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Terms of Reference for 2 Trainers to conduct trainings on the subject of Early warning system and protection of children VoTs

Terms of Reference for 2 Trainers to conduct trainings on the subject of Early warning system and protection of children VoTs

Project “From Harm to Safety: Improving the Protection of Victims of Trafficking (VoTs) in Serbia“ is carried out by NGO Atina and International Rescue Committee (IRC) with the support of the Government of the United States

Targeted Municipalities: Vranje, Subotica, Novi Sad, Nis, Sremska Mitrovica, Kragujevac, and Kraljevo.

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Terms of Reference for Cultural Mediator for the project “From Harm to Safety: Improving the Protection of Victims of Trafficking (VoTs) in Serbia “

Terms of Reference for Cultural Mediator for the project “From Harm to Safety: Improving the Protection of Victims of Trafficking (VoTs) in Serbia “

Published on December 1st, 2018

INTRODUCTION

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Atina at the conference “Good Practices and Challenges in Supporting Children in Migration”

Atina at the conference “Good Practices and Challenges in Supporting Children in Migration”

On June 14, 2017, a conference “Good Practices and Challenges in Supporting Children in Migration” was held in Belgrade, organized by International Rescue Committee (IRC) and Save the Children.

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NGO Atina at the working meeting The rights of unaccompanied and separated refugee children in Serbia

On Monday, May 22 2017, the final, sixth working meeting The rights of unaccompanied and separated refugee children in Serbia was held in Belgrade, organized by Belgrade Centre for Human Rights, to mark the end of the project “Making a Difference for Refugee Children in Europe”.

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Report on the assessment of the protection of women and children within the refugee population

During 2016, with the support and partnership of NGO Atina, IRC (International Rescue Committee) conducted an assessment of the protection of women and children within the refugee population in four key locations with the highest concentration of refugees in Serbia - in Preševo, Dimitrovgrad, Belgrade and Šid/Adaševci. Two members of IRC, together with six members of Atina, conducted the orientation in the field, based on the principles of assessment and tools for collecting data, in all these locations.

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