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Projects

Empowerement of Migrant Women at Risk of Exploitation, Trafficking or Enslavement


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About the project:

The project aims to empower migrant women who are victims of violence and of other criminal abuse or who are at risk of falling such victims. The particular focus is on women working in hidden or enclosed environments such as households, cleaning services within enclosed hotel complexes etc.

Objectives of the project:

To equip migrant women at risk of trafficking, expoitation, abuse and enslavement workin in enclosed or hidden environments with information in order to empower them to stand for their rights, regardless their residential status.

To design and pilot new specialized services / to tailor existing ones in order to provide victims with assistance in a process of regaining control over their own life.

To address relevant public policies in order to make them more effective against perpetrators of labour exploitation and sensitive to needs of female migrant workers as well as to contribute towards awareness raising among European professionals.

Target group:

Female migrants whose destination is one of the target countries (Czech Republic, Germany, Austria).

Implementation:

December 2014 – November 2016

Program:

Funded by the the Daphne Programme of the European Union.

Reduction of risk of trafficking in homeless women


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About the project:

The objective of the project is the reduction of risk of trafficking of homeless women by the outreach research of the specifics, the analysis of the results including the research of the most effective system of prevention and help, and the dissemination of the results of the analysis in the Czech Republic.

Implementation:

September 2014 – September 2015

Program:

Supported by the Open Society Fund Praha and Norway Funds. More information at www.osf.cz,www.eeagrants.org and www.dejmezenamsanci.cz.

Optimalization of the interdisciplinary cooperation in field of protection of the victims of human trafficking and prevention


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 About the project:

The project is focused on the issue of interdisciplinary cooperation in the field of prevention of trafficking in human beings and assistance to victims of trafficking in human beings. The interdisciplinary cooperation will be analyzed and than accordingly adjusted. The project will also increase social assistance effectiveness and will increase its quality. The goal of the project is to improve prevention and assistance of victims of human trafficking and will enable better access to services for traffickied persons and to people at risk of trafficking through increased effectiveness of interdisciplinary cooperation. There are 4 expected outputs - 2 analyses, formalized interdisciplinary cooperation, 2 strategic documents will be influced by the project and quality of at least 4 social services will be increased.

Implementation:

September 2014 – January 2016

Program:

Supported by the Open Society Fund Praha and Norway Funds. More information at www.osf.cz, www.eeagrants.org and www.dejmezenamsanci.cz.

Evaluation of the Law of the Victims of the Criminal Actions and suggestions for partial measures


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 About the project:

The goal of the project is to improve the situation of the victims of criminal actions - human trafficking, hate violence and violence against women in the Czech Republic by the evaluation of the Law of the Victims by NGOs with the experience with the impacts of the law to the target group. On the base of the analysis there will be proposed the partial legislative changes. There will be also prepared a handbook for the victims with the information about the possibilities of the legal protection disseminated in the frame of the outreach services of La Strada Czech Republic.

Implementation:

September 2014 – August 2015

Program:

Supported by a grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA grants. More at www.eeagrants.org.

Addressing demand in antitrafficking efforts and policies


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About the project:

Trafficking in human beings covers a range of forms of forced labour and exploitation of women, men and children. While responses to trafficking have traditionally focused on combating the criminal networks involved in trafficking or protecting the human rights of victims, European countries are increasingly exploring ways of influencing demand for the services or products of those trafficked within their own economies and societies – for example, through criminalising clients, better control of recruitment agencies, or fair trade campaigns. This major interdisciplinary project, entitled “Addressing Demand in Anti-Trafficking: Efforts and Policies”, will examine the history, economics and politics of such measures, and explore how effective they have been in practice. Rather than restricting the analysis to narrow international legal definitions, it will analyse efforts to address demand for a range of forced and exploitative scenarios of labour and production, and draw on insights from related areas such as addressing demand for drugs, irregular domestic labour, or fair trade campaigns. The project will feed into EU and national policy-making to address trafficking.

Objectives of the project:

The criminalisation of clients, stricter controls for agencies, campaigns for fairly traded T-Shirts – these are examples of currently discussed efforts to reduce trafficking by addressing the demand side. So far, there is little research on the impact of such measures. The European research project „Addressing Demand in Anti-Trafficking Efforts and Policies” seeks to gain a better understanding in this field. The project consortium assumes that it is not sufficient to analyse situations which conform to the sophisticated legal concept of ‘trafficking’. It seeks to analyse a range of forced and exploitative scenarios and ‘import’ insights from other fields. The project aims at delivering theoretical and empirical background knowledge for political decisions on European and national levels that should ultimately eliminate or at least reduce suffering from the worst forms of exploitation.

Target group:

Victims of the Human Trafficking

Implementation:

January 2014 – June 2017

Program:

7th Framework Programme, European Commission (DG Research)

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