On 21 May 2019 our colleagues at Amaranta Fundación de Solidaridad commenced teaching the Professional Association of Social Workers in Madrid, an introduction to the course on the Detection of Victims of Human Trafficking.
This initiative promoted by the Community in Madrid within the framework of its Anti-Trafficking Strategy, is giving Amaranta the opportunity to train different Professional Associations in the field of social issues and specifically, to help frontline workers detect and play their part in prevention and combatting Human Trafficking.
Last week Amaranta Fundación de Solidaridad concluded its training with the Professional College of Educators and Social Educators. This was a joint training activity in conjunction with the Esperanza Adoratrices Project , which facilitates face-to-face praxis, thereby making the online part of the training more dynamic.
Congratulations to our colleagues, on wonderful work to inform, train and enable as many as possible to play their part in the work to combat human trafficking.
Prepared by Anne Kelleher, RENATE Communications.