We call today upon all European governments to implement the
10 points of action described below to ensure
that trafficked persons can access their right to
compensation and to remove the
obstacles that prevent them from doing to.
This campaign is part of the Balkans ACT NOW II project which
focuses on monitoring national anti-trafficking policies
and the improvement of access to compensation
for victims of human trafficking and other violent crimes.
Open gate/ La Strada- Vacancies
To Say YES for better life of all refuges
To Say YES for better life of all refuges, YES for recognitions of their human rights
On the 20 th of June the World Refugees Day – the day of all people, who are force to say good bye for its homeland, for their first love, friends, family members, mother, father …… to leave part from their life.
Millions of children never will forget and cope with the trauma that they survived, through the heal they gone in the unknown. To ask ourselves how much they are guilty because of the different reasons are displaced from their homes, tortured? Even though it is commonly spoken for the human rights, adopted conventions, laws, directives and strategies however today many people and children do not have the opportunities to enjoy it. In the name of World Refugees Day, Open Gate in the Reception centres at Vinojug/Gevgelija and Tabanovce and in the Center for Asylum seekers organize variety of activates with the migrants/refugees and the asylum seekers that are in Macedonia amongst which : sports activate, visits of the ZOO in Skopje, children games, traditional food and etc. Through these activates Open Gate would like to say YES for better life of all Refugees, Yes for recognitions of their human rights.
Tdh press release on the current situation in Tabanovce
Recruitment of National Staff for the Open Gate/ La Strada Terms of Reference International Women’s Protection Consultant
Today, on World Day against Trafficking in Persons, LSI reminds that the best way to protect trafficked persons is to ensure that their rights are respected and promoted!