Здружение ЕСЕ


   Здружение за еманципација, солидарност и еднаквост на жените.





COVID-19 Pandemic & Its Impact for Victims & Survivors of Trafficking in Persons

The current COVID-19 outbreak has drastically affected the lives of millions around the globe. While health responses are a priority, concerns have emerged on the short and long-term impact that the pandemic and the measures taken to control it have and will likely have on the crime of trafficking in persons and its victims, including with respect to:

  • *Hindered access to healthcare for victims who may be more or less exposed to the virus;
  • *Exacerbating risks for already vulnerable groups of individuals, including women and girls, people on the move affected by travel restrictions, children at greater risk of family separation, as well as persons directly impacted by disruption of economic activities and reduced livelihoods options
  • *Decline in remittances, as well as disruptions to family and social safety networks;
  • *Increasing prevalence of sexual exploitation online and use of technology to facilitate criminal conduct;
  • *Hindered access to services and support for victims and survivors, due to temporarily closed shelters and disrupted services by NGOs and service providers;
  • *Diverted law enforcement resources in investigating and responding to trafficking in persons, as well as reduced inspections leading to decrease in identification of cases, including of trafficking for labour exploitation;
  • *Delayed identification of victims;
  • *Delayed access to justice, including postponement of trials, causing significant disturbances in the conduct of proceedings before criminal, civil and administrative courts to the detriment   of victims’ rights;
  • *Risks that the return of victims of trafficking to their countries of origin may be delayed or, on the contrary, precipitated, even if the persons concerned face serious health and protection risks in the countries of return.


COVID-19 & Global Food Security - Gender

This new book compiles key insights and analysis on how the global pandemic is affecting global poverty and food security and nutrition, food trade and supply chains, gender, and employment, as well as reflections on how we can use these lessons to better prepare for future pandemics

Direct Link to Full 144-Pagr 2020 Publication:


Извор: WUNRN - 11.08.2020


COVID-19, Conflict & Sexual Violence: Reversing the Burden of Proof

Sexual violence in armed conflict, while prohibited by international humanitarian law, remains a brutal reality. Sophie Sutrich, ICRC’s Head ofAddressing Sexual Violence, highlights the effects of conflict-related sexual violence on its survivorsand discusses the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic 

ICRC – International Committee of the Red Cross


Also Via SVRI – Sexual Violence Research Initiative

June 19, 2020 - Sexual violence is a well-known side effect of emergencies, and the COVID-19 pandemic is no exception. People already affected by existing humanitarian emergencies presently face a serious aggravation of intersecting vulnerabilities to health, economic and protection risks.

Among these protection threats there is a clear and increased risk of violence, neglect, sexual exploitation and abuse, discrimination and social exclusion as a result of the compounding impacts of the virus and its secondary effects.



Фискална Транспарентност

Социјална отчетност за родова еднаквост

Човекови права во здравствена заштита

Семејно насилство 

Центар за правна помош

Здравствен информативен центар