NGO

 NameContactDescription
1Association for the Development of Alternative Reintegration and Education Practices (ADPARE)Email : https://www.adpare.eu/The Association for the Development of Alternative Reintegration and Education Practices (ADPARE) is an independent non-governmental organization in Romania that works in the field of human trafficking at the level of prevention and protection of trafficked persons.
Since its establishment, ADPARE activity has been carried out exclusively in the field of human trafficking, with the following objectives:
- Development of assistance and reintegration programs for victims of human trafficking and for young people with high risk potential;
- Facilitating access to governmental and nongovernmental services that carry out similar activities;
- Facilitating access to educational and vocational systems;
- Raising public awareness of the phenomenon of human trafficking;
- Promoting the rights of victims of human trafficking.
2The Romanian National Council for Refugees (CNRR)Address: Strada Viesparilor, nr. 19, etaj 2, sector 2, București, România
Telephone: +4 021 312 62 10
E-mail: office@cnrr.ro
Website: https://www.cnrr.ro/
The Romanian National Council for Refugees (CNRR) offers legal advice and assistance for asylum seekers, monitors the procedure for determining refugee status (RSD) and manages the Romanian Center for Research and Documentation for Information in the Country of Origin (ROCCORD). Also, CNRR conducts border monitoring visits, provides training courses for the General Inspectorate of Border Police, for future practitioners and for other relevant actors in the field of asylum, through the Legal and Social Clinics. More on www.cnrr.ro
3Save the Children Romania (SCR)Address: Intr. Ștefan Furtună nr. 3, sector 1, 010899, București, România
Telephone: +40 21 316 61 76
E-mail: secretariat@salvaticopiii.ro
Website: https://www.salvaticopiii.ro/
Save the Children Romania (SCR) provides assistance to refugee children and asylum seekers, including unaccompanied minors. SCR ensures the access of refugee children to basic education, monitors their participation in school and offers additional educational support. More on www.salvaticopiii.ro
4The Jesuit Refugee Service - Romania (JRS) Address: strada Opris Ilie 54,sector 4, Bucuresti
Telephone: 0726724291
E-mail: jrsromania@gmail.com
Website: https://www.jrsromania.org/
The Jesuit Refugee Service - Romania (JRS) provides assistance to migrants and refugees, such as access to social housing, medical, social and material assistance for people of interest to UNHCR, focusing on cases with high vulnerability. More at www.jrsromania.org

5Young GenerationAddress: Str. Molidului 8, Timisoara
Telephone: +40 256 282 320
Website: http://www.generatietanara.ro/
Young Generation, an association located in Timisoara, offers legal, social, psychological and medical assistance to refugees and asylum seekers from Timisoara, mainly those housed in the Emergency Transit Central. Young Generation organizes cultural orientation sessions, leisure activities and provides support to people interested in UNHCR. More on www.generatetanara.ro


          National Authorities

 NameContactDescription
6The National Agency against Trafficking in Persons (ANITP) Address: str. Ion Câmpineanu nr. 20, et. 5, sectorul 1, Bucureşti
Telephone: 021 311 89 82, 021 313 31 00, 021 319 01 83
Telverde: 0 800 800 678, 004 021 313 31 00
E-mail: anitp@mai.gov.ro
Website: http://www.anitp.mai.gov.ro/
The National Agency against Trafficking in Persons (ANITP) was established in March 2006, to better coordinate the activity of state institutions against trafficking in human beings. The Agency has the task of coordinating the implementation of the National Plan of measures and of harmonizing national policies in the field of combating trafficking in human beings. Its objectives include the establishment of a national emergency telephone line in human trafficking issues, as well as a national (centralized) database, which will gather data received from law enforcement agencies and other institutions fighting trafficking of people
7The General Inspectorate for Immigration (IGI) Address: str. Nicolae Iorga, nr. 23, sector 1, București
Telephone: 021-311.18.21
E-mail: dimb.igi@mai.gov.ro
Website: http://igi.mai.gov.ro/
The General Inspectorate for Immigration (IGI) is a specialized structure of the central public administration in Romania, a public institution with legal personality, subordinated to the Ministry of Administration and Interior. It was established in 2012 through the reorganization of the Romanian Immigration Office in order to prevent and combat illegal immigration
8General Inspectorate of Border Police IGPFAddress: Bucureşti, Bulevardul Geniului nr. 42C, Sector 6
Telephone: 021.316.25.98; 021.318.25.92
E-mail: pfr@igpf.ro
Website: https://www.politiadefrontiera.ro/
General Inspectorate of Border Police, is part of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and is the specialized institution of the state that exercises its responsibilities regarding the supervision and control of the state border crossing, the prevention and combating of illegal migration and of the specific facts of the cross-border crime committed in the area of competence, the observance of the legal regime of the state border, passports and foreigners, ensuring the interests of the Romanian state on the inland Danube, including the Măcin arm and the Sulina canal located outside the border area, in the contiguous area and in the exclusive economic zone, respecting public order and peace in the area of competence, under the conditions laws.
9The Ministry of Labor and Social Protection Address: str. Dem.I.Dobrescu nr.2 - 4 sectorul 1 Bucureşti
Telephone: +400213158556
E-mail: relatiicupublicul@mmuncii.gov.ro
Website: http://www.mmuncii.gov.ro
The Ministry of Labor and Social Protection is organized and functions as a specialized body of central public administration, subordinated to the Government, with legal personality, having the role of synthesis and coordinating the implementation of the Government's strategy and policies in the fields: work, family, equality of chances, social protection


          International Organizations

 NameContactDescription
10CCMEAddress: 174, Rue Joseph II, B-1000 Brussels
Telephone: +32 (0)2 234 68 00
E-mail: info@ccme.be
Website: https://ccme.eu/
The Churches’ Commission for Migrants in Europe (CCME) is the ecumenical agency on migration and integration, asylum and refugees, and against racism and discrimination in Europe.
CCME aims to analyse the asylum-trafficking in human beings (THB) nexus through the prism of special needs of trafficked asylum seekers and to equip national asylum authorities and civil society organisations to tackle crosscutting issues (i.e. protection, housing, rehabilitation, psychosocial support as well as security)
Parallel to stricter immigration controls trafficking in human beings has become more visible in the past two decades as a new form of slavery. While joint efforts of authorities and non-governmental organisations and churches against this international crime have produced some results, trafficking for forced labour is still a rather unknown field. The human rights of trafficked persons are generally still insufficiently protected.
11IOMAddress:Viitorului street, nr.11
București, România
Tel: +40 21 - 210.30.50
E-mail: iombucarest@iom.int
Website: https://oim.ro/ro/
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is an intergovernmental organization that provides services and advice concerning migration to governments and migrants, including internally displaced persons, refugees, and migrant workers. In September 2016, IOM became a related organization of the United Nations.[1] It was initially established in 1951 as the Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration (ICEM) to help resettle people displaced by World War II. As of March 2019, the International Organization for Migration has 173 member states and eight observer states
12UNHCRAddress: UN House, Bd. Primaverii 48A, sector 1, 011975 Bucureşti, România
Telephone: + 40 21 201 7872 / 73
E-mail: info@ccme.berombu@unhcr.org
Website: https://www.unhcr.org/ro/
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) is a United Nations agency with the mandate to protect refugees, forcibly displaced communities and stateless people, and assist in their voluntary repatriation, local integration or resettlement to a third country
13COATNEThttps://www.coatnet.org/COATNET is a global network of Christian organizations working to combat human trafficking and help survivors of modern slavery. COATNET subsidiaries fulfill this mission, having access to adequate and timely information resources; exchange of experience and practices; involvement in common learning and capacity building; development of joint projects and campaigns; and actively influencing relevant stakeholders on necessary changes in policies and legislation.
14Anti-Slavery International https://www.antislavery.org/Anti-Slavery International is the oldest international human rights organization, founded in 1839 by British abolitionists such as Thomas Clarkson. Today, Anti-Slavery International is the only British charity working exclusively to eliminate all forms of slavery and slavery practices worldwide. Their work to end slavery is defined in the theory of change and provides work both structurally and at the grassroots level to change policy and practices, foster changes in behavior and create new social norms that allow abused and exploited people to claim their human rights
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