The German Network and Coordination Office Against Trafficking In Human Beings or KOK is a registered non-profit organisation. The organisation engages on a regional, national and international level, fighting trafficking of women and promoting migrant’ rights.

Established by social workers in 1987 to support victims of trafficking, the NGO became an official organisation in 1999. It now supports 38 member organisations, including counseling centers for victims of trafficking, migrant focused projects, women’s shelters, counseling services for prostitutes and single women. The overarching goal of the organisations is to advocate effective and progressive measures to combat human rights violations against women.

Contact details KOK:

Hof 1, Aufgang A
10785 Berlin

Tel.: +49 / 30 / 263 911 76
Fax: +49 / 30 / 263 911 86


You can reach us: Monday to Thursday 09:30 am to 14:00 pm or according to agreement. KOK does not support individuals in emergency situations or need of counselling; their members do: see Specialised Counselling Centres | KOK gegen Menschenhandel (

PLEASE NOTE – victims of human trafficking can call 08000 116 016
This is the national helpline service run by the government –


Discover more organisations that are part of the La Strada International platform, the European Platform against trafficking in human beings.