Created in 1994, the CCEM denounces all forms of slavery throughout the world. It has become a reference in the fight against human trafficking for labour exploitation. The mandate of the CCEM includes victims of trafficking for the purpose of forced begging or for the purpose of coercion to commit crimes. The CCEM accompanies the victims, mostly women or girls in domestic servitude, but also men trafficked for economic purposes in the construction, catering, trade, crafts, small businesses or agriculture sectors. It provides them with comprehensive social, legal and administrative support. These situations can be found in all socio-economic backgrounds, from disadvantaged suburbs, rural areas, privileged circles to diplomatic representations, but remain little known by public opinion. The CCEM also acts to raise awareness among professionals and the general public and to enforce legislation.
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