Support victims of human trafficking in Serbia Support victims of human trafficking in Serbia Protection  of missing children Protection  of missing children

ASTRA - Anti trafficking action (ASTRA - Akcija protiv trgovine ljudima)

Org #33310
Vetted since 2016 Site Visit Verified
2002
year founded
$13,091
raised on GlobalGiving
3
years fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

ASTRA is a local grass-root non-governmental organization dedicated to the eradication of all forms of trafficking in human beings, especially in women and children, as well as an efficient search for missing children and protection of children after they have been found, applying a comprehensive approach, with the aim of eliminating this specific form of violence by promoting a society free of all forms of exploitation, violence, discrimination and economic and social inequalities.

Projects (2)

Protection  of missing children
Serbia / Children
 
Project Leaders
Marija Andjelkovic
Marija Andjelkovic
Katarina Ivanovic
Katarina Ivanovic
Team
Marija Andjelkovic, Dijana Spasojevic, Ivana Radovic, Lidia Vujicic
Organization Information
Carice Milice 15
Belgrade, 11 000
Serbia
+381 11 785 0001

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #0270790648
Organization Information
Carice Milice 15
Belgrade, 11 000
Serbia
+381 11 785 0001

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #0270790648

Project Reports

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Apr 3, 2019
Who really protects the children and their rights
A mother of a 6-year girl contacted European number for missing children in Serbia. By a court decision, she was appointed as a guardian, but she is not in position to exercise her rights, because the...
Apr 3, 2019
Labour exploitation is real
Besides the direct victim assistance, the important function of ASTRA SOS Hotline is prevention of human trafficking and violation of workers right. More and more citizens are contacting ASTRA on...
Dec 14, 2018
We need to do more!
We were all in situations in which we were asking ourselves whether we could do things differently or better and what would have happen if we... when is the turning point when the things became bad...
 
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