Launching the selection of NGOs for the protection of victims of child trafficking

We invite NGOs interested to develop their advocacy capacity to defend the rights of victims of child trafficking within the justice system.

Within the project ReAct- Reform and action for defending children’s rights, victims of human trafficking in the justice system, CADO is inviting 10 NGOs, for enhancing their capacity in advocacy actions at national and European level on the rights of victims of child trafficking in the justice system.

Interested organizations are invited to register online, until April 30th, 2021, 24:00 by filling the form at

https://forms.gle/czzCjidGBKCtrEut5

Benefits:

  • Improving knowledge and skills in the field of child trafficking and advocacy at national and European level and developing awareness campaigns among victims and legal representatives of victims of child trafficking;
  • Networking with national and European experts in the field;
  • Technical assistance from national and European experts in the development of advocacy campaigns in the field of child trafficking at national and European level;
  • Opportunity to establish future partnerships with NGOs in areas of interest;
  • Visibility at national and European level;
  • Participation in two online training courses, for 3 representatives from each NGO;
  • After participating in the training courses, they will be invited as members of the National Coalition for Children’s Rights in Justice;
  • Participate in the national and European advocacy campaign on reforming the legislative and public policy framework regarding the rights of victims of child trafficking.

For more details regarding the selection please consult the Selection Methodology (http://shorturl.at/tGIV6) or contact Adriana Sumanaru, at adriana.sumanaru@cado.org.ro.

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Project implemented by :

The project is implemented by the Association Advocacy and Human Rights Centre (CADO) in partnership with the European Center for Legal Education and Research Association (ECLER) and Bucovina Institute for Social Partnership (BUCOVINA INSTITUTE) and benefits from 218.965,79 euros grant from Active Citizens Fund Romania, programme funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway through the EEA Grants 2014 -2021. The content of this website does not necessarily reflect the official position of the EEA and Norway Grants 2014-2021; for more information visit www.eeagrants.org. More details about Active Citizens Fund Romania are available at www.activecitizensfund.ro.

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