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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Police officers, NGO staff, medical professionals and other social services staff were brought to­gether to a 4-day GBV capacity building training, in order to strengthen their know­ledge, skills and compassion to better help the GBV survivors and to improve the effective and effi­cient coopera­tion between them. Having identified the existing gap regarding focusing on the child...

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Stronger protection in migration hotspots to guard against human trafficking Human trafficking remains a grave concern in the European Union. It is also one of the protection challenges in the migration hotspots where various initiatives are aiming to help address the phenomenon. To mark EU Anti-Trafficking day on 18 October, the European Union Agency for Fundamental...

 Violence against women still all too common Women continue to be plagued by violence, harassment and hate in their daily lives. It affects women in all walks of life, online and off from the home to the workplace to the street. The ground-breaking 2014 survey from the European Union’s Agency for Fundamental Rights revealed the scale...

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