Agnes de Coll’s record of commitment to human rights and counter trafficking efforts includes positions as a manager, a researcher and an advocate. During her work she respond and fight for legal changes and modifications and provides expertise on policy making at NRM and raise awareness by media representation. As an anti-trafficking program manager of her NGO she coordinates shelters’ work, escort actions, repatriation and reintegration of VoTs. She works in cooperation with the Hungarian National Bureau of Investigation, International Office of Migration (IOM), National Police Headquarters, Embassies, Consulates, Ministry of Interior, national and European NGOs and police offices internationally in the field of anti-trafficking.
She also lectures at trainings and workshops in the field of THB for social workers, children unit professionals, educators, consuls, prosecutors, judges and police officers. As the only civil member of the NRM, coordinated by the Ministry of Interior, and member and lecturer in several different international projects partnering with NGOs and universities gives her the opportunity to advocate for victims’ rights. Besides her regular tasks, she works in groups and individually with trafficked teenagers in juvenile correction centres and special foster homes for “missing” teens in Hungary. During her international work, she launched trafficking prevention program for girls in Haiti. Her special commitment is to protect and help trafficked victims towards a life of freedom.
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