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The Council of Europe’s Committee of Ministers is encouraging member states to strengthen safety measures in children's data protection. This particularly applies to medical and educational data during the pandemic.
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The Deputy Executive Director of Programmes at ECPAT International, an organization that fights commercial sexual exploitation of children, explains 5 steps to protect children from the increase of online sexual abuse and exploitation that has occured since lockdown.
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The International Labour Organisation is dedicating the year 2021 to the elimination of child labour, as still today 152 million children around the world are affected by it.
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School closures due to the pandemic give an opportunity for human traffickers targeting children. One-third of found trafficking victims are children - from 2016 to 2018 the number of reported cases increased from 24,000 to 49,000.
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Facebook has admitted to a House of Commons committee that plans to implement end-to-end encryption on all messaging products will have a negative impact on the exploitation of some British children.
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Even though there were almost a hundred million less working children reported in 2016 compared to 2000, one-in-ten children still suffer in illegal child labour.
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New government statistics about killed and injured children during lockdown between April and September 2020 show the following statistics:
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Exit News suggested that EU Member States and the UK should consider rehabilitating Albanian survivors of human trafficking in the country of rescue instead of sending back them to Albania, where they face many risks upon their return, like stigmatization, re-trafficking, family rejection, social
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COVID lockdown in the world has resulted in disturbing changes in child labor, exploitation, early marriages and abuse reports. As the education system had to implement an online schooling due to the pandemic, children, especially from disadvantaged families, were forced to work.
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CHILD-FOCUSED non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in Africa, published a study on traditional African childhoods and how they differ from the UNCRC-based child rights vision.
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The Guardian reports on the possible dangerous situations caused by end-to-end encryption, a technology that makes it impossible to keep track of content sharing and increasing potential cases of abuse, because the shared content would only be available for those participating in the conversation
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This report by UNICEF and End Violence Against Children aims to support the further work of UNICEF, partner organizations, researchers, experts, and policymakers in preventing and responding to sexual abuse and exploitation of children, taking into account encouraging developments and compliments
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Online privacy protections have gone through a major reform that came into force on December 20 in the European Union. However, the new law does not only affect the EU but the rest of the world as well, including children, who from now on are more easily exposed to online sexual abuse.
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Each year on or around 18 November, Europe raises awareness on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse.
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InCtrl is a service designed by NSPCC staff, that aims to help protect children and young people from technology-assisted child sexual abuse (TA-CSA).
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Every second young person considers it is natural to have sex "because all friends already have sex", according to data from the study on assessing young people's attitudes towards sexual abuse, human trafficking and sexual and commercial exploitation, carried out by CNPAC in 2019.
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The first national study of child exploitation in Scotland – „Sexual exploitation of children involved in the children’s hearings system” – calls for further efforts to increase communities’ and agencies’ awareness as cases are identified in 27 of 32 local authorities.
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Child friendly material raising awareness about gender-based violence. The flyer was designed as a newspaper for children who want to understand what gender-based violence is and how it can be stopped.
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A 2020 report from The Economist Intelligence Unit has evaluated the capacities of states to protect children from sexual abuse and exploitation focusing on four fields listed below:
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"It is morally and economically imperative that adoptive families are given the right support from day one.” – says the author of a new report, Becky Brooks.
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In Sarajevo, the Safer Internet Centre, was visited by the Ambassador of Sweden and the UNICEF Representative to see how its hotline and helpline respond to cases related to sexual exploitation of children.
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According to the warning of Just for Kids Law charity, county lines drug trafficking gangs have been grooming schoolchildren during the lockdown.
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In March 2020, "the world’s largest umbrella organisation against the sexual exploitation of children", ECPAT, received a new member: the Hungarian Hintalovon Gyermekjogi Alapítvány (Hintalovon Child Rights Foundation).
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Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary General on Violence against Children released a document about children previously affiliated with extremist groups.
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This year, World Day Against Trafficking in Persons - 30 July - celebrates the work of first responders to human trafficking – those engaged in identifying, supporting, counselling and seeking justice for victims of trafficking – as the importance of their role is oftentimes shad
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On Thursday, Ilir Meta, the President of Albania, has called for better policies against sexual violence and exploitation of children. He has called for a more comprehensive legal framework in order to stop the abuse as well. 
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Terre des hommes (Tdh) mission in Kosovo in cooperation with the Center for Victim Protection and Prevention of Trafficking in Human Beings (PVPT) and the NGO Hope and Homes (H&H) will organize the first national webinar within the framework of the project “Improving provision of services and
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27% of human trafficking victims are children, says Save the Children in a new article that aims to clear up myths on this sensitive issue which exists in every country in the world.
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This study is based upon the review of 45 cases of potential victims of child trafficking: 31 girls and 14 boys, collected with the valuable contribution of the Child Protection Workers in the municipalities of Tirana,  Shkodër, Korcë, Bulqizë, Durrës, Elbasan, Kukës, Kamëz, Krujë, Kavajë, and Le
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In the case of a client represented by Street Lawyer, the Constitutional Court ruled that children cannot be punished for prostitution. The girl, who was taken into institutionalized child care with her siblings, came into contact with prostitution while living in a children’s home.
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This Course is designed for state and non-state anti-trafficking stakeholders and professionals involved during the exchange of information among parties: Offices of Anti-trafficking National Coordinators, Contact Points assigned for the implementation of the USOPs, potential case managers, as we
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Urgent, accelerated action needed to stop female genital mutilation, child marriage, and other practices that harm women and girls, according to new UNFPA report
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The situation of unaccompanied child refugees arriving to Greece through its land borders has already been much worse than those arriving through the sea – and it has worsened significantly with the coronavirus lockdown. 
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Terre des hommes, Albania  in the framework of the project" Improving provision of services and awareness to combat traffciking in Persons in the Balkans, Albania, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Kosovo" funded by the U.S Department  of State through the J/TIP program is organizing a webinar that wi
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In Sarajevo, in the week from June 8 to June 11, organized by the Faculty of Criminology, Criminology and Security Studies, Save the Children, UNICEF and the International Solidarity Forum - EMMAUS, as part of the EVAC (end violence against the children) project online training "Children
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Whether we are talking about child work, labour or slavery, we cover an issue that urgently needs a solution. There are 218 million children working worldwide, 152 million of whom are required to do unacceptable child
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We Are With You service manager and safeguarding lead, Sonya Jones writes about the exploitation of young kids in drug trading and the pandemic’s effect on the problem.
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Briefing Paper Number 1: Potential Impediments to the recognition of the sexual exploitation of young males under 18 years
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FIFA together with 170 teams all over the world have joined the initiative which aims to find missing children and young people. As the most popular sport in the world, FIFA and the football community aims to use social media channels to distribute videos of missing children.
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The entity police in Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Hercegovina, as a member of the International Organization ‘Amber Alert Europe’, will mark 25 May, the International Day of Missing Children, by conducting a campaign, #DontBeAnEasyCatch, which aims to educate children, especially teenagers about
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25th of May is the International Missing Children’s day and awareness raising is always important but especially now in the time of COVID-19, as there is a real concern that missing children are away for longer periods of time and being found further from home.
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On May 18, Europol’s executive director Catherine De Bolle called the attention of Members of European Parliament to the issue of child sexual online abuse due to the increased use of online applications because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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  UNICEF has raised concerns that despite government attempts, human trafficking continues to be a reality for many Albanian citizens, young girls, and children.
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Good news; the Armenian National Assembly has ratified the Council of Europe Convention on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse.
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Lockdowns, travel restrictions, resource cutbacks and other measures to curb the spread of the new coronavirus are putting victims of human trafficking at risk of further exploitation, while organized crime networks could further profit from the pandemic, according to the UN Office on Drugs and C
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Terre des hommes, Albania  in the framework of the project" Improving provision of services and awareness to combat traffciking in Persons in the Balkans, Albania, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Kosovo" funded by the U.S Department  of State through the J/TIP program is organizing the regional webi
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National Youth Agency (NYA) new research suggests that despite the initial decrease in gang activity, gangs have adapted to COVID-19.
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COVID-19 has now spread to virtually every country in the world and has a devastating impact on people, economies, health systems, and communities.
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Since 2011, in more than 130 countries around the world, 12th of April is marked as International Day for Stre
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According to a report released by Human Rights Watch, the COVID-19 crisis will have a long-term negative impact on children, though they are much less threatened by the virus than other age groups.
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While most people are trying to solve the problems COVID-19 has caused all over the world, criminals are taking advantage of the situation by putting children at increased risk of sexual abuse and exploitation. 
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The Group of Experts on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings (GRETA) report highlights the identification of child victims of trafficking and the assistance measures which are provided to them as the two biggest gaps in the implementation of the Council of Europe Convention on Action agains
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Pandemics such as COVID-19 present more opportunities for exploitation and abuse.
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According to the report of The European Committee of Social Rights Albania doesn’t meet the provisions of the European Social Charter.
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At the end of March, the European Committee of Social Rights (ECSR) published its annual conclusions about the social rights of children, families and migrants in Europe.
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It is well-known that the internet is a hiding place for abusers and criminals, especially dangerous to children using self-regulated social media sites, like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat and TikTok.
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Women’s and children’s rights have been repeatedly violated on many points in Turkey, and now lawmakers aim to cause them more harm.
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The Home Office and the Microsoft launched a new tool which identifies and blocks child grooming conversations online with the help of artificial intelligence. This tool is part of the government’s work in the UK, to fight against child sexual exploitation in all its forms.
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Save the Children has published the third report in the framework of Stop the War on Children campaign. This report elaborates on the dangers and difficulties children face in war zones and how they affect their well-being.
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This study, published by the Crisis Response and Policy Centre (Serbia), presents the outcome of the Migrant Vulnerability in Irregular Movement Project, supported by the Swiss State Secretariat for Migration.
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According to Kosovo Police, 34 operational plans were conducted from January through September 2019, with the investigation of 114 premises, which resulted in shutting down 43.
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Children face violence and abuse everyday; every fourth girl in Jamaica and every fifth girl in Europe has been a victim of sexual harassment. Unfortunately, sport is one of the most common areas where violence against and abuse of children takes place.
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These findings from Eurochild’s new report on the 2019 European Semester were launched at the Towards No child poverty in Europe 2030 event on 14-15 November in collaboration with the Bertelsmann Stiftung in the European Parliament in the presen
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The booklet for teenagers focuses on children's questions and through cases, helps you to understand sexual abuse and criminal matters.
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The Council of Europe is currently implementing a Project on protecting children from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse in the Republic of Moldova.
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On the European Day for the Protection of Children Against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse (18 November), a booklet is being published by the Hintalovon Child Rights Foundation, the Fund to End Violence Against Children, and with the participation of children, as part of the
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Facebook (and Instagram) removed millions of posts between July and September because they break their hate speech and child exploitation guidelines:
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Consortium for Street Children is organizing Conference: 30 YEARS ON FROM THE CHILD RIGHTS CONVENTION: WHERE ARE WE ON STREET CHILDREN'S RIGHTS?
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National Anti-Trafficking Coordinators and Rapporteurs from 42 countries across the Council and Europe and OSCE region, met on 22–23 October 2019, to discuss, among other thing
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The Regional TV spot is produced in the framework of the J/TiP project "Improving provision of services and raising awareness to combat Trafficking in Persons in the Balkans, Albania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Kosovo”.  SOS Hotline for Women and Children Victims of Violence Niksic is being implement
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On the occasion of the International Day of the Girl Child, introduced by the UN in 2012 and celebrated yearly on October11th, Terre des Hommes launches again the “Indifesa” Campaign.
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At the beginning of October, Europol (European Police Office) introduced its annual Internet Organized Crime Threat Assessment (IOCTA) report on cybercrime.
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Drama workshops were organized in the UK to raise awareness of criminal child exploitation, as part of the wider Greater Manchester Exploitation Week of Action.
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Child, early, and forced marriages are still widespread.
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Projekt Maramures is accused of using German teens for slave labour, rather than providing them with ‘re-education’, all at a huge cost to the
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The user's guide and training module on ‘Unified Standard Operating Procedures for Transnational Cooperation on Case Management - Based on the Annex to Bi-National Protocols for the Protection of Victims and Potential Victims of Trafficking with a Special Focus on Children’ for Albania, Kosovo, M
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On 16-17 May 2019, in Strasbourg, an international conference was held as part of the EndOCSEA@Europe project. OCSEA stands for online child sexual exploitation or abuse.
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Europol, the European Union Agency for Law Enfor
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On 27 June 2019, the Parliamentary Assembly of t
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According to the report of the International Association of Internet Hotlines (INHOPE) in 2018, 224,000 of the reported contents were illegal. According to the organization and its affiliated hotlines, the number of notifications is steadily increasing, with 14% more than in 2017.
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Join us in this webinar in SRB/BiH/CRO languages and find out about main challenges but also a
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The Council of Europe is holding a call for applications for grants to fund projects to raise awareness amongst different target groups, to prevent and combat online child sexual exploitation and abuse (OCSEA), in the framework of the project End Online Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse @ Europ
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Vulnerable young people are a high-risk group for becoming human trafficking victims.
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Bearing in mind the current media situation in Serbia, but also in the region, which is reflected in the daily exposure of children to inappropriate content in the m
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According to a recent report by the National Assistance System for Victims of Human Trafficking and the Euro
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A pilot national survey was conducted in 2018 in Scotland, analyzing public understanding of child sexual abuse. This report is a summary of findings based on over 1000 adults who took part in the survey.
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A new study on “Resilience and Vulnerability to Trafficking and Other Abuses among People Travelling along Migration Routes to Europe” published by the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) provides fresh insights into the factors that make people traveling along the Europ
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ASTRA is an organization devoted to the eradication of all forms of exploitation and trafficking in human beings, especially women and children, as well as providing support in looking for missing children.
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ECPAT in their new report warns the sexual exploitation of children in Czech Repub
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The UN Office on Drugs and Crime produced a report on trafficking trends and patte
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The FXB Center for Health and Human Rights at Harvard University (Harvard FXB) is
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The UN Office on Drugs and Crime produced a report on trafficking trends and patte
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The new ECPAT report published this month analysis the scope of sexual exploitatio
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The aim of this document is mapping and assessing the existing support services for children who
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Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe has produced a publication as a follow-up of the 17th Alliance against Trafficking in Persons conference and the recommendations formulated during the conference.
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Charity group "Right To Play" has unveiled two stunning and provocative spots to mark International Children’s Day! We are presenting you Right to Play video "We rise"! Please, feel free to have goosebumps.  
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Charity group "Right To Play" has unveiled two stunning and provocative spots to mark International Children’s Day! We are presenting you Right to Play video "Games Over Guns"! Please, feel free to have goosebumps.
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New Europol report on child trafficking provides up-to-date picture on this criminal phenomenon.
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The United Nations Human Rights Council passed the UN Guiding Principles on Busine
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The Protective Accompaniment of Children (PAC) approach is a key approach favored by Terre des hommes for all child victims and / or vulnerable to trafficking, exploitation and abuse, particularly through the Migration Program. The PAC is:  - Accompany the children to protect them
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IRC and TripAdvisor Partnership The IRC provides services to displaced persons globally. In partnership with TripAdvisor, the ‘Welcome Home’ Campaign offers new immigrants to the US assisted by the IRC an opportunity to explore and learn about their new hometown.  
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The Red Cross of Serbia marked Anti-Trafficking World Day on Monday, July 30th, at one of the educational points in Belgrade, at Ada Ciganlija, on the route leading to the beach, a Safe Zone was formed, in which all citizens had the opportunity to be informed about the problem of trafficking in h
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The number of unaccompanied and separated migrant children is constantly rising on the new Balkan route and they are highly exposed to dangers such as trafficking or exploitation.
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UNICEF has published a step-by-step guidance for businesses on how to set up their onw, internal child safeguarding policies, in order to ensure the safety and rights of children that come into contact wiht the organisation or its products and services.
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Her story, our story is a learning and awareness raising tool served in an interesting format as game playing. It was designed in the framework of the global initiative of European Union and United Nations called #SpotlightENDViolence Initiative.
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In more than 130 countries, since 2011, around the world, April the 12th is marked as International Day for Street Children.
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This publication has been produced in the framework of the project "Ending Violence Against Women in the Western Balkans and Turkey: Implementing Norms, Changing Minds” implemented by UN Women and UNDP Country Office Montenegro, with the financial assistance of the European Union.
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We are delighted to announce that the theme for this year’s International Day for Street Children will also launch CSC’s global campaign to implement the UN General Comment No21 on Children in Street Situations.
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Usain Bolt will play in Unicef's Soccer Aid game in June. The Olympic sprinter will captain the World XI, while Robbie Williams heads up the England side.