During the seminar, trainers form Greece, Cyprus, Italy, and Portugal (the four partner countries), had the opportunity to be introduced to the workings and the outcomes of the project, through a full-day transnational seminar.

Through a blend of presentations on the central methodological elements for the development of integrated and multi-sectoral strategies of prevention and protection against child trafficking and exploitation, and a series of interactive exercises, the facilitators of the seminar managed to exhibit the overall purpose and objectives of the project to the participants. This seminar, gave the chance to the seminar facilitators to share the underlying theoretical assumptions in regards to the implementation of the IMPACT model with the national trainers. Furthermore, the seminar offered the opportunity to test out the IMPACT model in relation to the participants’ professional, as well as personal experiences.