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EnhAnCing the anti-Trafficking Identification, preVention and supporT mEchanisms

“Trafficking in human beings is a grave violation of fundamental human rights and an extremely pernicious and highly lucrative form of transnational organised crime”
(
European Commission).

Trafficking in numbers

According to the European Commission’s data for 2020:

(Data collection on trafficking in human beings in the EU, 2020)

Contributing to the eradication of trafficking, the ACTIVATE project aims to step up actions on the prevention, identification and support mechanisms against trafficking in human beings (THB), with a special focus on Victims of Trafficking (VoT) for sexual exploitation.

By training and sensitizing professionals

in the reception and identification centres as well as lawyers

By strengthening cooperation

among public authorities and key actors

How will ACTIVATE succeed?

By proposing online tools

for improving coordination and cooperation

By raising public awareness

about trafficking.

Project partners

KMOP – Social Action and Innovation Centre, Greece

KMOP – Social Action and Innovation Centre is a non-profit organisation, based in Athens, Greece, with more than 40 years of experience in sustainable development, social growth, human rights’ protection, social inclusion and policy research.

Differenza Donna, Italy

Differenza Donna is a feminist organisation of women founded in Rome on the 6th of March 1989, whose aim is to emerge, fight, prevent and overcome violence against women.

Animus Association Foundation, Bulgaria

Animus Association Foundation provides services to both victims of trafficking in human beings and domestic violence since 1994.

SOLWODI, Germany

SOLWODI stands for "Solidarity with Women in Distress". The foundation for this international human rights association was laid in Mombasa (Kenya) in 1985 by Sr. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult.

KMOP – Social Action and Innovation Centre, Greece

KMOP – Social Action and Innovation Centre is a non-profit organisation, based in Athens, Greece, with more than 40 years of experience in sustainable development, social growth, human rights’ protection, social inclusion and policy research. It focuses on building people’s resilience, combatting inequalities and supporting inclusive and sustainable growth by developing and implementing a variety of innovative tools, programmes and policies. Alongside with direct provision of social services, KMOP’s expertise pertains to the design and implementation of impactful programmes in the areas of education, migration, human rights’ protection, employment, mental health and social economy. KMOP is the project coordinator of ACTIVATE. The organisation closely cooperates with the National Referral Mechanism (NRM) in Greece and has a well-established cooperation with the Office of the National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings as well as the National Centre for Social Solidarity. 

Differenza Donna, Italy

Differenza Donna is a feminist organisation of women founded in Rome on the 6th of March 1989, whose aim is to emerge, fight, prevent and overcome violence against women. Since the beginning, DD has held the view that discrimination, marginalization and oppression of women are a widespread, complex and serious social phenomenon that can be effectively fought through specific competences only.

DD helds a wide range of initiatives aimed at changing the traditional cultural perception of the female gender and seeking effective forms of interventions to overcome violence and discrimination against women. DD is active on both national and at international level and runs women’s shelters and several help desks, including two shelters and four help desks for women victims of trafficking.

Since its fundation, DD has received more than 40.000 women, of which 50% migrants and asylum seekers, and more than 1000 women victims of human trafficking.

Animus Association Foundation, Bulgaria

Animus Association Foundation provides services to both victims of trafficking in human beings and domestic violence since 1994. Animus is active in three areas:  services for direct psycho-social support to the victims, advocacy and prevention activities, and training of relevant professionals on identifying and protecting victims of violence.

For the last 25 years, Animus Association Foundation has proved to be one of the most reliable providers of social services in Bulgaria. Presently, the organization manages the following programmes: 24-hour National Helpline for victims of violence; 24-hour Crisis Centre which works as Transit centre for trafficked persons; Trauma Centre for Children and Families; Centre for Reintegration, Counselling and Psychotherapy; Center for Social Services for Children and Families at Sofia Municipality, including a Mother and Baby Unit.

Animus is member and one of the founders of La strada International – European Platform against Trafficking in Human beings

SOLWODI, Germany

SOLWODI stands for “Solidarity with Women in Distress”. The foundation for this international human rights association was laid in Mombasa (Kenya) in 1985 by Sr. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Lea Ackermann.

Since 1987 SOLWODI is engaged as charitable organisation with 19 specialised counselling centers and seven sheltered housings in Germany for migrant women in distress. SOLWODI Deutschland e.V. offers holistic psycho-social care and advice, sheltered housing, referrals to legal and medical help as well as support in voluntary returns to the clients’ countries of origin.