Partnership with Belgium

<em>Egmont Palace, Brussels, lit up blue to commemorate World Day Against Trafficking in Persons on 30 July 2021.</em>
Egmont Palace, Brussels, lit up blue to commemorate World Day Against Trafficking in Persons on 30 July 2021.

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UNODC and Belgium join efforts in strengthening international cooperation in combating illicit drug trafficking and organised crime. 

Belgium is the leading contributor to the UN Voluntary Trust Fund for Victims of Trafficking in Persons (UNVTF) that assists victims through its global network of civil society organisations. Since adopting the Blue Heart Campaign in 2019, every year, the Government of Belgium has led the national Campaign to mark the World Day against Trafficking in Person 

Belgium provided a financial contribution to UNODC-led work on addressing corruption risks that impact the environment and strengthening financial investigations in target countries in Central Africaand the Sahel region 

<em>Our Executive Director Ms. Ghada Waly and Director General for Multilateral Affairs and Globalisation of the Belgian Foreign Ministry Axel Kenes.</em>
Our Executive Director Ms. Ghada Waly and Director General for Multilateral Affairs and Globalisation of the Belgian Foreign Ministry Axel Kenes.