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  • VICTOR - Victims of Child Trafficking - Our Responsability

    Reference

    HOME/2012/ISEC/AG/TH/B/4000003907

    Promoter

    Smile of the child (EL)

    Budget

    447.877€ (maximum EU grant – 402.866€)

    Timeframe

    21 months 

    Partners

    SALVATI COPIII Save the Children Romania (RO); NADJA Centre Foundation (BG); Drustvo Kljuc (SI);National Commission for Combating THB (BG); Ministry of Justice, Transparence and Human Rights (EL); Ministry of Public Order and Citizens' Protection (EL); Terre Des Hommes Regional Office Budapest (HU).

    Objectives and results

    The main objectives of the project:

    • Promoting and developing coordination, cooperation and mutual understanding among law enforcement agencies, other national authorities and civil society in combating trafficking in children;
    • Improving activities in the field of identification of child victims through the training of actors likely to come into contact with victims;
    • Stepping up prevention of trafficking in children through awareness raising activities targeting vulnerable groups of children at risk.

    The project is directed towards the following target groups:

    • Actors working in fields where they could likely come in contact with children victims of trafficking in human beings;
    • Vulnerable families of society, schools, local community entities;
    • General Public.

    Several of the expected results and deliverables are the following:

    • Establishment of public-private partnerships between all relevant actors;
    • Exchange of good practices on identification of child trafficking cases with a special focus on cross-border cooperation of all stakeholders;
    • Raising Awareness campaign in countries of origin and destination participating in the partnership scheme, with a focus on victims' protection and reduction of demand.

    Further information

    Mr Nicos Andreopoulos – Projects department Manager. projects@hamogelo.gr

    Tags

    Partnerships, ISEC, Greece, Law enforcement, Children, Victims