The Danish Centre against Human Trafficking

The Centre is composed of a multidisciplinary team and is responsible for coordinating the nationwide social assistance.

The Danish Centre against Human Trafficking was established in 2007 and is part of the National Board of Social Services. It represents the core of the nationwide social efforts combating human trafficking under the National Action Plan, which is coordinated by the Ministry of Gender Equality.

The Centre is composed of a multidisciplinary team ensuring coordination and development of the nationwide social efforts to victims of trafficking and involved parties. In case of suspicion, the Centre identifies and detects signs of human trafficking. Furthermore, it offers assistance, support, and counselling to potential victims of human trafficking as well as outreach services to massage parlors through mobile health services.

Education and training

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It is part of the Centre’s mandate to educate and train relevant actors in the field to be able to identify and detect signs of human trafficking.

Throughout the years, The Danish Centre against Human Trafficking has trained judges, prosecutors, investigators, the Danish Working Environment Authority, the Danish Tax Agency and other actors and collaborators such as NGOs.

 

 

 

Suspicion of human trafficking? Call us 
+45
70 20 25 50

Hotline and contact to the Centre

The Hotline is the most accessible way to reach a staff member. The hotline can provide you with knowledge and guidelines if you are a victim of human trafficking or if you are witnessing a person who is a potential victim of human trafficking.

The official email address to the Danish Centre against Human Trafficking is Please note that if you need to send confidential material you have to contact the above email official address before you send any the confidential information.

Sidst opdateret 18/12 2019