European Parliament's discussion on identification of children victims of trafficking for sexual exploitation in Europe
Her Excellency the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Sweden to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Johanna Stromquist, and the First Secretary of the Embassy of Sweden, Annelie Stiglund, visited the association "Novi put" today.
- Reduction of number of trafficked people B&H citizens and victims of child abuse through internet
- Empowering of potential/genuine victims of THB to seek assistance
- Strengthening of capacities of relevant anti-trafficking institutions
- Streamlining of anti-trafficking initiatives and efforts
- Awareness raising and sensitizing of general public in the Project Area about HT and child abuse through internet and related sever human rights violations;
- Awareness raising about the issue of HT and child abuse among students in chosen schools and their teachers;
- Improvement of the existing multi-disciplinary response to the THB issue;
- Sensitizing of professionals dealing with the THB issue and elimination of potential prejudices about the THB issue;
- Empowering of potential/genuine victims of THB to seek assistance and report cases of trafficking;
- Providing of information on suspicious vacancies and safe migration to those interested in migration;
The project is supported by the he State Secretariat for Migration (the SEM) and the Swiss Embassy. The beneficiaries will be informed about the phenomenon, risks and ways of protection. A minimum of 3,500 direct beneficiaries and 9000 community members will benefit from the project activities, through ongoing outreach work and face-to-face approach in the Project Area. Contacts with all relevant anti-trafficking institutions that are represented in Mostar and Sarajevo Regional Monitoring Teams for Anti-Trafficking will be regularly maintained aimed at exchange of information and streamlining of the activities. 100 lectures for 2000 students and 100 teachers, 4 round tables for 100 parents and 2 awareness raising events for youth on the issue of human trafficking and child abuse through internet will be organized. The students, teachers and parents will complete surveys for the purpose of statistical analysis to be carried out during the project and to gather concrete information from the grassroots about the current situation related to child abuse through internet and human trafficking. This analysis shall be presented to all relevant stakeholders and shall assist in drafting future strategy of “Novi put”.
Preparatory online workshop on the occasion of the launch of the awareness raising campaign about child trafficking in Bosnia and Herzegovina
The association "Novi put" organized a preparatory online workshop on the occasion of the start of the awareness raising campaign about child trafficking in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which is supported by the joint programme of the European Union and the Council of Europe "Horizontal Facility for the Western Balkans and Turkey 2019-2022" and the Project "Prevention and Combating Trafficking in Human Beings in Bosnia and Herzegovina", on February 25, 2021. The awareness raising campaign will be implemented by the Association "Novi put" in the period February-July 2021 in co-operation with the member organization of the RING network" - Foundation "Lara" Bijeljina, “Women's Rights Center “ Zenica, Association „Women of B&H“ Mostar, Association „Budućnost“ Modriča, Association of Roma Women "Better Future" Tuzla, Foundation "United Women" Banja Luka, and in cooperation with officials of state institutions and public services that have in their mandate the preventing and combating of trafficking in human beings and children, as well as other members of the Network "RING“.
25 Years after the Fourth UN World Conference on Women (Beijing), the news media remain far from being inclusive spaces for women and historically marginalized groups, preliminary results of the 2020 Global Media Monitoring Project show.
25 years after the 4th UN World Conference on Women in Beijing, women and historically marginalized groups remain largely invisible in the world’s news media, preliminary results of the 2020 Global Media Monitoring Project show. See results: bit.ly/3kFeTa0
The past five years have seen small incremental changes towards gender parity in subjects and sources particularly in broadcast news. Still, the pace of change remains glacial. See results: bit.ly/3kFeTa0
There has been significant progress towards gender balance in news reporting; women’s role as television news reporters is more prominent now than ever, with 48% of televised news being reported by women, preliminary results of the 2020 Global Media Monitoring Project show. Read more: bit.ly/3kFeTa0
In European televised news, people age 80 and over are less than 1% of subjects and sources and, of these, just under 28% are women.
In a year where #COVID19 dominated the world’s news, #GMMP2020 preliminary results show that on the Internet, women are even less visible in stories related to the pandemic than in non-pandemic news, especially in Latin America and Asia. http://bit.ly/3kFeTa0
Covid-19 presented an opportunity to investigate the gender dimensions of news during a global pandemic. One out of 4 stories is related to the pandemic, for instance, news about rising social and economic inequalities due to the novel coronavirus.
UN Women, the lead United Nations entity on gender equality, has supported GMMP thrice consecutively since 2010. “The news industry must adopt codes of conduct that define and actively redress gender discrimination and stereotyping, starting with an increase in women’s leadership within the media industry,” says UN Women Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka.
On the Internet, women are less visible in stories related to Covid-19 than in non-Covid news especially in Latin America and Asia. Only in the #Caribbean does web-published news appear to be performing better in Covid-related stories on this indicator. http://bit.ly/3kFeTa0
We organize trainings, seminars, round tables and lectures for representatives of non-governmental organizations and institutions dealing with victims of human trafficking and all forms of violence (police, social workers, judges, doctors, lawyers, school teachers, etc.)