This document is a European strategy report on the eradication of trafficking in human beings.
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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 mission of the Ethnocultural Diversity Resource Center is to contribute to the construction of democracy in Romania, by improving the country’s interethnic climate and promoting the principles of ethnocultural peace and justice.
The overall objective of the NGO Fund in Romania is “Strengthened civil society development and enhanced contribution to social justice, democracy and sustainable development”. The Programme will contribute to the overall objectives of the EEA Financial Mechanism to reduce economic and social disparities in the European Economic Area and to strengthen bilateral relations between Romania…
Since 1999, Reaching Out Romania has worked with victims of human trafficking and sexual exploitation. During this time they have assisted over 470 victims, mostly Romanian women and girls who have been enslaved and abused in European countries. Victims are referred to us by the police, Child Protection Department and NGO’s from destination countries. However,…
The Roma Women Association in Romania (RAWR) is a non-governmental organization active operating in human rights protection and social inclusion since 1996. Its mission is to defend the rights of Roma women and provide support for the development and expression of ethnic, cultural, linguistic and religious identity of its members.
Romani CRISS is a non-governmental organization established on April 4th, 1993, which defends and promotes the rights of Roma in Romania by providing legal assistance in cases of abuse and works to combat and prevent racial discrimination against Roma in all areas of public life, including the fields of education, employment, housing and health.