ECPAT Luxembourg, a non-profit association fighting against the sexual exploitation of children, has announced they are organising a "MUKTI" evening, to support survivors of human trafficking in India, on Thursday 14 December 2023 at 18:00 at Abbaye de Neumünster in Luxembourg-Grund.

The event is dedicated to the empowerment of survivors of human trafficking in India and will take place in the Edmund Dune Hall of Abbaye de Neumünster (neimënster). It will highlight the leadership of survivors and their economic reintegration. The Grand Duchess of Luxembourg will attend the MUKTI evening (which means “freedom” in Hindi).

A delegation of five adult survivors from India and Nepal will share their journeys to empowerment. ECPAT emphasised its goal to ensure the safety and absolute consent of participants to guarantee a respectful and favourable environment for exchange. This awareness-raising event is intended to help break the silence around human trafficking and sexual exploitation, aiming to provide a better understanding from the perspective of survivors.

MUKTI is a cross-border project to combat human trafficking in India, Nepal and Bangladesh, co-financed by Luxembourg’s Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs.


From 18:00 to 18:30, the artist Julia Fromm and Indian and Nepalese survivors will create a visual and interactive experience to reimagine the future of survivors towards their freedom and empowerment.

From 18:30 to 19:39, there will be a round table discussion with the survivors. The will share their journeys of healing and transformation while discussing their demands. They will be interacting directly with the public.

The evening will be followed by a light aperitif.

The event is in French and English. It is free of charge and open to the public. To register, contact