The head of the Secretariat against Sexual Violence, Exploitation and Trafficking in Persons (Svet), Sandy Recinos, participated in the Fifth Dialogue on Trafficking organized by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), in Washington DC, in which she shared experiences of the institution.
Recinos addressed the topic Strategic alliances with the private sector to combat human traffickingwhere he highlighted good practices and incentives to ensure that business people play an active role in controlling these crimes.
He also talked about the national challenges to form these alliances, to be identified as key actors for the joint approach to this phenomenon, in harmony with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The official also referred to the work carried out in the country, as part of the public policy of prevention.
The IDB develops the Model Project for the strengthening of institutional capacities of the security and justice sector to respond to human trafficking in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), with a gender and digital approach.