enHancing rEcovery and integrAtion through networking, empLoyment training and psychological support for women victims of trafficking

HEAL

 

PROJECT HEAL

The general objective of HEAL is to facilitate the integration of third country national women victims of trafficking. These women were brought to European countries for the purpose of sexual exploitation. To do so, the project develops  a comprehensive healing process based on competence-building, psychological support to women, and enhanced
cooperation between key actors.

PROJECT OBJECTIVES

Networking +

Collaboration

To encourage networking and collaboration between key actors working with women victims of trafficking, fostering a shared understanding of the identified needs and rights among women victims of trafficking, employers, and support service providers.

Recovery +

Integration

To foster third-country national women victims of trafficking’s employment related skills and psychological recovery through an innovative Recovery and
Integration Programme.

Awareness

Raising

To raise awareness among third-country national women victims of trafficking about the rights and services they are entitled to, and among the general public about the importance of integration to counteract human trafficking.

ACTIVITIES

RESEARCH

 

Mapping exercise and field needs assessment to document profile and needs of third-country national women victims of trafficking; and the nature of support services and market demands in Italy, Greece, Spain
and Romania.

NETWORKING

 

Two local round table discussions and a European Networking Day with the participation of the HEAL Commissions in order to gain a common understanding of the needs and expectations of the three target groups – TCN VoT, support service providers and employers.

RECOVERY

+ INTEGRATION

Development and delivery of the Recovery and Integration Programme – art therapy and employability training sessions – as well as an online database to match women’s skills to employers’ demands, transferred to a selected service provider to ensure sustainability.

AWARENESS

RAISING

Online and on-site awareness raising, including local and international exhibitions of fanzines, peer-to-peer sessions, winter school, and final international conference.

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OUR PARTNERS

Via Roma, 94
90133 Palermo, Italia
Tel: +39 0916164224

Fax: +39 0915640816

E-mail: info@cesie.org
Via Giuseppe Marcora, 18/20 – 00153 Roma
Tel. +39 0669770301-2-3 Fax +39 066783559
E-mail: libera@libera.it 

 

 

Carrer de Guàrdia, 14, 08001 Barcelona
Tel: +34 93 342 83 80
Skoufa 75 Athens, 10680 Greece 
Tel: +30 210 3637547 / Fax: +30 210 3639758
 Strada Ion Ghica 30 400306, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

FUNDING PROVIDED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION

This project was funded by the European Unions Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund – Grant Agreement
no. 863631

PROJECT COORDINATOR - CESIE

Via Roma, 94 – 90133 – Palermo, Italy
Website: https://cesie.org
E-mail: justice@cesie.org
The general objective of HEAL is to facilitate the integration of third country national women victims of trafficking. These women were brought to European countries for the purpose of sexual exploitation. To do so, the project develops a comprehensive healing process based on competence-building, psychological support to women, and enhanced cooperation
between key actors.

 

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