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The members of the network are selected on the basis of the following criteria (i.e. one or more of them combined where possible): 

  • The stakeholder has relevant experience in the area of migration or trafficking in persons;
  • It consistently applies a human rights-based, victim-centered and non-discriminatory approach in all matters concerning women VoT and their assistance and protection as well as towards migrants and vulnerable persons in general;
  • It is active on national and/or grassroots level or on international level;
  • It demonstrates a commitment to learning, accountability and improving performance and can prove the added value it can bring to the network;
  • Its daily work contributes – either directly or indirectly – to the economic integration of women VoT at the local, national, or European level;

It is an organization with specific knowledge and experience on (i.e. one or more of them combined where possible):

  • Feminism and gender analysis, human rights, women and children rights, migration and inter-culturalism;
  • Socio-psychological support;
  • Working in a multicultural environment;
  • Working with women, ideally with vulnerable women, migrant women and/or with women victims of gender-based violence;
  • Labour market, entrepreneurship and self-employment;
  • Basic knowledge of languages used by women apart from the destination country language.

The members of the network are selected on the basis of the following criteria (i.e. one or more of them combined where possible): 

  • The stakeholder has relevant experience in the area of migration or trafficking in persons;
  • It consistently applies a human rights-based, victim-centered and non-discriminatory approach in all matters concerning women VoT and their assistance and protection as well as towards migrants and vulnerable persons in general;
  • It is active on national and/or grassroots level or on international level;
  • It demonstrates a commitment to learning, accountability and improving performance and can prove the added value it can bring to the network;
  • Its daily work contributes – either directly or indirectly – to the economic integration of women VoT at the local, national, or European level;

It is an organization with specific knowledge and experience on (i.e. one or more of them combined where possible):

  • Feminism and gender analysis, human rights, women and children rights, migration and inter-culturalism;
  • Socio-psychological support;
  • Working in a multicultural environment;
  • Working with women, ideally with vulnerable women, migrant women and/or with women victims of gender-based violence;
  • Labour market, entrepreneurship and self-employment;
  • Basic knowledge of languages used by women apart from the destination country language.
  • Access to a platform for exchange of knowledge, good practices among Network members (multidisciplinary cooperation between different actors; plurality in terms of knowledge and expertise; variety of services provided).
  • The Network will promote the work and the policy changes supported by its members. Networks have increased legitimacy among policy makers and other institutional actors since their lobbying power is stronger.
  • Networks have also increased legitimacy among donors since they present a cost-effective and accountable vehicle for maximizing their impact. Such legitimacy will be reflected on you as a member of the TOLERANT Network.
  • Access to a platform for networking opportunities, brainstorming sessions and ongoing consultations which could lead to proposal submissions i     n the field of combatting trafficking.
  • Access to a platform to disseminate projects’ results, deliverables, policy recommendations and other interesting materials.
  •  Sign the Membership Declaration to approve the Invitation to the network and confirm your organisation’s commitment towards the network’s goals and beliefs.
  • Appoint a contact person from your organisation and share his/her contact details.
  • Share your organisation’s basic information to be uploaded in the website (www.tolerantnetwork.com).
  • Participate in one event (e.g. general meeting or thematic discussion event) per year.
  • Share relevant information about your national context (optional) once every three months in the TOLERANT NETWORK newsletters produced.
  • Provide a short summary of the current legislation about trafficking of human beings in your country and contribute to keeping it updated.