The sector comprised 56 projects and funds in 10 countries with grant allocations amounting to approximately €45.7 million. The programme aimed to reduce social and economic inequalities in the EEA, with a focus on specific vulnerable regions and vulnerable groups. The programme was also intended to enhance cooperation between communities on either side of the … Read more
Assessed achievements of the previous project phase (TACT III – Transnational Actions against Child Trafficking). Developed a monitoring system for the implementation of the €2.3 million CPSN and drafted a monitoring and evaluation plan.
The original aim of the FACT project was to reduce the risk of child trafficking by focusing specifically on children at risk of trafficking, and to repatriate victims of child trafficking from Russia. Research revealed that increased risk of child trafficking was found to be closely associated with the difficult socio-economic conditions affecting many families … Read more
Evaluation of the project ‘Fight Against Child Trafficking in the Republic of Moldova’ (FACT)for UNICEF Moldova.
ROM monitoring of projects funded by the European Initiative for Democracy and Human Rights in Serbia and Kosovo: (1) Mine clearance; (2) ‘Rehabilitation of Torture Victims and Torture Prevention’; (3) ‘Promoting Minority Rights in the Future through Reparation for Human Rights Abuses in the Past’.
Contributed analysis on the added value of implementing projects within the framework of the Action Plan.
The project aimed to enhance the role of young people in local human rights-related advocacy and local decision-making processes. It also aimed to build confidence between different ethnic groups within and between project countries. Project activities focused on vulnerable and marginalised groups, including women and internally displaced people.
These programmes covered, respectively, Roma community – local authority mediation; and Roma community participation in local decision-making processes. The evaluation covered Bulgaria, FYROM, Hungary, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, and Ukraine. The programmes emphasised gender and active and meaningful participation of women in decision-making processes.