About the OSCE
Since 2003, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) has a dedicated Office to help States combat, prevent and ultimately end human trafficking, the Office of the Special Representative and Co-ordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings.
Through technical assistance, capacity building, research, policy development and awareness raising, the Office of the Special Representative co-ordinates the OSCE’s efforts on every aspect of combating human trafficking: it supports States in identifying and protecting victims of trafficking, it helps design effective strategies to investigate and prosecute traffickers, and it formulates evidence-based policies to prevent human trafficking from taking place in the first place.
About Thomson Reuters
At Thomson Reuters, we leverage our proprietary data, technologies, and subject matter expertise to empower data for good in identifying individuals involved in human trafficking and facilitating justice for survivors. We are proud to work with organizations such as the OSCE to support the fight against human trafficking, by sharing best practices and identifying areas of collaboration. Our partnership reflects the power of public-private partnerships and how technology plays a key role in evolving our prevention, protection, and prosecution efforts in trafficking.