Trafficking Affecting Romani Communities, Hungary

Deadline: 8 November 2010
Open to: any person interested in roma’s rights
Fee: fully-funded places are offered in a limited number
Venue: 10 December 2010, Budapest

Since January 2009, the European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC) and People in Need (PiN) Slovakia have implemented a research project in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia on the trafficking of Romani children, men and women. The project is supported by the European Commission’s Daphne III Programme.

The research examined the current state of legislation, policies and victim support services, as well as vulnerability factors and the perceived representation of Roma among victims of trafficking in human beings in the target countries.

The aim of the conference is to discuss preliminary research results and obtain feedback on a draft English-language cross-country report. The draft report will be disseminated prior to the conference to confirmed participants.


Applicants must:

  • Have a working knowledge of English;
  • Have prior experience in the anti-trafficking and/or Roma rights field.

Submit your  CV and a maximum one page letter of interest describing why you would like to attend the conference, relevant experience and how would you and others will benefit from your participation.

Send your application to, The title of the message should be: Application to Attend Anti-Trafficking Conference.

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