Trafficked and Exploited Minors between Vulnerability and Illegality (TEMVI)
The EU Commission funded project TEMVI - Trafficked and Exploited Minors between Vulnerability and Illegality. Forced criminal activities as a new form of exploitation in human trafficking: knowledge and human rights based practices (HOME/2013/ISEC/AG/THB/400000549) has been implemented from September 2014 until August 2016.
The project has envisaged a series of actions such as:
- research and analysis of the impact of trafficking for the purpose of exploitation in forced criminal activities on the partner countries (Italy, Romania, Hungary and France);
- Multi-agency trainings to be carried out in Italy, France, Hungary and Romania;
- Analysis and exchange of the results of the research on the phenomenon and on the practices identified, to be carried out through 3 transnational meetings, aimed at the construction of a transnational prototype (agency-specific and multi-agency) of best practices on the recognition-identification,referral and protection of victims. In addition to sharing the methodology for developing operational protocols to help victims;
- Development of models of operational multi-agency protocols to help victims of forced criminal activities, with particular reference to Roma minors;
- Dissemination of the project’s results and deliverables that include the publication and the video, among the target group and the direct and indirect beneficiaries.
The overall budget is € 482.112,12. The Project coordinator is the Human Rights Centre of the University of Padova.