Ac.Sé NationSeptember 2015al Network for the Assistance & Protection of Human Trafficking

Ac.Sé NationSeptember 2015al Network for the Assistance & Protection of Human Trafficking

 

The Ac.Sé National Network for the Assistance & Protection of Trafficking Victims, founded in 2001 by the Association ALC which handles its administration, is a network of 70 shelters & NGOs throughout France. It is funded by the Ministry for Women’s Rights, the Ministry of Justice and the Municipality of Paris.

Ac.Sé aims at protecting and assisting human trafficking victims at risk at their current address by providing them safe accommodation, support and the opportunity to relocate elsewhere in France.

It also manages a resource centre for professionals, providing information and advice on the issues related to human trafficking. The Head Office organises workshops on common issues facing Ac.Sé partners and also multidisciplinary workshops for social workers, law enforcement officers and members of the Justice Department.

The Ac.Sé Network promotes public awareness of Human Trafficking (Exit-MTV Foundation et Not My Life WorldWide distribution) and participates in EU initiatives.

 

The project started in 2001 and is still running.
Last review: September 2015.