EU PROJECT

Scandinavian Human Rights Lawyers partners in Anti-Trafficking EU-project:

HUMAN TRAFFICKING CASES ARE complex, multi-dimensional and many times implies several legal procedures in origin
and destination countries as well. There is a strong need for competent legal representation in the judicial matters
involving victims of human trafficking.

NEWS EU PROJECT

Human trafficking, sexual abuse and violence – how can we cooperate to make a change?

On October 5, 2017 the European Court of Human Rights decided to close the case of C.A. and P.A. v. Sweden (75348/16) as the Swedish authorities have now assured the European Court that a 28-year-old mother and her 6-year-old daughter will not be transferred to Italy but will have their application for asylum examined in Sweden. The European Court of Human Rights therefore considers that the family is no longer at risk of inhumane and degrading treatment or slavery in the form of trafficking in human beings in Italy, thus closing the case.

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Human trafficking, sexual abuse and violence – how can we cooperate to make a change?

The #MeToo campaign has spread throughout the world and raised a huge debate, even in Sweden. How can we support and protect victims of sexual abuse, domestic and honor-related violence and human trafficking? How can stakeholders cooperate to make a change?

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Invitation to press conference about the Swedish midwife case 12 April

Scandinavian Human Rights Lawyers cordially invite you to a press conference about the Swedish midwife case on conscientious objection for medical staff and its implications for Sweden and Europe. The background of the case is that Ellinor Grimmark has sued the County...
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Workshop & Study Visit Uppsala Sweden

A workshop & study visit was organized in Uppsala Sweden between 9-10 March 2017 as part of the transnational project Strenghtening multidisciplinary cooperation to ensure an effective referral,...
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