COMBAT is a project that seeks, in full alignment with the legal and policy framework, to involve all the relevant hospitality and tourism stakeholders in the design of a preventive and remedial training toolkit. This will offer unique, practical, step-by-step guidance for tourism businesses to combat THB.
The project is funded by the EC Directorate of Home Affairs under the Internal Security Fund’s targeted call for Trafficking in Human Beings.
The project is coordinated by Oxford Brookes University in partnership with London School of Hospitality and Tourism, University of West London, the Multidimensional Tourism Institute, Lapland University of Applied Sciences, and Rațiu Foundation for Democracy.
More about the team.
- Involving and keeping constant contact with all relevant stakeholders
- Contextualization of the human trafficking phenomenon in the EU and designing an instrument for Risk Assessment Methodology
- Developing a monitoring and reporting system
- Developing the training toolkit
A detailed description of the project’s activities.
COMBAT outcomes will be available for download here.