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  • European Cross-Actors Exchange Platform for Trafficked Children on Methodology Building for Prevention and Sustainable Inclusion

    Reference

    HOME/2012/ISEC/AG/TH/B/4000003940

    Promoter

    European Federation for Street Children (LU)

    Budget

    517.254€ (maximum EU grant – 465.529€)

    Timeframe

    24 months

    Partners

    Instituto de Apoio a Crianca (IAC) (PT); Istituto Don Calabria (IT); On the road ONLUS (IT); The Pupil Parent Partnership (UK); Synergia (IT); The Smile of the Child (EL); Society of the Friends of Children –TPD (PL); Evanglika Diakonia na Slovensku (ED-ECAV) (SK).

    Objectives and results

    The main goals of the project are:

    • To improve the knowledge on children groups at risk for trafficking;
    • To train multi-professional staff (introducing preventive methods based on identification and risks assessment, empowerment and life-skills education approach, data collection trough participatory research;
    • To develop and test an anti-THB intervention programme targeted to vulnerable children;
    • To strengthen networks within civil society organisations, service providers of the child protection systems, police forces, judiciary departments to support the establishment of stable local multiagency coordination platform targeted to anti-trafficking prevention and intervention.

    The main result is to finalise and validate an evidence-based intervention model targeting children at risks of trafficking in human beings with the main aim to:

    • Improving the capacity of staff in better assessing children at risk of THB;
    • Empowering children at risks in recognising trafficking in human beings situations;
    • Introducing new methodologies of data collection based on the active role of the stakeholders and children;
    • Creating a multi-professional and interagency anti-trafficking platform.

    Further information

    Ms Claudia Sassi – Advocacy, Lobbying and Fundraising Officer.  
     claudia.sassi@efsc-eu.org

     

    Tags

    Child protection, United Kingdom, Italy, Portugal, Slovakia, ISEC, Prevention