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If you plan to go abroad to work, study or travel and would like to do it safely, then contact our specialists to share concerns and receive answers to your questions. People who’ve been abroad before and experienced there labour or sexual exploitation, violation of human rights or encountered human trafficking are welcome to contact us as well.

The goals of Human Trafficking prevention and Victim Assistance Hotline +372 6607 320 service are to inform people about opportunities, conditions, rules, and risks of work, study and marriage abroad, and to assist victims of trafficking in human beings. To achieve them, we provide following services and information:
  • free legal consultations on working agreements;
  • advice for people going abroad to work or study;
  • consequences of illegal employment;
  • how to avoid becoming a human trafficking victim;
  • contacts of NGOs abroad, that provide the help or consultations for victims;
  • contacts of governmental and non-governmental institutions involved in human trafficking fight and prevention in Estonia;
  • rules of entrance for Estonian citizens, persons without citizenship and foreigners living in Estonia to European Union member countries and other countries;
  • legislation of other countries concerning foreigners, migrants, trafficking in persons;
  • referral to services available for victims of human trafficking in Estonia.
Human Trafficking prevention and Victim Assistance Hotline +372 6607 320 service is FREE for everyone.
  • You can call us on weekdays from 10am to 6pm (at any other time you can leave a  message on answering machine and we will contact you);
  • It’s also possible to can send us an e-mail to;
  • Consultations are offered  in Estonian, Russian and English (partially in Finish, Polish and Ukrainian);
  • All consultations are anonymous and confidential.
NB!!! We do not cooperate with any private employment agencies, and do not recommend them! Private companies declaring cooperation with us mislead people.

NGO Living for Tomorrow offers Human Trafficking prevention and Victim Assistance Hotline +372 6607 320 service since October 2004.
In 2016 - 2018 Hotline Service is supported by the Ministry of Social Affairs of Estonia.
In 2013 – 2015 Hotline Service +372 6607 320 was supported by Norway Grants in frame of Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2009-2014 and the Ministry of Social Affairs of Estonia.
During 2006-2013 Service support was provided by the Ministry of Social Affairs of Estonia.
In 2004 and 2005 Service was supported by the US Embassy and the Netherlands Embassy in Estonia.

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