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Let Europe face up to human trafficking in 2018

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European Resource Center

As Bosnia and Herzegovina, the partner representative of the BAN III –Balkans ACT Now, the regional project supported by the EC, MFS-EMMAUS leads BiH Project Delegation participation in the Conference organised in Belgrade, Serbia, in order to:

  • Review the state of anti-trafficking activities in each of the partner countries and wider;
  • Present findings from the five national pilot reports;
  • Enhance advocacy for the establishment of the National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings;
  • Present the developed national mechanisms of monitoring of policies and treatment of the THB victims by governmental and non-governmental
  • actors in each of the partner countries.

BIH BAN III Project delegation, which will present the state of play and sit-rep on the project implementation and pertinent findings, consists of: Ms Amela Efendić - MFS-EMMAUS Sarajevo Office Manager, Ms Hajrija Muftić Hadžiomerović- National Working Group Coordinator, Mr Eneid Hasanović National Working Group Member - Expert/MA Political science, and Mr Elmedin Muratbegović - National Working Group Member and author of the Pilot Report /the University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Criminalistics, Criminology and Security Studies- Criminology Department.

Balkan Act Now III

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