• Raise awareness and promote education for the respect of human rights
  • Train and develop research to prevent human trafficking
  • Share best practices against human trafficking
  • Bring together internationally renowned experts
  • Participate in international events on trafficking and human rights
  • Encourage survivors of human trafficking and those working in the field


About us

The Henry Dunant University College Foundation, based in Geneva in the heart of the international community, organizes courses to promote respect for the dignity of the human person and prevent human trafficking.

Our training tools

1. Our online courses

2. Our webinars

3. Best practices


4. Our next events

5. Register for our next webinars


50 million victims of contemporary slavery - 12 million children are victims of contemporary slavery - 71% are girls and women - 27.16 million victims of forced labor - 22 million victims of forced marriage - 6.3 million victims of sexual exploitation

human trafficking

“Human trafficking is an ignored crime because it affects marginalized people, and we all benefit from this crime somewhere.”

Kevin Hyland OBE, the first independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner for the UK Government

CUHD data

  • 25 international webinars on human trafficking

    All webinars and transcripts are available in 7 languages
  • 62 leading speakers and international experts

    1700 live participants from over 130 countries
  • Thousands of participants in our on-demand video webinars

    840 students enrolled in our online course for helpers

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    online training

    Training is essential for governments and civil society to become aware of and implement the tools to fight the scourge of human trafficking.

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