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Migri to monitor assistance system for human trafficking victims

Published : 21 May 2024, 03:00

  DF Report
File Photo: Ministry of the Interior.

The Finnish Immigration Service ( Migri) has set up a programme for monitoring the activities of the assistance system for victims of human trafficking, said Migri in a press release on Monday.

This is the first monitoring programme ever implemented for the assistance system for victims of human trafficking.

The assistance system for victims of human trafficking is an international specialist authority in matters related to human trafficking and combatting it.

The task of the system is to provide support to victims of human trafficking and guidance on matters related to human trafficking. The assistance system operates as part of the Finnish Immigration Service.

‘The programme describes the principles, objectives and practices of the steering and monitoring. The purpose is to use the programme to assess and further develop the steering and monitoring,’ said Head of Section Olli Snellman.

As part of its monitoring, the Migri requires that the assistance system for victims of human trafficking monitors its own activities. The Migri supports the system in this work and has provided the system with instructions for implementing self-monitoring and drafting a self-monitoring plan.

The self-monitoring plan described how the assistance system for victims of human trafficking ensures that its activities are appropriate.

The plan also describes how the assistance system identifies, prevents and corrects any errors found in its activities and any situations that pose a risk to the success of the activities.