our Partners

Contact our partners

Our services around the world. Information and contact details for Red Cross and Red Crescent anti-trafficking services where you are.

We work in partnership with the Netherlands Red Cross, the Croatian Red Cross, France Terre d’Asile, Ashiana and Hestia. The hub was created with input from these project partners, our colleagues in the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, and other partners in the sector. It is currently maintained by the British Red Cross and is part of a two-year project funded by the European Commission’s Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund.

We hope that the hub will continue to grow with more information, materials and resources. Your ideas and suggestions are always appreciated. So if you want to contribute, or to give feedback, then please get in touch through our Contact us page.


Australia

The Australian Red Cross' response to human trafficking and forced marriage involves complex case management, awareness raising and advocacy, and working in collaboration with communities and service providers to develop context-specific responses.

Croatia

The Croatian Red Cross’s anti-trafficking programme provides education and awareness raising activities, direct assistance and protection to adult victims of trafficking, and works in collaboration with agencies and institutions to develop responses. CRC is a co-chair of the Action for Trafficked Persons’ network.

Montenegro

The Red Cross of Montenegro provides prevention and awareness raising activities among vulnerable communities and in elementary and high schools.

Netherlands

The Netherlands Red Cross provides legal-practical support to victims of trafficking during the residence permit procedures, evidence-based advocacy, capacity building of the sector and awareness on THB among migrants. The NLRC is a co-chair of the Action for Trafficked Persons’ network,

United Kingdom

The British Red Cross works in the UK and internationally to provide care, support and protection programmes to survivors of trafficking. BRC is also a co-chair of the Action for Trafficked Persons’ network.