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RENATE recording for 8 February 2021 (launch on 7th)

 

Don’t forget to log into RENATE’s events page www.renateevents.net for news of RENATE’s latest video recording, prepared for the occasion of the 8 February, the International Day of Prayer and Awareness against Human Trafficking.

The central theme of the video recording is ‘’An Economy without Human Trafficking,’’ with input on various aspects of RENATE’s anti-human trafficking work.

The video will be launched on YouTube at 18:00 (GMT) 7 February next, by way of an evening vigil on the eve of the feast of St. Bakhita, the patron saint of all who are trafficked.

Looking forward to your joining us then!

U.S. Catholic Sisters against Human Trafficking: STOP Trafficking Newsletter – January 2021

 

’Climate change is one of the causes of poverty and forced migration, which make people vulnerable to human trafficking…’’ 

The stark headline of the January 2021 issue of STOP Trafficking anti-Human Trafficking Newsletter sets out the theme of this month’s edition of the Newsletter, which not only informs about the consequences of climate change on the most vulnerable but also highlights the distinctions between refugees who are displaced due to natural disasters created by climate change and all other refugees.  Under current international refugee agreements, people displaced by environmental disasters do not qualify for international aid or protection under the 1951 Refugee Convention…thereby rendering them vulnerable to  traffickers.

Read about the story of Dahia, sold by traffickers into prostitution in Somalia.

The Newsletter cites several country narratives from the Annual Trafficking in Persons Report (2020)  linking human trafficking and natural disasters (Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Vanuatu).

Under the heading of Advocacy, there is a comprehensive feature on vulnerabilities after a natural disaster, including reference to refugee camps and labour trafficking. 

And finally, ACTION and what can be done, features on the closing pages of the Newsletter.

A MUST read!

To access the Newsletter: https://sistersagainsttrafficking.org/stop-trafficking-newsletter/

Contre La Traite Des Êtres Humains – December 2020 Newsletter

 

Child Victims of Trafficking and Migration Policies, is the central theme of the December edition of the Newsletter. The publication exposes the reality whereby countries  signed up to the International Convention on the Rights of the Child, promising to protect the best interests of the child, may not in fact, be fully living up to their obligations in this regard.  

This newsletter holds a spotlight up to France specifically and explores topics such as Isolated minors without protection; Migration policies creating insecurity; how separated families can expose minors to exploitation; difficulties in accessing education; cases where the duty to protect minors is not adhered to; the imprisonment -not protection- of exploited minors and how difficult it is for minors who are victims of trafficking, to access protection. 

To read the Newsletter: http://contrelatraite.org/exploitation_enfants

International Webinars on Human Trafficking in the Light of “Laudato Si” & “Fratelli Tutti” Encyclicals.

 

A series of four webinars considering perspectives on Human Trafficking in the light of the encyclicals Laudato ‘Si and Fratelli Tutti, have been taking place over a number of dates in October and November, 2020, with the next webinar to be screened 8 December.

The webinars are a collaborative process, organised by the Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd (OLCGS), in collaboration with Collège Universitaire Henry Dunant, the Sovereign Order of Malta to monitor, combat human trafficking and Christus Liberat.

The webinars cover aspects of the overall theme, with a specific focus selected for each individual webinar and are informed by speakers from a cross-section of international, experienced practitioners.

To view the webinars already recorded, please find the dates and links below.

20 October 2020: ‘’Religious Helping Trafficking Victims along the Road to Recovery.’’

https://www.bigmarker.com/cuhd-coll-ge-universitaire/HT-Religous-Orders?bmid=3955f2dbdbed

27 October 2020:  ‘’Religious Working in International Advocacy against Human Trafficking.’’

https://www.bigmarker.com/cuhd-coll-ge-universitaire/RELIGIOUS-WORKING-IN-INTERNATIONAL-ADVOCACY-AGAINST-HUMAN-TRAFFICKING?bmid=3955f2dbdbed

1 December 2020: ‘’The impact of Human Trafficking on Health:- Trauma.’’   https://www.bigmarker.com/cuhd-coll-ge-universitaire/Impact-Of-Human-Trafficking-On-Health-Trauma?bmid=c3d6b214643f

8 December will see the fourth in the series of webinars, focusing on the theme ‘’ The impact of Human Trafficking on Health:- Healing.’’

To register:   https://adlaudatosi.org/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=reminder_tuesday_december_8_human_trafficking_webinars_on_trauma_and_healing&utm_term=2020-12-02

** Subtitled translations (Chinese, Dutch, French, Japanese, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, Russian) of the webinars are available at:  https://adlaudatosi.org

Report on the RENATE Training ”Advocacy, Communication & the SDGs

 

RENATE Training ‘’Advocacy, Communication and the SDGs.’’

26-30 October 2020.

45 RENATE members attended a week-long training event, encompassing the themes ‘Advocacy,’ ‘Communication’ and the Sustainable Development Goals as they pertain to Human Trafficking.

Comprising various pedagogical approaches to optimise the online platform, the tutors Edlira Gjoni (PhD in Communications; Post-graduate studies in Sweden and USA) 

and Sara Capaliku ( BA in Law and MA in European Studies) provided an excellent week’s training which left participants eager to put all the learning into action.

Content covered during the week ranged from dimensions of Advocacy such as; Effective approaches to human trafficking awareness-raising; how to go from policy to action (act and impact); the importance of mapping, planning and using ‘Big Data’. The Complete Communications Toolkit was especially helpful, as participants engaged in discussions and activities which helped consolidate the learning during the week. Practical communication tips were well-received, as were the details on how to draft Press Releases and how to communicate effectively through and with multi-media.

The specific module on the SDGs took a look at Human Trafficking through the lens of SDGs 1, 3, 5, 8.7 and 16 and also wove together the work of the preceding days as Sara’s content ranged from Slavery to sustainability with Advocacy as the driving force.

A highlight of the week was input from Mirjam Beike, OLCGS, NGO representative at the Un Strasbourg, who shared insights into the workings of the UN ; what actions are currently under way at the UN to combat Human Trafficking and how RENATE can  work collaboratively with other organisations to ensure the realisation of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda.

Recordings of the week are available to RENATE members on the members’ area of the RENATE website and all materials shared during the week’s training will be made available on the Member’s area of the RENATE website.

www.renate-europe.net

Report on the RENATE Trailer event on Sunday evening 18 October

 

RENATE webinar on the occasion of 18 October 2020:- RENATE Film Festival Trailer event.

RENATE members, friends and colleagues gathered online, Sunday 18 October 2020, to mark the European Day against Human Trafficking by launching a trailer of the RENATE Film Festival, which is scheduled to take place on 12 September 2021, at the BAFTA Centre, London, UK.

Imelda Poole, IBVM, President RENATE Europe and Julie Etchingham, Journalist, Presenter and Reporter for ITV News at Ten, opened the hour-long event, giving the background to the purpose of the Film Festival and Film Competition, as being a dynamic means to raise Human Trafficking awareness across as wide a demographic as possible.

Ana Stakaj, CEO Mary Ward Loreto Albania, presented an overall perspective on the Film Festival and Film Competition, inviting participation from youths aged 16-14, in the creation of ‘’shorts’’ with a view to highlighting consciousness about anti-human trafficking.

Ada Brachou, Ph.D researcher gave a news update on the latest statistics on Human trafficking across Europe and the key challenges to surmount.

Annie Bannister, Ana Stakaj and Rachel Sweetman shared snippets of films which will be screened at the Film Festival and Simon Teague gave a most helpful overview of the structure of film festival and how to prepare further submissions for the Film Competition.

Imelda held an open conversation with 3 other RENATE members (Ada Brachou, Claudia Conroy & Annie Bannister), on the concerns for raising as much awareness as possible about  human trafficking, amongst the younger population, who are becoming increasingly vulnerable due to online exposure during this time of COVID-19 pandemic.

For those of us who have never been to the BAFTA Centre, it was fascinating to see a short overview of the BAFTA building and RSA building where event will be held and whetted our appetites for the opportunity to enter the Film Competition and attend the Film Festival next year!

We look forward to your participation in the Film Competition and encourage your engagement and support.

To review the YouTube recording of the event: https://youtu.be/6JRwHMKNY7A

Full details of the Film Festival event & competition at: www.renateevents.net

Launch of a collaborative project – from Shawn Kohl, IJM.

 

Officials of the US State Department, the Romanian Government and the IJM, at the launch of a new Trafficking in Persons Project, Romania, November 2020.

RENATE members at the International Justice Mission (IJM) send us news of the launch of a key programme in Romania, 11 November 2020.

In conjunction with the US Department of State and the Romanian Government, IJM launched a new Trafficking in Persons Project in Romania. The work will support the Romanian National Action Plan and JTIP Office recommendations and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) guidance to:

  • Support a number of systematized, victim-centred human trafficking investigations and prosecutions by members of law enforcement and prosecutors
  • Raise awareness and provide educational information on human trafficking issues and risk factors to a target population
  • Improve comprehensive services for identified victims of trafficking.

Romania consistently ranks in the top three European countries for the highest number of identified victims of trafficking each year, and this program will support the government’s National Action Plan to Combat Trafficking in Persons. Activities include developing survivor-informed processes and systems within the justice system to deter traffickers and decrease violence.

For more: https://www.ijm.org/news/trafficking-persons-project-launch-romania

 

TEJIENDO REDES CONTRA LA TRATA- Weaving Networks against Human Trafficking.

Justa del Sol Hernando, RENATE member.

El lunes 19 de octubre 2020, el grupo “TEJIENDO REDES CONTRA LA TRATA” formado por  CONFER, Justicia y Paz, Cáritas y la Comisión Episcopal de Migraciones organizó un Webinar para hablar SOBRE EL IMPACTO DEL COVID-19 EN LAS VÍCTIMAS DE TRATA. Este encuentro, tuvo lugar un día después de celebrarse el Día Europeo contra la Trata, motivo por el cuál se organizó este evento.

LA PRESENTACIÓN,  corrió a cargo de Maria Francisca Sánchez Vara, directora del Departamento de Trata y del Área de Migraciones de la Conferencia Episcopal Española. Seguidamente, las palabras y oración de D. Juan Carlos Elizalde, Obispo de Vitoria y Presidente de dicha Área  y Comisión de la Conferencia Episcopal.

LA PONENCIA: “UNA MIRADA A NIVEL MUNDIAL”, desarrollada por Franscesca Doná, de la sección de Migrantes y Refugiados del Vaticano en Roma, ayudó a constatar cómo la situación del covid-19 afectó considerablemente a las mujeres vulnerables víctimas de la Trata, asi como la implicación de muchas Entidades Eclesiales, que han colaborado generosamente para acompañar procesos de recuperación y apoyo a las propias víctimas.

UNA MESA REDONDA, moderada por el Director de Justicia y Paz, Francisco Javier Alonso, con el tema siguiente: “NUEVAS POBREZAS Y EXPERIENCIAS DE LIBERACIÓN”. En ella participaron:

  • Marina Sánchez Sierra Ramos. Investigadora del equipo de Estudios de Cáritas Española.
  • Magdalena Alomar Real. Coordinadora del Proyecto” Casal Petit”, de Oblatas en Mallorca.
  • Marta González Marchón. Coordinadora del área de sensibilización e incidencia del “Proyecto Esperanza”, de Adoratrices en Madrid.

Un año más, esta Red Intereclesial contra la Trata nos sigue ayudando a obtener una visión más amplia del tema,  y, a comprometernos activamente para terminar con esta lacra y dura realidad que se vive en Europa. Fueron los ecos de todos los participantes.

La situación de precariedad y exclusión que viven las mujeres, se ha visto agravada por el Covid-19, al tiempo que también ha hecho reflexionar a las mismas mujeres hacia un cambio de vida, de aquí, las nuevas demandas, como son, el acompañamiento emocional, apoyo integral, vivienda, trabajo…

En esta Reflexión compartida, también se dibujaba un Gran Reto: Responsabilizar a los Gobiernos Estatales de responder adecuadamente y legalmente a la situación de explotación y violencia que sufren las mujeres en Europa, especialmente ahora, en contexto de Pandemia.   

Se puede ver el Encuentro a través del siguiente enlace:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pvDh98ykm6w

A report from Marie Helene on her presence at the Zoom meeting with cardinal Parolin.

 

Marie Hélѐne Halligon, OLCGS, RENATE representative at the Conference of INGOs at the Council of Europe, was one of 15 people included in a Zoom Conference with H.E. CARDINAL PAROLIN and the CINGOs, Thursday 12 November 2020.

Cardinal Parolin reiterated the Holy Father’s special attention and gratitude for the CoINGOs  participation in the activities of the Council of Europe and for their action and Christian witness.

Full text below. 

1. Welcoming Cardinal Pietro Parolin to the videoconference with the Catholic-inspired INGOs accredited to the Council of Europe.

Thursday 12 November – 4.30 pm

“Eminence, I would first like to express my deep and sincere thanks for the time you are devoting to our grouping of INGOs of Catholic inspiration, accredited to the Council of Europe. I have already mentioned several times with you the existence of this regional coordination of the World Forum and the work we humbly carry out. For many years now, about fifteen Catholic INGOs of Catholic inspiration have been meeting in Strasbourg, on each session of the Conference of INGOs.

For us, this is a useful moment of consultation to better live and assume our presence as baptized “lay faithful” at the heart of International Institutions. We share together to better understand each other and to base our actions or positions on the Gospel and on the social thought of the Church, in the spirit of the Second Vatican Council. Vatican Council II encourages us in ‘Lumen Gentium’ by declaring: “Every lay person must be before the world a witness of the resurrection and life of the Lord Jesus and a sign of the living God. All together and each one for his part must nourish the world with the spiritual fruits (cf. Gal 5:22) and pour out upon it that spirit which animates the poor, the meek, the peacemakers whom the Lord in the Gospel has proclaimed blessed (cf. Mt 5:3-9). In a word, what the soul is in the body, Christians must be in the world. (38)

This is what we try to live by contributing to the mission of the Council of Europe, which promotes the defense of Human Rights, Democracy and the Rule of Law, but also by formulating opinions in the fields of education, solidarity, migration, justice and peace . We seek to be present within the Conference of INGOs, but also among Council officials, Parliamentarians, and other actors of the institution, in multiple forms.

The existence of the World Forum of INGOs of Catholic inspiration, which met a year ago in Rome and continues to work in thematic groups, is of great importance to us. The document “Towards a More Inclusive Society”, based on our experiences, has even been sent to the Secretary General of the Council of Europe and to some high-ranking officials. This document should give rise to a day of animation/training in 2021. We hope that this will contribute to a more positive consideration of the religious fact during some of the work of the Conference of INGOs at the Council of Europe.

It seems important to me to note also one of the particularities of our work in Strasbourg: the strong and regular link with ecumenical INGOs such as the “Action by Christians for the Abolition of Torture” and the Conference of European Churches. We are incredibly happy to be able to live this collaboration. Before giving you the floor, Eminence, I would like to emphasize how much the presence at our side of the Permanent Observers of the Holy See is appreciated by each of our organizations: exchanges, advice, collaboration, listening or regular welcome at the Eucharist on Tuesday morning are very precious to us. I would therefore like to express our thanks to Bishop Giordano, Bishop Rudelli and Bishop Ganci, because it is an honor and a pleasure to find such warm support from them!

Welcome among us, Eminence!

Daniel Guéry

Coordinator of the Group of INGOs of Catholic inspiration – CoE Strasbourg

 

Welcome message to H.Em. Card. Parolin on his meeting with NGOs

Thursday, November 12, 2020 –

It is with great joy that I take the liberty of addressing these few words of welcome to all of you, even if in a virtual way, especially to His Eminence Cardinal Pietro Parolin, Secretary of State, who today, after a long morning of meetings with the Authorities of the Council of Europe, is now with us to meet with you, the representatives of the Catholic-inspired NGOs working here in Strasbourg.

I do not think I am revealing any secret when I say that His Eminence wanted to maintain this meeting with great determination and firmness, even though it is being held by videoconference. This meeting could well have been cancelled because of the health situation and everyone would have understood the reasons. I believe, therefore, that this is a clear sign to make you understand how much His Eminence cares about your generous work, which is for the good of the whole Church and of each human person that you serve through your work.

Allow me also to thank dear Daniel Guéry, who coordinates this NGO Forum with passion, zeal and competence, and who, since my arrival in Strasbourg last year, has patiently introduced me to you in an atmosphere of serene and constructive cooperation. Thank you for organizing this meeting, with the technical support of Father Jean-François Bour.

Reaffirming the willingness of this Mission of the Holy See to continue working with each of you and for you, I now give the floor to Daniel.

Thank you, Your Eminence, thank you all.

Mgr Marco Ganci

Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the Council of Europe

Then, Cl Parolin asked us to introduce ourselves in turn:

Sister Marie Hélène Halligon, olcgs:

Works against Trafficking and Exploitation for more than 20 years, in congregation, then as a member of the Collective against Trafficking, of the SOS Euro-Mediterranean Network and with RENATE since its foundation.

I oversee animating the fight against TEH in the Province France-Belgium-Netherlands-Hungary.

Episcopal Documents written: 1st on Prostitution, then 2nd on Trafficking and Exploitation to sensitize the bishops of France. (In cooperation with the Collectif Against Trafficking)

RENATE: European Network of Religious Sisters fighting against TEH. 31 member countries. Member of the Talitha Kum Network of the UISG.

In the light of evangelical values, to face the problem of Human Trafficking from all possible aspects

MEETING WITH CATHOLIC NGOS

Video Conference – November 12, 2020

Ladies and Gentlemen, members of Catholic NGOs,

Allow me first to thank Mr. Daniel Guéry, coordinator of the Forum of Catholic-inspired NGOs working in Strasbourg, for the words he addressed to me at the beginning of this meeting.

Despite the impossibility of coming to Strasbourg, I asked to be able to meet with you, even if only by teleconference. I wished to reiterate the Holy Father’s special attention and gratitude for your participation in the activities of the Council of Europe, in which you occupy, with passion and dedication, a privileged place of action and Christian witness, in addition to the other responsibilities that you carry within the framework of your respective organizations.

I also thank you for your role, certainly unique within this European institution, and for the contribution that you offer, through your action, presence and experience, inspired by the Social Doctrine of the Church and the teachings of the Holy Father: you are precious, not only for this international organization, but also for the entire Church! Every Christian is asked to always act as a ‘true Christian’. To you who form the group of Catholic-inspired NGOs in Strasbourg, more may be asked of you because of the responsibility you assume to bear witness to human and evangelical brotherhood. You work, in fact, for the promotion of the human person in all its dimensions, putting it at the center of all your – and our – concerns. The recent health crisis linked to Covid-19 has shown that if we do not act in the search for the common good and the good of the person as such, the healthy values of Europe that we want to build together risk disappearing, giving way to divisions, selfishness, nationalism and the search for profit on the part of a single group, to the detriment of all the others.

To promote human fraternity All of you know the importance that His Holiness Pope Francis attaches to the fact that each person to whom you give help, both material and spiritual, should be able to perceive you not as ‘outsiders’ but as brothers and sisters who share the same condition of need, making it their own. The recent encyclical ‘Fratelli Tutti’ presents this approach to human fraternity as a ‘way out’ of the present situation and future development. The text, which evokes many very topical issues, deserves an in-depth study in the light of your respective experiences and work. I invite you to do so. Christ Jesus not only assumed our sinful nature out of love; in him there is also a second movement: he took upon himself our infirmities and filled us with his riches. He gave us the Father and the Holy Spirit and made us his Body. Following the example of Christ, who took upon himself human misery and destroyed himself to enrich us, we too are called to take upon ourselves the sorrows and miseries of our neighbor. But we are also called to enrich him by recognizing his extremely high dignity as son and daughter of God. Moreover, we may be able to free a person from a material debt. But then that debt looks to the past. What, on the other hand, will be the present and future life of that same person? It would be of little use to free a person from the slavery of war, or the misery of yesterday’s hunger, if he or she later finds himself or herself in a new condition of war or poverty. In this, the action of a single organization is not enough.

There is another principle that comes into play. The communion of forces. In the Old Testament, God works with the great prophets, with the great Moses, the great Joshua, the great Judges, the great Wise Men. But this work remained isolated. In the New Testament, it is as a Body that we work, associating, calling, inviting. Christ Jesus called twelve Apostles and seventy-two disciples. The original Church is like a movement of faithful who evangelize every land and every region, in communion with others. And it is thanks to this that the Gospel spreads.

If each Catholic-inspired NGO were to join with other organizations that are guided by the same Gospel-inspired principles, it would be possible to draw a map of needs and identify the necessary resources. It would then be a matter of working in an “ecclesial symphony”. Communion is your strength. Where one is in need, he calls the other. Where one force struggles, everything becomes possible with the other forces. Today, the poverties of the world are many. Only the communion of forces, the work done with wisdom and intelligence, without seeking one’s own profit, will make it possible to find solutions for all. No NGO can bear effective witness to this ecclesial communion alone if it works in isolation. Isolation is poverty, even if it seems that it is possible to glean recognition and support. Communion, understanding the other’s point of view, sharing problems and experiences, mutual commitment, are always a richness. Coordinating, studying common projects, identifying specific actions, can only multiply the results. Thus, Pope Francis, receiving in audience the representatives of the Forum of Catholic NGOs last December 7, clearly indicated: “Collaboration in common projects makes the value of the works shine forth even more, because it highlights something that is connatural to the Church, to her communion: to walk together in the same mission (synods) at the service of the common good, through ‘co-responsibility’ and the contribution of each one”.

In this sense, you have drawn up together a document on inclusion, which was presented at the last Forum of Catholic NGOs “Towards a more inclusive society”. In this document, key ideas, challenges, and positions adopted by Catholic NGOs on several themes were highlighted, from an anthropological perspective that puts the person at the center, following the transversal thread of inclusion. I am pleased to know that, in the framework of the Forum of Catholic NGOs in Strasbourg, you have decided to continue to reflect together on this document in your future meetings. Today, the invincible virus is acting alone, separating ourselves from others, believing that we can be better than others and avoiding any possible collaboration. The challenge, therefore, is to share the horizon of a global project that brings you closer, beyond the particularity of the project itself, while being aware that your action will also take on another dimension, spiritual and salvific, if it is carried out under the motion of the Spirit of the Incarnate Christ, who acts in each one of us and brings us closer to one another in his redemptive mission.

I am also pleased to see that the NGO Forum in Strasbourg is also open to other Christian NGOs. The relations that have been established between you for a long time, the common research that you carry out together and the positions that you take together are an excellent way of living ecumenism! I encourage you to continue with perseverance, keeping in mind that each of your actions must be done for the good of all. In this sense, I also invite you to strengthen the contacts you already have with the other regional platforms of the Forum of Catholic-inspired NGOs (in Geneva, Brussels, Paris, Rome). This link will be an enrichment for your reflection, your work, your interventions.

Your collaboration with the Permanent Mission of the Holy See in Strasbourg is also a sign of this ‘sensus Ecclesiae’: may it be ever more effective, real and concrete, in order to bear witness to a Church at the service of the dignity of the human person created in the image and likeness of God. The Permanent Observer and his collaborators will always be ready to listen to you, to share with you on the evangelical principles necessary to face the challenges and concerns of the world, and of Europe. If you become true instruments of communion in the Holy Spirit, and nourish your personal spiritual growth, the fruits will be visible within your NGOs, the Council of Europe, and the whole world.

This is the wish I would like to express today. I will conclude by recalling the words of Pope Francis who decided to live his ministry by making himself my and your Good Samaritan, Good Samaritan of the whole world, but above all by showing with his life how truly, concretely, every man must be put back on his feet. This is what the Holy Father clearly indicated in the second chapter of his Encyclical ‘Fratelli Tutti’. Pope Francis has confidence in your works. He asks you too to have confidence in yourselves, to believe that by serving the poor and the rejected of the earth, even in the noble context of the Council of Europe, you are serving Christ the Lord. We know that he who consumes his life for Christ will obtain all his life in the eternal Kingdom.

With this hope, I greet and thank you.

H.E. Card Pietro Parolin

Alec Bvumburah – – joint awareness-raising action in Malta

 

Report from RENATE member Alec Bvumburah, of the Cross Culture Foundation, Malta, on the launch of a research report on the occasion of the European Day against Human Trafficking, 18 October 2020.

Today the 18th of October 2020 is EU Anti human Trafficking Day, aims to raise public awareness of the global problem of human trafficking, as well as to emphasize the right of all human trafficking victims to justice and compensation.

Today sees the launch of a collaborative research report which is intended to assist youth workers in identifying victims of human trafficking and exploitation.

#YUWOK2ENDHT partners have finalized the research focused on methods of advancing and exploitation and the different practices for emergence and identification and support for victims in Malta, Italy, North Macedonia & Romania. This will help to support youth workers to prevent human trafficking among #youths with valid tools to address the need area, spread awareness and best practices.

Report available at: https://drive.google.com/…/1vCA6xHlqGonHffVfQwc…/view

#humantraffickingprevention #humantraffickingawareness #erasmusplusproject #youwok2endhumantrafficking #yuwok2end

#crosscultureinternationalfoundationmalta

CESIE    

Отворена Порта – Open Gate: La Strada Macedonia

and

Reaching Out Romania