic Taskforce against trafficking in human beings.
The pilot phase of the project is funded by the Nordic countries over a three-year
period (2005-2008).

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