Report on the End-user requirements

Achieving an effective and efficient multi-stakeholder engagement between various public authorities, the private sector and civil society organisations on the one side, as well as strengthening the cross-border and transnational collaboration between law enforcement agencies, are among the most important objectives of the ERADICATING project.

The current report “Preparation phase – Training design and end user requirements” contributed to these objectives by presenting a total of 8 use case scenarios (real but anonymised cases provided by LEAs from Bulgaria, Germany and Greece) in the field of Trafficking in Human Beings and Child Sexual Exploitation. These case scenarios outline the current landscape situation around these issues aiming to identify main challenges, gaps, and novel areas, while beyond that additionally focusing on multi-stakeholder engagement, intra-national, cross-sectional, as well as cross-border cooperation.


Read the full report here.