"Strengthening civil society in combating human trafficking in Mongolia" was implemented from 2013 to 2015 under the financial support of the European Union and Human Security Policy Studies Centre.
The overall objective of the project was to create and support a civil society network in Mongolia to develop effective joint actions to combat human trafficking and uphold the human rights of survivors.
The specific objectives of the Action:
- To enhance and protect the rights of the most vulnerable sectors of society.
- To support civil society in promoting and protecting human rights, as well as enhance its participation in lawmaking process;
- To support the prevention of human trafficking and sexual exploitation, and assist affected victims in society
Target groups: (i) Civil society organizations working in the field of anti-trafficking, (ii) Anti-trafficking police unit, criminal judges and lawyers, (iii) Ministry officials and Members of Parliament, (iv) Youth and the general public
Final beneficiaries: (i) Victims of human trafficking (and their families) and witnesses, (ii) Youth and the general public (including potential victims of trafficking), (iii) Civil society organizations working in the field of anti-trafficking
Accordingly, the project had three Expected Results, as described below.
Expected Result 1: A network of anti-human trafficking NGOs has been created and trained
Expected Result 2: Law enforcement officers have participated in training and are better prepared to combat trafficking
Expected Result 3: Advocacy and awareness raising activities have been directed at the responsible government agencies and the public