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  • The anti-trafficking initiative developed by the Rațiu Center for Democracy (initially named “Not for Sale! Choose for your own sake!”, in 2006) was awarded with a Certificate for Good Practice in Social Responsibility Partnerships at the “Acționăm Responsabil” Gala.
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  • Learning to Prevent Human Trafficking Training Sessions for Young Women from Ploieşti and Constanţa
    40 young women from Ploieşti and Constanţa are attending this September two training sessions on the topic of human trafficking (informing and advocacy).Read more

  • THE 2013 TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS (TIP) REPORT Read the report

  • If you’d like to be an integral part of this program or learn more about our survivor assistance efforts, we invite you to support us on our global giving page. All donations are tax deductible in the United States, and every bit of support makes a huge difference in the lives of the women with which we work!Click here to donate!

Footsteps away from human trafficking - Stay Free!

“Footsteps away from human trafficking - Stay Free!” is a Rațiu Center for Democracy program that encourages and supports human trafficking survivors, advocates for the better implementation of anti-trafficking legislation and works with community members to fight modern day slavery.

Started in 2006 as “Not for sale – Choose for your own sake,” the program focused mostly on prevention and awareness campaigns. In 2013, the program was re-branded as “Footsteps” in order to respond to the more recent needs present in Romanian society. The current program facilitates access to medical, legal, psychological, literacy, and vocational services for survivors.

The “Footsteps” anti-trafficking program is supported by the Rațiu Family Charitable Foundation, London, UK and is partnered with organisations and institutions who share the goal of prohibiting slavery, including through forced labor and human trafficking, banning torture, and stopping inhumane and degrading punishment or treatment.

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