Baltic Sea Region
                Comprehensive Assistance to Children
                             Victims of Trafficking
                    BSR CACVT Training Programme

      International seminar 5: Stockholm, 13 – 14 September 2007

    Reintegration in old environment or integration in a new context

Realised with the support from

                             Oak Foundation

Thursday the 13th of September


Ms Deyana Kurchieva
Project coordinator, psychologist, clinical social worker and trainer. Experienced in training
both adults and children on the topic of trafficking prevention. Country coordinator in the
Counter Trafficking Response Programme.

Diana Radeva, Clinical Psychologist and social worker with the Animus Association. Animus
was established in 1994 as an NGO assisting victims of violence. The association is part of La
Strada - European Network against Trafficking in Women implementing prevention activities as
well as offering direct assistance and long term support to victims. Diana is responsible for the
prevention activities at Animus. Apart from training she continues to do counselling.

9.00   Welcoming remarks.
       Ambassador Anders Oljelund, Swedish Ambassador on Combating Trafficking in
       Human Beings. Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs
       Ms Erica Neiglick, National Contact Point, Swedish Ministry of Justice.
       Ms Anniki Tikerpuu, Chariperson to the WGCC. Estonian Ministry of Social Affairs.

9.30   Brief update on the WGCC programme on Unaccompanied and Trafficked Children in
       the Region of the Baltic Sea States. Mr Lars Lööf, Head of Children’s Unit, Secretariat
       of the CBSS.

9.40   Introduction of today’s work

9.45   Psychological and physical consequences of trafficking experiences
       Case study:
                   a. assessment of short and long-term needs of children survivors of
                   b. developing an individual plan
                   c. networking
                   d. referring
                   e. creating alternatives for life

11.00 Coffee
11.30 Needs and capacity assessment. Establishing rapport with the child

13.00 Lunch

14.00 Designing the work plan

15.30 Coffee

16.00 Facilitating change, monitoring and closing the case, discussion

17.15 End of the day’s work

19.00 Festive dinner
Friday the 10th of November

9.30   Summing up the work of the first day, questions and discussions.

9.45   Developing independent living skills
       Developing vocational skills

10.30 - 11.00 Coffee

11.00 Ongoing continuous evaluation

12.00 Summing up, questions and discussions.

12.30 Lunch

13.30 Diploma ceremony.
      Ms Maria Larsson, Minister for Elderly Care and Public Health

14.30 Group feedback on the training
      Moderated by Mr Lars Lööf

15.15 Coffee

15.30 Group feedback continued.

16.00 End

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