NGO Atina

CRC and Atina are empowering children to recognize and report trafficking in human beings in Serbia

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Child Rights Centre and NGO Atina Begin Implementing the Project “Empowering Children to Recognise and Report Trafficking in Human Beings in the Republic of Serbia”

In the period from January to the end of October of this year, 38 victims of trafficking in human beings, including 10 girls, were officially identified in Serbia. Professionals dealing with this topic warn that the number of victims is much bigger because the statistics include only the ones detected and identified.

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Terms of Reference for the Consultants for development of the Analysis on the existing support and protection services provided to VAWG and domestic violence victims in shelters in Serbia

Terms of Reference for the Consultants for development of the Analysis on the existing support and protection services provided to VAWG and domestic violence victims in shelters in Serbia

Published on November 15, 2021 by NGO Atina – Citizens' Association for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings and All Forms of Violence against Women (i.e. NGO Atina)

Project title: Improving Support to VAWG Victims in Serbia

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Call for Registration: Online Training on Gender-Sensitive Reporting

Balkan Investigative Reporting Network and NGO Atina are launching a series of online training courses focusing on gender-sensitive reporting on human trafficking and violence against women.

Journalists and writers from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia are invited to register for a two-day online training course on practicing gender-responsive reporting on human trafficking and violence against women.

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Atina: Sexually abused children are being inflicted irreversible damage once their identity is disclosed

Atina: Sexually abused children are being inflicted irreversible damage once their identity is disclosed

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According to the latest available data from 2019 for Serbia, 64 percent of the victims of human trafficking are persons under the age of 18, while last year, following the statistical data, situation was similar – around 90 percent of them were girls”, Jelena Hrnjak from organization Atina has stated.

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Why the system is not capable of identifying and helping victims of trafficking in Serbia

Why the system is not capable of identifying and helping victims of trafficking in Serbia

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During last year, out of 57 victims of human trafficking, almost half of them, that is 24, were children. Traffickers most commonly use children for forced labour or begging, criminal activities, sexual exploitation or forced marriages, as stated by NGO “Atina”, organization that deals with combating human trafficking.  

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Terms of Reference for the External Evaluator

Terms of Reference for the External Evaluator

Published on August 16, 2021

Project title: Making a difference for refugee women and girls in Serbia

The project is carried out by Atina – Citizens' Association for Combating Trafficking In Human Beings and All Forms of Gender-Based Violence with the support of the UN Trust Fund (United Nations Trust Fund to End Violence against Women).

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