Specialized trainings manuals will be developed for lawyers and professionals working in Reception Centres and will be available in English, Greek, Italian, Bulgarian and German.  They will include a curriculum, methods of work, training modules, objectives and outcomes. They will be available in English, Greek, Italian, Bulgarian and German.

Each project partner will provide trainings to lawyers and professionals working in Reception Centres. In Greece, KMOP will implement two trainings for professionals working in Reception Centres in two islands, and two trainings for lawyers; one in Athens and one through an existing webinar platform so as to target lawyers living in other cities. In Bulgaria, Animus will implement two training for professionals in Reception Centres and one training for lawyers in Sofia. In Germany, SOLWODI will implement two trainings; one in Regensburg and one in Bonn for professionals in Reception Centres, as well as two trainings for lawyers; one in Bonn and one in Regensburg. In Italy, DD will implement four trainings for professionals working in Reception Centres and two trainings for lawyers in Rome.

To fine-tune the training manuals, Lessons Learnt reports will be drafted in each country following the implementation of the trainings based on participants’ and trainers’ feedback.   A Synthesis Lessons Learnt Report will analyse the common training challenges and achievements.

An online e-learning tool will be created based on each country’s trainers’ manual. The modules will be created in digital format to make them more accessible to a larger number of professionals at national and EU level.

Based on the existing online platform in Italy, the project will support Bulgaria to create such a platform, which will include referral mechanisms, service mapping, guidelines, relevant reports, tools and other materials for members to assess, in order to facilitate the adequate referral of victims and people at risk to the existing services.

Four digital toolkits will be created or updated, one in each country. The toolkits will include digital libraries, service mapping, referral mechanisms and guidelines on how to use them but also relevant reports, tools and any other interesting material for members to access.

 А Guide presenting specific cases and the way they were supported will be created. It will enrich the existing resources on anti-trafficking support mechanisms as most of the victims of trafficking face multiple vulnerabilities. This is a much-needed tool since most of the times Public Support Systems (e.g., services provision) only focus on one specific condition/type of vulnerability (e.g., alcohol/drug use, mental health issues, asylum seeker status, LGBTQ status) disregarding the complexity and multi-variable/multi-disciplinary approach that needs to be adopted in order for the victim to receive appropriate support. In the Guide a holistic approach to support victims, which takes into consideration the intersections of multiple vulnerabilities will be proposed.