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CRC and Atina are empowering children to recognize and report trafficking in human beings in Serbia

Photo: Piroshki photography

Child Rights Centre and NGO Atina Begin Implementing the Project “Empowering Children to Recognise and Report Trafficking in Human Beings in the Republic of Serbia”

In the period from January to the end of October of this year, 38 victims of trafficking in human beings, including 10 girls, were officially identified in Serbia. Professionals dealing with this topic warn that the number of victims is much bigger because the statistics include only the ones detected and identified.

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Ahead of the World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, NGO Atina and Child Rights Centre published a video “Between Dreams and Reality"

Ahead of the World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, NGO Atina and Child Rights Centre published a video “Between Dreams and Reality"

Photo: Marija Piroshki

"We all have dreams. We dream of a better life. We want someone to love us, to be happy and successful."

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Child trafficking still on the rise in the Western Balkans

Photo: Stojne Atanasovska Dimishkovska

Child trafficking in the Western Balkans region is still on the rise, despite a number of legislative and practical measures taken in previous years.

The coronavirus pandemic has further increased the vulnerability of children, due to the growing economic insecurity, unemployment and restrictions of movement.

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