The European Commission Office of the EU Anti-Trafficking Coordinator has informed Member States that a call within which the topic “Support for victims of trafficking in human beings” has just been opened.

Based on the 2017 Communication and on the findings and identified patterns of the European Commission second progress report, which includes information from the member states, relevant EU Agencies, civil society and relevant reports by international organisations, this topic aims at strengthening relevant stakeholders in transnational context with regard to the implementation of the EU Anti-trafficking Directive.


The projects financed under this priority should achieve the following outcomes:

  • Improve the identification, situation, integration of third country national victims of trafficking in human beings in cities/regions/rural areas and in high risk sectors involved in the projects and demonstrate how transnational action contribute in this regard;
  • Improve transnational cooperation between local and regional authorities and civil society for the identification, integration, as well as voluntary and safe return of third-country national victims of trafficking and for finding durable solutions for child victims;
  • Develop practical approaches, tools and guidelines, by building on results of past projects when relevant and appropriate.

Please note that the deadline to submit proposals is on 30 January 2020 at 17:00 Brussels time.

Submit your proposal here

The call for proposal is available here.

You can find all information on the topic at this link.