"They Have a Name” project was created in order to meet long-term CBSS priorities which are critical to enhancing societal security and safety in the Baltic Sea Region. Specifically, the project aims at addressing human rights violations in trade for the purpose of forced labor, sexual slavery, or commercial sexual exploitation for the trafficker or others. Project activities will contribute to combating all forms of human trafficking in the Baltic Sea Region - Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Such activities will combine NFE methods and creative, self reflective activities to boost participants’ critical thinking, leadership, resiliency, mindfulness, and problem-solving skills. Furthermore, it will strengthen the connection between organisations working in the field of anti-trafficking and provide them an opportunity to exchange best practices. Taking everything into account, the implementation of the project “They Have a Name” will address one of the critical priorities of the CBSS, representing an important opportunity for Baltic partner organisations to improve social resilience to crises and risks by ensuring proper prevention, preparedness, response, and rehabilitation. Furthermore, it will ease the social inclusion of human trafficking victims and organisations working with them will be able to provide appropriate emotional support.