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Participants of HESTIA project gathered in Riga for their first meeting

02.03.2015

To discuss the further activities of HESTIA project, the representatives of all countries participating in the project — Ministry of the Interior (Latvia) NGO “Shelter “Safe House”” (Latvia), NGO “Mittetulundusühing “Living for Tomorrow”” (Estonia), NGO “Caritas Lithuania” (Lithuania), Immigrant Council of Ireland (Ireland), Ministry of Interior of the Slovak Republic (Slovakia),European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control, affiliated with the United Nations (HEUNI) (Finland) — gathered for the first meeting that took place on February 5-6 in Riga. Associated partners of the project: State Police (Latvia), Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Latvia), Department of Justice and Equality (Ireland).

The aim of the event was to meet project partners and learn about the work of institutions and organisations represented by them within the framework of the project; inform the public about the project, discuss the progress of project implementation with partners; plan the events of the project planned in the first half of 2015; get acquainted with issues related to the use of project funding, preparation of reports. 

Project "Preventing human trafficking and sham marriages: A multidisciplinary solution" (HESTIA) has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. Grant Agreement Nr. HOME/2013/ISEC/AG/THB/4000005845. #HESTIA_THB

An implementation of HESTIA project was launched on 1 January 2015. #HESTIA_THB

Information prepared by: Rasa Saliņa, Public Relations Specialist of the project HESTIA, e-mail: rasa.salina@gmail.com. Publishing 25.10.2015.

HESTIA first meeting, 5.-6.02.

In order to solve the problem of sham marriages in Latvia and Europe the Ministry of the Interior (MoI) with the support of Directorate General of Home Affairs of European Commission (EC) "Prevention of and Fight against Crime Programme" has launched a project HESTIA in activities of which public and non-governmental organizations of six countries - Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Finland, Slovakia and, Ireland are involved. From 5 to 6 February the first meeting of the representatives of the project’s Member States is organized in Riga in order to discuss HESTIA future activities and plans. Project "Preventing human trafficking and sham marriages: A multidisciplinary solution" (HESTIA) has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. Grant Agreement Nr. HOME/2013/ISEC/AG/THB/4000005845. #HESTIA_THB

HESTIA first meeting 5.-6.02. | Cilvektirdznieciba.lv
HESTIA first meeting 5.-6.02. | Cilvektirdznieciba.lv
HESTIA first meeting 5.-6.02. | Cilvektirdznieciba.lv
HESTIA first meeting 5.-6.02. | Cilvektirdznieciba.lv
HESTIA first meeting 5.-6.02. | Cilvektirdznieciba.lv
HESTIA first meeting 5.-6.02. | Cilvektirdznieciba.lv
HESTIA first meeting 5.-6.02. | Cilvektirdznieciba.lv
HESTIA first meeting 5.-6.02. | Cilvektirdznieciba.lv
HESTIA first meeting 5.-6.02. | Cilvektirdznieciba.lv
HESTIA first meeting 5.-6.02. | Cilvektirdznieciba.lv
HESTIA first meeting 5.-6.02. | Cilvektirdznieciba.lv
HESTIA first meeting 5.-6.02. | Cilvektirdznieciba.lv
HESTIA first meeting 5.-6.02. | Cilvektirdznieciba.lv
HESTIA first meeting 5.-6.02. | Cilvektirdznieciba.lv
HESTIA first meeting 5.-6.02. | Cilvektirdznieciba.lv