COALESCE: GENDER SPECIFIC PSYCHO-SOCIAL, LEGAL AND ECONOMIC SUPPORT AND ASSISTANCE TO MIGRANT WOMEN VICTIMS OF TRAFFICKING FOR SEXUAL EXPLOITATION
Since January 2021, European Network of Migrant Women is partnering in a project titled COALESCE, funded by the AMIF Fund and led by the Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies in Cyprus.
Other partners in the project are: Immigrant Council of Ireland, Caritas and Refugee Council of Cyprus, Solwodi in Germany, Klaipeda Centre of Lithuania, Iroko Onlus of Italy and Marta Centre of Latvia.
The objective of COALESCE is to provide support to the female migrant victims of trafficking in human beings for sexual exploitation in Europe by providing gender-specific psycho-social, legal and economic support and assistance to third-country national women victims of sex trafficking, and to develop synergies and complementarities in facilitating needs identification, assistance and support, and improve transnational cooperation among front line professionals and practitioners.
The project aims to place the voices and authentic opinions of trafficked women at the centre of its implementation.
WORLD DAY AGAINST TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS. RECALLING CEDAW CONVENTION ARTICLE 6 AND ITS GENERAL RECOMMENDATION N 38
30 JULY 2021