Thousands of kilometres from home, exploited and unprotected, victims of human trafficking have gone through countless horrors. Without careful planning, journalists wanting to tell their stories can re-victimise those already traumatised or potentially put them in serious danger. So, how do you put people at the centre of reporting while safeguarding sources? In this session, we’ll hear from four journalists who have investigated human trafficking across Europe.

You will come away from this session with improved knowledge of how to approach victims of human trafficking as well as other traumatic crimes. This will not only improve the outcomes and impact of your reporting but protect those who are most important and most vulnerable - your sources.