Today, Cerasela Bănică, President of CADO – Advocacy and Human Rights Centre, participated in the conference: “Ending trafficking in children and young persons – Together, towards a future without child trafficking in Europe”, organised under the German Presidency of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe, where she presented the Romanian experience regarding the hearing of children as victims of human trafficking through Loverboy method and the role of interdisciplinary collaboration between various categories of experts working with children victims of trafficking, mentioning the future activities which CADO will implement in the field of prevention and combating child trafficking through REACT project.
For more details about the conference you can acces this link: https://rm.coe.int/programme-conference-ending-trafficking-in-children-and-young-persons-/1680a24cc9?%20fbclid%20=%20IwAR0HtzoNVdzsw51x-waV-I90Xuo4egwOyaVPdBKGdirOOmez0W6bYfrrW-c
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