Combating trafficking in persons has been a crucial IOM programme in Georgia since 2000. IOM’s engagement focuses on all 4 P principles, with our efforts ranging from protection, capacity building for effective prosecution, prevention and partnership with NGOs and other partners in the international community.
Prevention is better than cure, and with that logic IOM carries out information campaigns in Georgia to inform the general public about trafficking in persons, encourage people to report suspected cases, and empower vulnerable populations with the information necessary to better protect themselves from the recruitment tactics of traffickers.
For more information take a look at the below videos or call the following numbers:
IOM hotline: 2913461
State Fund: 116 006
Criminal Police Department: 2411 714