“Building choices. Integration into the host society of women victims of trafficking for sexual exploitation through a process of economic autonomy and personal empowerment”
(Building alternatives: Integrating women victims of trafficking for sexual exploitation into the host society through a process of developing self-confidence and financial independence)
The project is funded by the European Commission through the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund, with an implementation period of 24 months and a budget of EUR 248,231.00 excluding VAT (of which the share of ANITP is EUR 26,390).
The general objective is to promote the integration into the labor market, in the country of destination, of victims of trafficking in sexually exploited persons (immigrants, asylum seekers and refugees) who do not have the alternative of safe return.
The project is implemented by a consortium consisting of:
- Madrid City Hall, Spain – project coordinator and
- National Agency against Trafficking in Human Beings, Romania
- TRABE Association, Spain
- Archidiosi Charita Prague, Czech Republic
- Liberation Association, Romania
This multidisciplinary consortium of public institutions and civil society representatives offers different perspectives on the integration of women victims of trafficking for sexual exploitation.
The National Agency against Trafficking in Human Beings, together with the City Hall of Madrid, will offer a local, public and community approach to the project.
The role of ANITP in the project is to investigate models of social integration of women victims of human trafficking in Romania and to prepare a report on identified models. In coordination with the other partners, ANITP will develop an intervention model. Finally, ANITP will be involved in analyzing the transmissibility of the results obtained, in order to disseminate and transfer it.
By signing the grant agreement no. HOME / 2015 / AMIF / AG / THBX / 8902, ANITP has undertaken to participate in the following activities provided for in the project and co-financed by the European Commission:
- Participation in the project launch conference Prague, Czech Republic (Work Package 0 – Project Management and Coordination)
- Development of methodologies to be used for the analysis of analytical models (Work Package 0 – Project Management and Coordination)
- Participation in the workshop on the analysis of integration models developed in different countries that will take place in Bucharest, Romania (Work Package 1 – Analysis of intervention models)
- Participation in the training seminar Madrid, Spain (Work Package 2 – Development of a transnational model)
- Preparation of a draft model of intervention for victims of trafficking in human beings (Work Package 2 – Development of a transnational model)
- Development of a guide on the implementation of the model of social and labor market integration for victims of sexual exploitation (Work Package 2 – Development of a transnational model)
- Preparation of a report on the transferability of project results (Work Package 4 – Dissemination and transfer)
- Participation in the final conference of the Madrid project, Spain (Work Package 4 – Dissemination and transfer)
PROJECT SITE: https://building-choices.eu/
Documents and materials developed within the project
This Intervention Guide is a practical complement to the Consolidated Model of Socio-Professional Integration of FVaTdPpES. Both documents were developed within the “Building Choices” project, funded by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (Home / 2015 / AMIF / AG / THBX). They are also based on the direct work and experience of working with FVaTdPpES of the National Agency against Trafficking in Human Beings (Romania), the eLiberation Association (Romania), Charita Prague (Czech Republic), the Trabe Association and Madrid City Hall (both in Spain). .
The guide is mainly aimed at recruitment consultants and employment mediators from NGOs and public administration, but could also be useful for human resources professionals who are part of the regular labor market. or from the Social and Solidarity Economy (ESS). The document emphasizes the role of recruitment consultants and employment mediators in pursuing the socio-professional integration of FVaTdPpES, not only during the career path and in the job search process, but also during the post-employment period. , to ensure that the woman manages to keep that position.
This document, “The enhanced intervention model for the socio-professional integration of FVaTdPpES1”, is a result of the European Building Choices project, co-financed by the European Union’s Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (Home / 2015 / AMIF / AG / THBX). It is based on the direct work and experience of socio-professional integration of women victims of human trafficking through sexual exploitation (hereinafter FVaTdPpES), project partners: National Agency Against Trafficking in Persons (Romania), Liberation Association ( Romania), Charitas Prague (Czech Republic), Trabe Association and Madrid City Hall (both in Spain).
A complementary document was also developed to provide recommendations to professionals working with FVaTdPpES and also to establish guidelines necessary for the correct application of the Model: “Guide to the Intervention Model”. Both the Guide and the Model are interconnected documents. The persons responsible for carrying out such a project must take both documents into account.