NGO Atina

Subotica part of the Network for improving the position of migrants

Subotica is part of the Local network for improving the position of migrants since July last year, and the network's coordinator, Ilija Djukanovic, during the interview for our TV station said that, in addition to networking with other municipalities affected by the migrant crisis and exchange of experiences, they also created the first report on the situation in Subotica, and finalized the call for civil society organizations who applied to carry out activities involving migrant population.

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Second regional meeting - Coordinators of local networks in Serbia and Macedonia exchanged experiences on migrant issues

 

Representatives of the cities and municipalities with the highest number of migrants in Serbia met last week in Skopje with colleagues from Macedonia. On this occasion, coordinators of networks in Sid, Subotica, Sremska Mitrovica, Belgrade, Vranje, Presevo, and colleagues from Gevgelija, Kumanovo, and Skopje exchanged their experiences on the implementation of the project “Building together”.

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Association "Atina" received an important license

 

Belgrade - Citizens' Association for combating trafficking in human beings and all forms of violence against women "Atina" received a license to provide the service of assisted housing.

SOURCE: B92 THURSDAY, 8/03/2018 | 13:49

This service, as mentioned in the announcement, is intended for girls and women - victims of human trafficking and various forms of exploitation.

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CALL FOR PROPOSALS Building Together

Projects to support advocacy initiatives of the Local Networks for Advocacy and Monitoring in Serbia and Macedonia

The Konrad Adenauer Foundation, ATINA – Citizens’ Association for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings and all Forms of Gender-based Violence (Serbia) and Macedonian Lawyers Association (Macedonia) launch a call for proposals within the project “Building Together – Community Monitoring and Advocacy” funded by The European Union.

The call will be open until 16 March 2018, at 24:00 CET.

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Response to Human Trafficking and Gender-Based Violence Among the Asylum and Refugee Population in the Republic of Serbia

According to the official statistics in January 2018, there are 4,314 refugees and migrants in Serbia, most of whom are women and children. They are the most vulnerable group of the refugee and migrant population, especially when it comes to their exposure to human trafficking and all forms of gender-based violence.

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Terms of Reference for the Experts for development of Analysis and Summary paper on existing gaps and legal responses to human trafficking, gender-based violence and related crimes among refugee, asylum and migrant population in Serbia

Terms of Reference for the Experts for development of Analysis and Summary paper on existing gaps and legal responses to human trafficking, gender-based violence and related crimes among refugee, asylum and migrant population in Serbia

Published on January 23rd, 2018

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