Human trafficking is a challenge in Estonia. At the same time, more cases of sexual abuse of children and adults have been revealed over the last years.
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“Human trafficking has no respect for borders. It is a transnational crime, and it requires a transnational response.”
“We see more labour exploitation, and it is difficult to detect it,” is the powerful message ahead of the ‘Putting victims first’ conference.
In Bulgaria an estimated 900 000 women suffer from domestic abuse every year. The lack of support services for victims will now be addressed.
The Czech Republic is the fourth largest beneficiary of the EEA and Norway Grants and has been allocated €131.8 million in the current funding period. Recently eight of the fifteen programmes in the country were signed.
Find key facts, summaries and partnership information about supported projects under the EEA and Norway Grants on the project portal on our website.
The EEA and Norway Grants are a key partner of this year’s Fundamental Rights Conference -a high level annual event, organised by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA).
“The most exciting part is still ahead of us”, said Norway’s Ambassador to Romania, Tove Bruvik Westberg, at the launch of the Grants in Romania.
17 October is the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty - a good time to reflect on how we are working to alleviate poverty and exclusion.
Polish public entities and non-governmental organisations can now apply for funding from the Polish domestic and gender-based violence programme. Financed by the Norway Grants, the programme helps Poland tackle an issue it has been struggling with for many years.