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Global Fund for Children announces the election of two new Board members: Nicholas Antonas to the UK Trust Board of Trustees and Marijana “Maja” Savic to the Global Board of Directors.
GFC’s Directors and Trustees bring wisdom and experience drawn from a deep body of knowledge. GFC honors their contributions as an integral part of its work to support local community-based organizations advancing the rights and opportunities of children and youth around the world.
Impact of COVID-19 on labor exploitation of migrants at Europe’s farmlands
The pandemic and child labor
Facing a rise in digital rights violations, more than a dozen rights organisations have agreed to work together to protect individuals and societies in Southeast Europe.
Nineteen organisations from Southeast Europe have joined forces in a newly-established network that aims to advance the protection of digital rights and address the growing challenges posed by the widespread use of advanced technologies in society.
Today we are joining the global challenge #WomenSupportingWomen to stand in solidarity with women from Turkey, and help raise awareness of the issue that affects them greatly.
1. Victims must be informed of all their rights and informed in a timely manner of all services and the functioning of the entire support mechanism and the clear mandates of all actors involved, in a way that is clear and understandable to them.
2. It is necessary to establish the entire support mechanism on the needs of the victim and respect the full participation of the victim, for the support system to be centered on the victim, to move from "work for the victim" to "work with the victim". Not only to be asked but also to be heard.
The media and civil society organizations demand from the Ministry of Finance and the Administration for the Prevention of Money Laundering to immediately present the grounds for suspicion due to which they ordered the extraordinary collection of information about organizations, media, and individuals from the commercial banks.
On the occasion of July 30, World Day against Trafficking in Persons, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) has been publishing stories of people working on the frontline to end human trafficking. Our colleague Jelena Hrnjak, Programme Manager of NGO Atina, took part in the campaign and shared her thoughts and insights.
My job in Atina is to make sure that our long-term social inclusion programme for trafficking survivors functions smoothly.