This Fanzines Book is a collection of 43 fanzines created by women survivors of trafficking, from across 4 EU countries (Italy, Greece, Spain and Romania).
CHILDREN FIRST organised an online creative public contest with audio-visual collages, short theatre or musical performances on DVD, poems, comics or photography realized by young people
The Children First consortium realised an E-Learning course for teachers and educators, a theoretical and practical course aimed at strengthening teachers’ existing capacities and understanding on how to identify and tackle school-related gender-based violence.
The present guide aims to support Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), services providers and Public Authorities to develop successful and integrated services for Third Country National women Victims of Trafficking for sexual exploitation (women VoT) to enhance their social integration and labour market integration.
The present Training material is designed to guide experts and stakeholders, namely support service providers, to support third-country-national women victims of trafficking with knowledge and skills in employability and entrepreneurship.
The Children First consortium developed awareness raising and educational youth-led campaign in order to promote messages of gender equality and inclusion and tackle commonly held gender stereotypes that shape gender dynamics among children and young people.
The CHILDREN FIRST Online Game is addressed to children and young people, and aims at supporting them in challenging rigid social norms and gender stereotypes, while promoting gender socialization and healthy relationships.
The Curriculum aims at enhancing the cultural advisors’ capacity to provide guidance to professionals working in support services handling sexual violence and GBV against migrant women/girls.
The Capacity Building Programme has the aim to increase professionals’ awareness of the ways in which cultural background influences GBV, as well as different aspects of procedures such as disclosure/reporting of abuse/violence.
The objective of this transnational Research Report is to provide knowledge about human trafficking among youth in partner countries of the project, its methods of advancing, its exploitation and the different practices for emergence, identification and support for young victims.
The present Toolkit is designed to guide experts and stakeholders, namely support service providers, in their support to women during the healing process after traumatic experiences related to trafficking.
The European Anthology of good practices and future recommendations summarises the good practices and challenges as emerged from the needs assessment with third-country-national women victims of trafficking for sexual exploitation and the results of local and transnational networking with support service providers and employers
This public report on the roundtables is part of the activities aiming at promoting a common understanding and networking among the three different target groups, namely third-country national women victims of trafficking, support service providers and employers in Italy, Spain, Greece and Romania.
The current report presents the national situations of the profiles and perceived needs of third-country national women victims of trafficking, support service providers and employers, as well as the rights, available services women can benefit from and employability services in Italy, Greece, Romania and Spain.
Innovative strategies and intervention methods for motivating young mothers to re-enter education, including guidelines for working with parents and peers and emergency management.