Implementierung eines Verhaltenskodex gegen Kinderhandel und Kinderprostitution

Contract partner: respect - Institut für integrativen Tourismus und EntwicklungCountry: Rumänien Funding amount: € 61.000,00Project start: 01.07.2005End: 31.07.2007

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Overall goal

Das gegenständliche Projekt "CODE OF CONDUCT ANTITRAFFICKING IN CHILDREN" in Bulgarien und Rumänien baut auf dem 2004 von der OSCE/OCEEA gestarteten Anti-Trafficking Programm "Public-Private Cooperation in the Prevention of Trafficking in Human Beings" auf.

Der vorliegende Projektantrag bezieht sich auf die konkrete Implementierung eines bereits gemeinsam mit Unterstützung von respect national erarbeiten und adaptierten Code of Conduct (freiwillige Selbstverpflichtung), schwerpunktmäßig mit der Tourismuswirtschaft in Rumänien und Bulgarien. Im Zentrum stehen dabei Bewusstseinsbildung, Unterzeichnung des Kodex durch einzelne Unternehmen, Training für Tourismusfachleute, Ausdehnung der Aktivitäten auf die Region in der Schwarzmeerküste und auf verwandte Sektoren (z.B. Transportwirtschaft, geplant für das 2. Jahr) sowie Schulung von MultiplikatorInnen (NGOs, LehrerInnen in (Tourismus)fachschulen.

project number8108-07/2005
source of fundingOEZA
sector Staatsführung & Zivilgesellschaft, allgemein
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