More than 35 participants from Bulgaria took part in the in-presence meeting which is part of RAPVITE project (www.rapvite.eu) supported by Daphne Program of the EU.
The participants were representatives of Bulgarian judicial system, non-governmental sector, social services, and State institutions working on human issues related to prevention of human trafficking. They are trainees in distance learning course within the project. The training modules were launched simultaneously in Bulgaria, Belgium, France and Italy in April 2011. The Bulgarian group consists of 120 people and is the biggest one. By the end of December 2011 they will receive a certificate of completion of the course by the partner Institution University of Ca Foscari, Venice.
Partners from the project countries – Italy, France, and Belgium made presentations on actual issues as integration of immigrants, modern labor slavery and about the results from a comparative European study on human trafficking. Special guests at the event were the representatives of the embassies of Belgium and Finland.