Generatie Tanara (UngaLiv)

ECOSOC Status: None
Type: NGO working on Crime
Address: Calacea village, Nr.224, Ortisoara Locality, Timis County; administrative office: Timisoara, Molidului Street, Nr.8, Timis County
Country: Romania
Region: Europe
UN Languages: Russian, Spanish, English, French, Arabic
Other languages: Italian, German, Serbian, Hungarian, Farsi
  • Counselling
  • Education
  • Prevention
  • Training
  • Victim Protection
  • Anti-Human Trafficking
  • Criminal Justice
  • Legal Assistance

  • Other:'Health, Human Rights and Smuggling of migrants'
Short description:
Association “Generatie Tanara” is a non-governmental, non-profit organization. Their objective is to promote and to implement the Children Rights according to the international agreements signed by Romania in the field of Children and Family Protection. The Association supports and promotes the establishment of necessary services and institutions to protect the child and family’s rights collaborating with: local and central specialized institutions, home based and foreign governmental organizations, home based and foreign nongovernmental organizations. They work to prevent trafficking in human beings through a program partnership in schools, rural communities, governmental and nongovernmental partners. They provide assistance services to the persons, victims of trafficking in human beings. We maintain collaborations with home based and foreign associations, foundations, federations and other organisms having a similar purpose.
So far GTR assisted a number of 1562 victims, of which 1112 till 2007 and 450 from 2007 till 2010. Of the total number 62% are Romanian citizens, 29 Moldavian, 9% aliens.
In terms of country of origin: Bulgaria, Bolivia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Moldavian Republic, Serbia, Guinea, Eritrea, Honduras, Germany, Colombia and Cameroun. They were all victims of THB (trafficking in human beings) for the purpose of sexual exploitation 81%, 11% forced labour, 8% organized crime (begging industry, steal, and robbery).
Assistance the asylum seekers or refugees in need of moral and legal support programs to reintegrate them socially and professionally.
Regarding this type of activity, our most important project was the Andijan Uzbeks Humanitarian Evacuation Operation that took place between 28 July 2005 and 31 July 2006. This association acted as UNCHR’s implementing partner and today continue to be.
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