„Prevenirea traficului de ființe umane pe rute europene. Cazul României” – Bucuresti, 25 septembrie 2017

Centrul European pentru Educație și Cercetare Juridică și Fundația Friedrich Ebert România, alături de Ambasada Republicii Federale Germania, Ambasada Regatului Țărilor de Jos, Ambasada Suediei, Ambasada Israelului, Ambasada Statelor Unite și Ambasada Marii Britanii în România, organizează cea de-a IV-a ediție a evenimentului „Împreună împotriva traficului de persoane”, având ca temă de dezbatere „Prevenirea traficului de ființe umane pe rute europene. Cazul României” – ora 9:30, la Hotel InterContinental, Sala Rapsodia. La dezbatere vor participa magistrați și avocați, ofițeri de poliție, inspectori de muncă, funcționari publici, medici, cercetători și profesori, reprezentanți ai ONG-urilor (Associazione Donne Romene in Italia – ADRI), precum și diplomați străini din România. @Radio Romania

Together against Human Trafficking: Preventing Human Trafficking in European Supply Chains. A Case for Romania (25 September 2017)

This event aims to be an annual debate forum developed in order to facilitate a stronger and more coordinated response to trafficking in persons in Europe. The 4th edition addresses the main challenges encountered by the Romanian, British, Dutch, German, Israeli, Swedish, and U.S. actors involved in preventing and combating trafficking in persons, as well as the need to redesign inter-institutional cooperation. The event gathers magistrates and lawyers, police officers, labour inspectors, public servants, physicians, researchers, NGO’s representatives, as well as foreign diplomats in Romania. The discussions are encouraged, being held under the rule of Chatham House.

fb2This conference is fully funded by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Romania and it is organized with support of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Embassy of the United Kingdom, the Embassy of Sweden, the Embassy of Israel and the U.S. Embassy in Bucharest.

Speakers:
1. Silvia TĂBUȘCĂ, Project Coordinator – European Center for Legal Education and Research Silvia Martis Tabusca);
2. Michael WEICHERT, Resident Representative of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in Romania and the Republic of Moldova;
3. Aimée COMRIE, Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC);
4. Jan VAN DIJK, 1st Vice-President of Group of Experts on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings (GRETA), Council of Europe, Strasbourg;
5. Russell ASHENDEN, Legal Attaché/Federal Bureau of Investigation – FBI’s Representative in Romania, U.S. Embassy in Romania;
6. Dalia AVRAMOFF, Prosecutor, Coordinator of Trafficking in Persons and Victims’ Rights, Former Senior Deputy to District Attorney of Tel Aviv, Israel;
7. Alina ALBU, Chief Prosecutor of the Department for Combating Organized Crime, Directorate for the Investigation of Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT), Romania;
8. Thomas AHLSTRAND, Deputy Chief Prosecutor of the International Public Prosecution Office in Gothenburg, Sweden;
9. Cornel CĂLINESCU, Director, National Agency for the Management of Seized Assets (ANABI), Romania;
10. Valeriu NICOLAE, Former Special Representative for Roma Issues of the Secretary General Thorbjørn Jagland, Council of Europe, Strasbourg Valeriu Nicolae);
11. Angel TÂLVĂR, President of the Romanian Parliament’s Anti-Trafficking Group, Romanian Parlament;
12. Iulia HĂLĂNGESCU, Vice-President, Pakiv European Roma Fund, Sweden Iulia HD);
13. Silvia DUMITRACHE, President, Associazione Donne Romene, Italy Silvia Dumitrache);

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14. Veaceslav SARAMET, Secretary of State, Ministry for Romanians Everywhere;
15. Adrian PETRESCU, Former Director, National Agency Against Human Trafficking;
16. Radu NICOLAE, Member of the Romanian Working Group on Human Trafficking and Smuggling Radu Nicolae);
17. Bernie GRAVETT, Director, Specialist Policing Consultancy, UK;
18. David Allen SCHLAEFER, Political counselor, U.S. Embassy in Romania;
19. Katalin KIBEDI, Former Prosecutor & Secretary of State, Romanian Ministry of Justice.

This conference is fully funded by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Romania and it is organized with support of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Embassy of the United Kingdom, the Embassy of Sweden, the Embassy of Israel and the U.S. Embassy in Bucharest.

Ambasada Germaniei Bucureşti
U.S. Embassy Bucharest
British Embassy Bucharest
Embassy of the Netherlands in Romania
Embassy of Sweden
Embassy of Israel

European Center for Legal Education and Research

 

 

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