Research paper on Understanding Public Knowledge and Attitudes towards Trafficking in Human Beings – Part 2
This Center for Policy Studies publication explores how survey respondents answered a series of agree/disagree statements in relation to various issues associated with trafficking in human beings.
While religious radicalization in Albania is in its early phase, lack of attention and inclusion in addressing ‘push’ or enabling factors may serve to aggravate the phenomenon, according to this Institute for Democracy and Mediation study.
As the agenda of the Visegrad Group has become significantly Europeanized, the upcoming Czech Presidency of the V4 has bigger chance to influence policies at the European level, according to this analysis released by the Association for International Affairs.
This Centre for Policy Making and Research paper reviews the institutional set up of the public accountability system in Macedonia, reviews the current challenges and needs for improvements, and assesses the level of awareness of citizens of different mechanisms for holding government accountable.
‘Vulnerability of Roma’ in Policy Discourse on Combatting Trafficking in Human Beings in Serbia: Perspectives of the National Policy Actors
This Center for Policy Studies paper presents the results of research on national anti-trafficking policy actors’ discourses on ‘vulnerability of Roma’ to trafficking in human beings in Serbia.
The measures needed to achieve the goals spelled out in the European Commission’s proposed strategy for creating an energy union may become the object of discord between member states, according to this Institute of Public Affairs report.
This Center for Policy Studies report explores the mechanisms of three forms of child trafficking in Hungary – begging, pickpocketing and sexual exploitation of children – by focusing on Roma victims.