Caritas urges governments to increase efforts to protect the dignity and rights of trafficked people on the first ever World Day of Trafficking in Persons (30th July).
Caritas has fought labour exploitation for years, tracing trafficked children and providing them with reintegration support.
The anti-trafficking network COATNET will meet in Madrid next week to discuss trafficking for labour exploitation and domestic servitude. Moreover, members of the network will outline their common plan and collective actions for the coming years.
Caritas is providing aid after tens of thousands of Ethiopian migrant workers are expelled from Saudi Arabia