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  • Title: E-Notes Observatory
    Descriptive info: .. E-Notes Observatory.. European NGOs Observatory on Trafficking, Exploitation and Slavery.. RSS.. Project.. Project Description.. Partners.. Project partners, NGOs.. Phenomenon.. Country Profiles.. Legislation.. National and International.. Report.. Full Report, Summaries.. SUBSCRIBE.. Articles.. Comments.. Full Report.. Commenti disabilitati.. Posted on 14th marzo 2011 by Comunicazione On the Road in.. News.. E-notes Report on the implementation.. of anti-trafficking policies.. and interventions.. in the 27 EU member States.. It descri.. bes the legislation, policies and actions that the 27 governments of the European Union organised in response to trafficking in human beings, focusing on 2008 and 2009 (the most recent years for which information was available in mid 2010).. It was produced by the European NGOs Observatory on Trafficking , Exploitation and Slavery (“E-Notes”), an initiative by four non –governmental organizations (Associazione On the Road, La Strada International, ACCEM and ALC) with the broad goal of monitoring what governments throughout the European Union (EU) do to stop slavery, human trafficking and the various forms of exploitation associated with trafficking.. A further 23 non-governmental organizations were involved in the project, along with researchers in each country.. The project was financed by the European Commission, which, however, has no responsibility for the contents of the report.. The report reveals that governments within the EU have different interpretations of what actions should be given priority to stop trafficking and to protect people who have been trafficked and indicates that the protection provided to many trafficked persons is inadequate.. The report contains recommendations for both governments and the European Union as a whole.. A summary of the report is included  ...   E-Notes coordinator.. Mike Dottridge.. presenting the report conducted for the.. E-Notes project.. Report on the policies and interventions of European Union Member States in 2008-2009 in response to human trafficking.. Questions and answers.. 11:20 11:45 Coffee Break.. 11:45 – 13:00 Second session: Responses to child trafficking outside the EU.. Experiences from the field: projects by.. Terre des hommes.. and partners.. - Experience in Southeast Asia:.. Amihan Abueva.. Asia ACTs.. - Experience in Southeast Europe:.. Maja Varoslija.. ,.. Open-Gate/La Strada.. - Exploring the issue of Children on the move:.. Pierre Cazenave.. Terre des hommes Foundation.. 13:00 – 13:45 Lunch.. 13:45 – 15:00.. Martha Mendez.. , European Commission, AIDCO.. Mike Dottridge presenting the report conducted for TDHIF.. In pursuit of good practice in responses to child trafficking: Experiences from Latin America, Southeast Europe and Southeast Asia.. 15:00 – 15:30.. Conclusions and closing.. Download.. AGENDA Conference TDHIF E-notes 20 Oct 2010.. About E-Notes.. European NGOs Observatory on Trafficking, Exploitation and Slavery The project aims at establishing a Europe wide permanent monitoring mechanism (Observatory) and a comparable reporting mechanism implemented by the NGOs community and network on measures against trafficking, exploitation and slavery in Europe in order to enhance and support public institutions’ policy in the field of protection and assistance of trafficked persons.. Info.. Links.. Contacts.. News Events.. National referral system.. National coordination structure.. Identification.. Protection.. Assistance.. Access to justice.. Prevention activities.. Monitoring and evaluation of anti-trafficking measures.. Summaries.. Executive Summary.. Connect.. Popular Tags.. Entries RSS.. Comments RSS.. Admin Login.. Valid XHTML.. WordPress.. E-Notes Observatory - All rights reserved.. Organic Theme designed by.. The Forge Web Creations..

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  • Title: Project | E-Notes Observatory
    Descriptive info: 0.. comments.. Posted on 16th settembre 2010 by Administrator.. E-NOTES.. EUROPEAN NGOs OBSERVATORY ON TRAFFICKING, EXPLOITATION AND SLAVERY.. PROJECT DESCRIPTION.. Background and Justification.. Given the complex nature of trafficking in human beings, defining the related phenomena and mapping the responses are still major problems that underline the significant differences existing among states.. Also assistance provided to trafficked persons differs from country to country and often within a national territory.. NGOs are important service providers that are more in touch with victims’ needs and are able to access a wide range of data not available to other institutions; therefore, their input is crucial in responding to these needs and reporting as well as in strategizing and helping to shape policies to address them.. Anti-trafficking NGOs’ work is thus relevant but still fragmented and has not yet defined a common framework of monitoring, analysis, and reporting.. Studies and recommendations from various sources underscore how this fragmentation detracts from the NGOs’ ability to protect the human rights of trafficked persons and to effectively employ the kind of holistic and integrated approach that should be applied in successfully implementing anti-trafficking policies, strategies, and programming.. The great differences in anti-trafficking approaches and policies deeply affect cooperation and synergy amongst the various NGOs working in this sector at the national and international levels.. The lack of a common comparable methodology to monitor and report on trafficking and slaveries in Europe and the fragmentation in definitions, perspectives, and strategies among national and international NGOs are among the critical factors identified, inter alia, by the Report of the Experts Group on Trafficking in Human Beings (2004) and the Measuring Responses to Trafficking in Human Beings in the European Union: An Assessment Manual (2007), both commissioned by the European Commission.. Essential to the improvement of both NGOs’ and institutions capacities and effectiveness in defining measures to fight trafficking, exploitation and slavery is the establishment of an NGOs Observatory at the European level.. International monitoring and reporting on anti-trafficking policies and interventions at the EU Member States level carried out by NGOs would not only complement  ...   on the quality and effectiveness of policies, strategies and interventions in response to trafficking in human beings at the Member States and European level;.. To develop a web-based information centre for the functional exchange and dissemination of quantitative and qualitative data organized along the identified reporting protocol and indicators.. Project activities.. The project will be implemented by adopting a systemic approach aimed at maintaining the interconnection between three specific objectives.. Objective 1 - Activities:.. Organization of 4 Steering Group’s meetings;.. Elaboration of a research protocol for reporting on measures and policies against trafficking.. Objective 2 – Activities:.. Testing of the research protocol in the 4 Partners’ countries (I, F, SP, NL);.. Validation of the final version of the research protocol;.. Identification of 23 researchers and NGOS in the other EU countries;.. Organization of a training session for the 27 identified researchers representing all EU countries;.. Filling in the research protocol by the researchers in all EU countries (“reporting process”);.. Collection of the country reports and elaboration of the transnational report; Production of the final report.. Objective 3 – Activities:.. Connection with existing networks and activities;.. Public information on the ongoing E-NOTES project;.. Creation of an interactive website for the dissemination of information and collection of suggestions;.. Organization of the report launching; Dissemination.. Expected results.. Through the project’s implementation, the partners will deliver:.. A research protocol for reporting on anti-trafficking policies, strategies, and interventions endorsed by the NGOs network in 27 countries;.. The first comparative report on anti-trafficking policies, strategies, and interventions at the Member States and European level;.. The wide dissemination of the report, the reporting criteria, and the methodology for a comparative analysis of the anti-trafficking responses in the EU;.. The implementation of a web-based accessible and interactive information centre.. Project duration.. The project will last 12 months: 30 October 2009 – 30 October 2010.. The partners are in the process of finding other financial resources to establish a permanent European NGOs Observatory on Trafficking, Exploitation and Slavery.. Non c'è ancora nessun commento.. Lascia un commento.. Occorre aver fatto il.. login.. per inviare un commento..

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  • Title: Partners | E-Notes Observatory
    Descriptive info: Project Partners.. Associazione On the Road.. , Lead partner (Italy).. ACCEM.. (Spain).. La Strada International.. (Netherlands).. ALC/SPRS.. (France).. Associated NGOs.. ADPARE.. – Association for Developing Alternative Practices for Reintegration and Education.. Animus Association Foundation.. Anti-Slavery International.. Associação para o Planeamento da Família – APF Norte.. Association Resource Centre for Women Marta.. Dingusių žmonių šeimų paramos centras.. Femmes en Détresse.. Future Worlds Center (FWC).. Hungarian  ...   Strada Czech Republic.. La Strada Foundation against Trafficking in Persons and Slavery – Poland.. LEFÖ – Information, Education and Support for Migrant Women.. NGO Living for Tomorrow.. PAG-ASA.. Pro-tukipiste ry (Prostitute Counselling Centre).. Pro-Vest.. Society Ključ- Centre for Fight Against Trafficking in Human Beings.. Stiftelsen Tryggare Sverige – Foundation Safer Sweden.. The People for Change Foundation.. Al momento l'inserimento di commenti non è consentito..

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  • Title: Phenomenon | E-Notes Observatory
    Descriptive info: Austria.. Belgium.. Bulgaria.. Cyprus.. Czech Republic.. Denmark.. Estonia.. Finland.. France.. Germany.. Greece.. Hungary.. Ireland.. Italy.. Latvia.. Lithuania.. Luxembourg.. Malta.. Poland.. Portugal.. Romania.. Slovakia.. Slovenia.. Spain.. Sweden.. The Netherlands.. United Kingdom..

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  • Title: Legislation | E-Notes Observatory
    Descriptive info: Immigration consolidation act.. Italy – Measures against trafficking in persons.. Irland.. Netherland..

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  • Title: Report | E-Notes Observatory
    Descriptive info: Full report.. Executive summary..

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  • Title: Full Report | E-Notes Observatory
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  • Title: News | E-Notes Observatory
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  • Title: ADDRESSING TRAFFICKING IN HUMAN BEINGS - Conference - 20 October 2010 Brusselles
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  • Title: Event | E-Notes Observatory
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  • Title: Conference | E-Notes Observatory
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