Project RO21-MAI-ANITP-PDP 3
The general objective of the project is to ensure effective access to financial compensation and legal advice for victims of trafficking.
The aim of the project is to improve cooperation between authorities and stakeholders, including non-governmental organizations, in assisting victims of trafficking in human beings in order to ensure access to financial compensation and legal advice.
The main activities of the project are:
- elaboration of a national study in order to identify possible problems encountered by victims in exercising the right to financial compensation;
- organizing workshops and training sessions for stakeholders (police, prosecutors, judges, representatives of ANITP and representatives of non-governmental organizations) on the right of victims of trafficking in human beings to financial compensation and legal advice, as well as access;
- development of a brochure with information on the right of victims to request financial compensation, legal advice and access;
- organize a final conference to present the main results of the project, including the national study on compensation, materials developed and training sessions organized for this purpose for representatives of law enforcement agencies, media, civil society, non-governmental organizations with expertise in providing assistance to victims of trafficking, representatives of the Council of Europe, the Program Operator;
- organize an international conference to facilitate the exchange of experience and to intensify cooperation between EU Member States, third countries and representatives of the private sector, in providing assistance to victims in order to receive financial compensation and legal advice.
Project budget: 250,000 euros.
Project partner: Council of Europe.
Development period: 18 months.
Program Operator: Ministry of Internal Affairs
Documents and materials Developed within the project RO 21
- BUTTERFLY PROJECT PRESENTATION
- BROCHURE ADDRESSED TO VICTIMS OF TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS
- BROCHURE ADDRESSED TO SPECIALISTS
- STUDY ON VICTIMS ‘RIGHTS TO FINANCIAL COMPENSATION