29 October 2014 Building Up Rule of Law
BAN Human Trafficking mobile application out now!
Bulgarian lawyers trained in providing legal aid and representation to victims of trafficking in Bulgaria
24 October 2014On 21, 22 and 23 October, 23 lawyers were trained in Sofia to provide legal aid to trafficked persons and defend their interests and rights during criminal and other legal proceedings.
Expert meeting “Trafficking in human beings: impact on the victim”
17 October 2014On October the 9th and 10th in Jahorina, Bosnia-Herzegovina, experts in issues related to human trafficking came together for the meeting “Trafficking in human beings: impact on the victim”.
Promotion of the Right of Trafficked Persons: Reports from Bulgaria, Romania and Slovakia
12 June 2014The NHC is proud to present three individual country reports on the current situation in Bulgaria, Romania and Slovakia with regard to the legal position of trafficked persons.
First Judgment Awarding Compensation for A Victim of Trafficking in Serbia Issued and Executed
10 March 2014In February, the Court of Appeals in Novi Sad confirmed the judgment of the Novi Sad Basic Court in civil proceedings ordering four individuals sentenced for trafficking in human beings to jointly compensate the plaintiff, victim of human trafficking, to the amount of RSD 1,000,000 (approximately €8620) on account of non-material damages.
Balkans ACT Now! presented at HDIM
30 September 2013In a statement on 30 September, the NHC presented the Balkans ACT Now! project at the Human Dimension Implementation Meeting of the OSCE.
Balkans Declaration signed in Zagreb!
19 September 2013The Balkans Declaration on Trafficking and Exploitation of Human Beings was signed on September 19, 2013 in Zagreb, Croatia. The event was organized under the project BALKANS ACT (Against Crime of Trafficking) NOW! of which the NHC is a partner.
“BALKANS ACT NOW!” publishes situation analysis of human trafficking
11 September 2013The project "BALKANS ACT (Against Crime of Trafficking) NOW!", of which the Netherlands Helsinki Committee is a partner, has published a detailed situation analysis of human trafficking in Croatia, Bosnia, Serbia, and Macedonia.
Judicial authorities in Albania and Bosnia-Herzegovina focus on victims of human trafficking
14 August 2013Judges, prosecutors and judicial academies in Albania and Bosnia-Herzegovina will be supported by the Netherlands Helsinki Committee to make sure the rights of victims of human trafficking are guaranteed during judicial procedures.
Start Anti Human Trafficking project in Bulgaria, Romania and Slovakia
01 February 2013In January 2013, The Netherlands Helsinki Committee has started with the implementation of the anti-trafficking project “Promotion of the Rights of Trafficked Persons in Bulgaria, Romania and Slovakia with Emphasis on Legal Support – A Human Rights-Based Approach”.