On 18 October, the EU Anti-Trafficking Day, ten European civil society organizations received the Child10 Award at the Royal Castle in Stockholm, Sweden. GAF is among the awarded organizations selected from over 130 nominations across Europe. The Award acknowledges GAF impactful work against human trafficking and other forms of commercial sexual exploitation of children and was presented by Her Majesty Queen Silvia of Sweden.
According to the UNODC Global Report on Trafficking, one in three victims of trafficking is a child. Human trafficking is now ranked as the world's third most profitable crime category after drugs and weapons. The organisations recognised and receiving the Award today all work in extremely challenging environments in a field that is under-resourced and often hidden due to the nature of the crime.
– In the wake of the pandemic and with the climate crisis, wars and ongoing conflicts, children today are more vulnerable than ever. Collaboration and impactful solutions are, therefore, of the utmost importance to protect children and secure their rights. The organizations honored today demonstrate that it is possible to achieve a world where no child is a victim of trafficking and exploitation and in doing so, underline the crucial role of civil society to protect vulnerable children, both in Sweden and in Europe, says Jacob Flärdh, Secretary General of Child10.
The Child10 Awarded Members have been working together throughout 2022 to identify best practices, develop effective and durable solutions to joint challenges and find a collective voice to do stronger advocacy together.
– This year's winners are all dedicated experts in the fight against human trafficking and sexual exploitation of children in Europe.
Child10 Awarded Members 2022:
Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Croatia
Child Focus, Belgium
Gender Alternatives Foundation, Bulgaria
Network Against Human Trafficking, Germany
Protect Children, Finland
Society Ključ, Slovenia
The summative dimension of the evaluation strategy focused on the quality of materials and corresponding training events perceived by participants. It focused on satisfaction of participants with the training, the degree expectations were met and learning experiences and successes of participants. In addition, the evaluation also aimed at the medium-term impact of the trainings in terms of sustainable learning results and transfer of learning contents into practice. For this reason, two evaluation questionnaires were created.
Read more: Evaluation report of BASE tools
The BASE Final conference had the following agenda:
The BASE tools for child-friendly support in cases of sexual and GBV against migrants
The experience of Cultural Advisors/Community Advocates
Read more: D5.5 BASE Transnational Conference
PROTOCOL OF COOPERATION
for the development of inclusive migrant and refugee child-friendly support services in cases of sexual and gender-based violence
Protocols of Cooperation were signed under the BASE project between the Gender Alternatives Foundation and State and Municipal institutions and organizations. The purpose of this Protocol of Cooperation is to encourage and support the cooperation among the signatory Parties for the development of inclusive migrant and refugee child-friendly support services in cases of sexual and gender-based violence under the relevant International, European and National legislation.
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