The FLOW project promotes a holistic approach to the prevention and investigation of trafficking in human beings (THB) in conjunction with economic crime and engages businesses in the prevention of THB. The project partners include European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control (HEUNI) from Finland, The Center for the Study of Democracy (CSD) from Bulgaria, University of Tartu and Ministry of Interior of Latvia.
The aims of the project are:
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The general objective of the UproEU project is to advance the comprehensive studies of EU law. Taking into consideration the corner stone of the project UproEU – engaging young talent to promote comprehensive understanding of EU law – we are engaging current law students and recent graduates in organizing and teaching courses, coaching mooting teams, researching and writing publications on EU law. We believe that this approach of engaging our young professionals guarantees a much wider impact on the students, the legal market and the community. Young EU law professionals develop organically with the project. With this we engage young talent to promote comprehensive understanding of EU law – youth with a professional EU law attitude – UproEU.
Services and Rights for Victims of Crime project participants are six countries that present different victim support models and victim protection cultures. The countries include Italy, Spain, Romania, Germany, Estonia, and Portugal, all presenting highly qualified expertise. The University of Tartu (Estonia) is the main SeRV project coordinator.
Project activities include Research and Analyses, Strategic Plan Development, Model Identification and Transnational Exchange.
Project outcomes include more cooperation, best practice exchange and better service provision henceforward on different levels, such as: for victims, for service providers, for policy makers on national and EU level and for general public.
The project partners are from Italy, Cyprus, Spain and Germany, and the main coordinator is the Psychoanalytic Institute for Social Research from Italy. In Estonia, the project is implemented by the School of Law of the University of Tartu.
Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme