The Eritrean Initiative on Refugee’s Rights mission is to advocate on Eritrean refugee, asylum and human rights issues, and also collaborate with leading international refugee and human rights organizations, with leading news outlets, and with Eritrea-specific European organizations in their reporting and advocacy efforts.
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A report that seeks to provide a frank and accurate assessment of the technical aspects of the Government of Bahrain’s implementation of its 2nd Cycle UPR recommendations. It assesses the effect of the implementation in resolving the major political and human rights challenges that exist, thereby also evaluating efforts to implement the spirit of the recommendations.
The Arab Charter on Human Rights (ACHR) was adopted by the Council of the League of Arab States on 22 May 2004 and affirms the principles contained in the UN Charter, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenants on Human Rights and the Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam.
The Solidarity Center is a non-profit international worker rights organization that assists workers around the world who are struggling to achieve safe and healthy workplaces, family-supporting wages, social protections and a voice on the job. Most of all, the Solidarity Center assists workers around the world in building shared prosperity in the global economy and…
Acting for Women in Distressing Situations (ASEFIP) Cambodia works to care for and secure the rights of those victimized by human trafficking and sex slavery, and to successfully rehabilitate and reintegrate survivors into mainstream society through financial independence in a sustainable and innovative manner. AFESIP Cambodia also seeks to combat the causes and consequences of…
This document is a European strategy report on the eradication of trafficking in human beings.
This publication constitutes the second working paper at the EU level on statistics on trafficking in human beings and contains data for the years 2010, 2011 and 2012.
The project Parliamentarians Against Human Trafficking aims to develop a European network of parliamentarians working to combat human trafficking in order to promote and develop cross-border cooperation and mutual understanding. The project will complement and stimulate national-level anti-trafficking activities, such as legal reform and victim support. The project aims to directly reach 100 parliamentarians across 15 countries, and 1,000 indirectly through the participating parliamentarians reporting back to national parliaments. The project will conclude with focal point contacts on human trafficking in at least eight national parliaments. Countries involved include Bulgaria, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania and the UK.
The Counseling Center engages in activities of prevention and combatting trafficking, including services of social, legal, psychological, medical, guidance for emergency shelter; and information and education campaigns. This website is in Romanian.