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Child marriage in Serbia NGO Atina
There are 2,000 child marriages in Serbia each year, It is feared that the number is even higher, because the statistics do not include persons...
Dok jedete bejgl podrzavate zrtve trgovine ljudima NVO Atina
Whenever any of my friends returns from abroad, especially from the US, they keep talking for days and days about the bagel they ate there, fantastic...
 Foto: © GIZ/Gabriel N‘Gawandji GIZ Berlin: Migracije i trgovina ljudima: Ispitivanje rodne dimenzije
NGO Atina's representative presented the expertise and long-time work of this organisation on the cases of human trafficking and gender-based...
radna grupa za borbu protiv rodno zasnovanog nasilja, NVO Atina,UNFPA
In Belgrade, on April 21, 2016, within the UN Population Fund Regional Initiative, a Working Group for Gender Based Violence, consisting of...
Within the project “Local support for the most vulnerable refugees”, which is implemented by the Association Atina in cooperation with the United...
Tennis star Novak Djokovic has thanked the Duchess of Cornwall for taking the time to visit one of the projects supported by his foundation. The...
Human trafficking, violence against women and position of women refugees are not subjects easy to talk about or advocate for as they raise many...
On March 4, 2016, in the UK Parobrod NGO Atina organised a Round Table entitled “The best interest of the child - between theory and practice” which...
Guidelines on Determining the Best Interest of the Child were created within the second phase of the project Setting an agenda for Child Oriented...
Child marriages represent a problematic practice in which a child forcibly enters into marriage with another child or with an adult. This phenomenon...
Resolution of the General Assembly of United Nations designated July 30 as the World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, with the aim of raising...
In the photo: Famous Serbian basketball player Vlade Divac and director of NGO Atina Marijana Savic. At the competition “Ideas for a better...

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