Development of the ARIADNE website, exchange of good practices, and raising awareness against trafficking in human beings in SE and E. Europe. 

This project aims at providing better services to victims of trafficking by exchanging good practices among the ARIADNE Network members and other stake holders and by raising awareness among the general public and vulnerable groups of the population. It will also aims on disseminating information through the development of the ARIADNE website and increasing the visibility of the Network.

The main activities envisaged under this project are:

a. Elaboration and development of the ARIADNE website. The website will be developed so as to include information about ARIADNE partners, various network activities, good practices, news about national events/ educational seminars, publications, general information on national, regional and international legislation, useful information about available assistance to victims in each country, sponsors, etc.

b. Workshop for the exchange of good practices among the ARIADNE partners on counter trafficking activities and assistance to victims. The outcomes of this meeting will be used as the basis for the “good practices” manual.

c. Publication of a good practices manual in English, to be later translated into local languages. ARIADNE partners will collect data and present good practices developed and adopted by their organizations. Good practices will cover a number of related topics such as: assistance to victims, raising awareness and prevention activities, re- integration of victims etc.

d. Organization of targeted local awareness raising events in all countries of the partners/members of the network. Partners will evaluate local needs and will organize targeted events. On the occasion of these events partners will distribute information material (posters, leaflets, etc) in local languages regarding available services to victims and potential victims of trafficking. The information material will differ in each country according to country-specific needs and will be targeted to vulnerable groups, potential victims and organizations having direct access to victims.