The National Commission for the Coordination of Measures to Combat and Prevent Human Trafficking has launched an e-learning platform dedicated to training modules on human trafficking in Morocco, in partnership with the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
Developed within the framework of the “African Regional Program for Migration,” this platform comes in the wake of efforts made by the National Commission and the IOM, as a technical partner, to strengthen the capacities of institutional stakeholders and the civil society working in the field, as well as any other interested person.
The training, available through the link www.formationtraite.net, offers eight free e-learning modules on human trafficking in French and Arabic, a press release from the Commission says.
The modules are based on law 27-14 on combating human trafficking, the international legal standards enshrined in the Palermo Protocol, as well as various national and international principles and guidelines on the subject.
Thus, each learner will have the opportunity to complete the training modules at his or her own pace, regardless of time and place, and will receive certification from the National Commission and the IOM at the end of a final Quiz, the same source concludes.