October 31, 2022

Within the European Union Day Against Human Trafficking, the Office of the National Coordinator Against Human Trafficking has launched the awareness campaign with the motto “Don’t be silent”.

The heads of the most important institutions of the country have on this occasion called for joint commitment and coordination of actions to fight this negative phenomenon, which affects the whole world.

The President of the Republic of Kosova, Vjosa Osmani Sadriu in her speech emphasized that the launch of the awareness campaign against this crime testifies to the readiness of our institutions to face this extremely harmful phenomenon for society.

Kryeministri Albin Kurti ka thënë se, kjo ditë na shërben që të zotohemi bashkë të gjithë për çrrënjosjen e kësaj dukurie. Kurti theksoi se institucionet e Republikës së Kosovës kanë punuar ndër vite dhe po vazhdojmë të punojmë në avancimin e infrastrukturës ligjore dhe mekanizmave tjerë të nevojshëm në luftimin e këtij krimi.

Meanwhile, the Minister of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation, Arbërie Nagavci, spoke about the cooperation of MAShTI with other governmental and non-governmental institutions regarding the organization of various awareness-raising activities in schools, the integration of this topic in educational curricula and subject programs, training of teachers of different subjects, as well as raising the capacities of schools to deal with this topic with intercurricular and extracurricular approaches.

Minister Nagavci also paid special attention to the work of the Ministry of Education in creating facilities for the reintegration of victims in the education system, based on the legislation in force.

The representatives of security and order institutions, the prosecutor’s office, embassies, the Office of the Council of Europe in Pristina, etc, also joined the call for coordinated actions of our institutions and international ones for better mobilization in the fight against this dark phenomenon that seriously violates human rights.

Last modified: October 31, 2022

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