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2015 Annual Report on trafficking and smuggling in human beings: Tightening the Links

Federal Migration Centre, January 2016, 169 pages

The aim of this annual report is to provide an independent assessment of developments in and results of the fight against the trafficking and smuggling of human beings. It focuses on minor and young adult victims in two particularly vulnerable situations: on the one hand the victims of early and forced marriages, on the other the victims of loverboys. 

 

Call for proposals on the Actions addressing Trafficking in Human Beings, in particular the integration and the safe and sustainable return of victims of trafficking

A call for proposals on actions addressing trafficking in human beings has been published on 16 December 2015.

The call is funded by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF).

Deadline for submission of applications: 25/2/2016 12:00 (CET) (deadline extended on 12/2/2016; previous deadline was 16/02/2016).

Project applications submitted under the present Call for Proposals must address at least one of the following priorities:

OSCE Human Dimension Implementation Meeting

Warsaw, 21 September – 2 October 2015, 5 pages

EU Statement reporting on the situation of refugees, displaced persons and victims of human trafficking within the OSCE Area.

Child trafficking for exploitation in forced criminal activities and forced begging

The Hague, October 2014, 3 pages

Children are one of the most vulnerable groups targeted for the trafficking in human beings (THB). Organised crime groups (OCGs) choose to traffic children as they can be easily recruited and quickly replaced. OCGs can also maintain child victims relatively cheaply and discreetly. The exploitation of children violates the human rights of children; to have a safe childhood in their family setting, to receive education, to have time to play and to be protected from exploitation.

National Roma integration Strategies: a first step in the implementation of the EU Framework

COM(2012) 226 final, Brussels, 21.5.2012

This strategy document states that many Roma women and children are identified as victims of trafficking in human beings (p. 2) and that Member States should address trafficking in human beings within the context of National Rome Integration Strategies (p. 14).

ASSESS - Integration of Vulnerable Migrant Groups

Reference

Home/2013/EIFX/CA/4231

Promoter

Center for the Study of Democracy (Bulgaria)

 

Budget

Total eligible costs: EUR 713.535,17 (EU contribution: EUR 642.173,56)

Timeframe

From 01/12/2013 to 31/05/2015 (18 months)

 

Partners

GIRL - Gender Interventions for the Rights and Liberties of Women and Girls Victims of Trafficking for Sexual Exploitation

Reference

HOME/2013/ISEC/AG/THB/4000005930

Promoter

CENTER FOR PARTNERSHIP AND EQUALITY

Budget

370.080,49 EUR

Timeframe

From 1/09/14 to 31/08/16

Partners

ADPARE (RO), Cultura Lavoro SRL (IT), EXPERT FOR EUROPE SRL (IT), SURT Fundacio de Dones Fundacio Privada (ES)

TRAFFICKING IN HUMAN BEINGS: from exit to insertion, barriers and leverage

Reference

HOME/2013/ISEC/AG/THB/4000005340

Promoter

ASSOCIATION THE NEST

Budget

238.115,20 EUR

Timeframe

From 15/09/14 to 14/09/16

Partners

GENDER ALTERNATIVES FOUNDATION (BG)

Objectives and results

The Party of European Socialists (PES) Women welcomes the new EU strategy

The EU Strategy towards the Eradication of Trafficking of Human Beings received a warm welcome from the Party of European Socialists (PES).

PES Women notes the significant measures taken by the Commission including the attention for the gender and children perspective. However, PES Women President Zita Gurmai points out that the attention on the gender dimension should be strengthened.

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