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Inception report Balkans ACT Now!

Project Name: Balkans ACT (Against Crime of Trafficking) Now!

20.06.2013.

This document includes the report on the activities conducted during the Inception Phase of Balkans Act Now! project supported by the European Union. This project is implemented by seven partners from six countries (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, France, FYR Macedonia, the Netherlands and Serbia) grass root CSOs dealing with the issues of trafficking in human beings and organized crime in the region of South-East Europe as well as in EU, supported by thirteen associates.

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The Inception Phase lasted from December 1st 2012 until May 31st 2013, and it included specific activities directed to fulfillment of project objectives but also served project partners to reconsider their strategy, plan their activities for the next 18 months and outline their plan for the following two years.

Project Name: Balkans ACT (Against Crime of Trafficking) Now!
Contract No: 2012-306-193
Duration of the Framework Partnership Agreement: 48 months
Duration of the grant for implementation: 24 months
Location: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Serbia, France, the Netherlands
Leading partner: ASTRA-Anti trafficking action, Serbia
EU Contribution: €500.000,00
Contracting Authority: EU Commission

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