Mia Immelback is currently working with International Organization for Migration (IOM)’s Southern African Counter Trafficking Assistance Program (SACTAP) where her work partially revolves around facilitating monitoring and coordinating capacity building amongst civil society organizations. Moreover, throughout the “Programme of Assistance to the South African Government to Prevent and React to Human Trafficking”, she is conducting nationwide trainings with labour inspectors and providing them with skills to identify victims and perpetrators of trafficking for the purpose of labour exploitation, as well as assure that corrective measures are taken after detection. In addition to this Mia is involved in the development of audio visional material and campaigns for national and regional awareness raising and information dissemination on human trafficking. Mia is a Swedish national with a background Business Management and African Development Studies. Although raised and born in Sweden she has obtained her her BA in Business Management at the London School of Economics and her MSc in Development Studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies in the UK. She has spent the past two years in South Africa and was initially working with UNESCO’s Associated Schools Program Network, where she has spent the past two years in South Africa and was initially working with UNESCO’s Associated Schools Program Network, where she helped integrate human rights and anti xenophobic education amongst Zimbabwean and South African high schools.