KOBRA - The Central Coordination and Advisory Centre for victims of human trafficking

KOBRA - The Central Coordination and Advisory Centre for victims of human trafficking

 

The Central Coordination and Advisory Centre for victims of human trafficking (KOBRA) was founded on 1st September 1997 as a project of the registered association Phoenix. KOBRA is responsible for the entire federal state of Lower Saxony and is financed in large part by the State Ministry of Social Affairs, Health Care and Equalization. KOBRA is an independent, non-governmental project. Our clients will be supported and stabilized in their personal life situations with all our options. Our support is anonym, free of charge, on voluntary basis and independent of the victim’s willingness to cooperate with law enforcement agencies.

The aim of KOBRA is to improve the actual and legal situation of trafficking victims and to implement political and legal measures for them and against human trafficking on regional, supra-regional and national level. KOBRA pursues this aim by activities of coordination and advisory.

 

The project started in 1997 and is still running.
Last review: December 2014.