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ARECHIVIC workshop
Within the framework of the ARECHIVIC project the Center of the Study of Democracy organised a Workshop to discuss work in progress in the area of evaluation of programs for integration of children victims of trafficking. The workshop was held in Sofia on 29-30 March 2012 and was attended by project's advisory board members and representatives all six project partner institutions: CENSIS, Italy, Crime Victim Compensation and Support Authority, Sweden, Ludwig Boltzmann Institute, Austria, People in Need, Slovakia, University of Pecs, Hungary and CSD, Bulgaria. Seminar participants presented research results following national evaluations of programs for integration of children victims of trafficking and shared opinions regarding national systems of monitoring and statistical investigation as well as national approaches to guardianship and long-term reintegration. Seminar discussions were focused on the gaps identified in the systems for integration of children victims of trafficking at national level and on recommendations for improvement of these systems. Additional topics discussed at the seminar include: Methodology for identification of good practices in the area of assistance of children victims of trafficking; development of web based tool to assist national and EU stakeholders working in the field of support of trafficked children.

Workshop participants:

Loes van Willigen, Advisory Board Member
Evgenia Markova, Advisory Board Member
Alexandra Malangone, People in Need, Slovakia
Timea Stranska, People in Need, Slovakia
Prof. Istvan Szilard, University of Pecs, Hungary
Erika Marek, University of Pecs, Hungary
Luigi Bellesi, CENSIS, Italy
Anna Italia, CENSIS, Italy
Gudrun Nordborg, Crime Victim Compensation and Support Authority, Sweden
Chrystal Kunosson, Crime Victim Compensation and Support Authority, Sweden
Astrid Winkler, Ludwig Boltzmann Institute, Austria
Andrey Nonchev, CSD, Bulgaria
Mila Mancheva, CSD, Bulgaria
Kamelia Dimitrova, CSD, Bulgaria
Svetla Encheva, CSD, Bulgaria
Teodora Lukanova, CSD, Bulgaria
Bilyana Dramanliyska, CSD, Bulgaria

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* Project co-financed under the Directorate General Justice, Freedom and Security; Directorate D; Fundamental Rights and Citizenship. Sole responsibility lies with the author and the Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained herein.

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