All the time in the world, will never be enough

All the time in the world, will never be enough     There comes a time for everything, and in October it was time for the final meeting of IRETI – “Empowering women and strengthening socioeconomic integration”. Many hours have been spent together planning, implementing and finalizing this project. After two years of collaboration between … Continue reading All the time in the world, will never be enough

“Unity is strength, division is weakness.”

“Unity is strength, division is weakness.”– Swahili Proverb    What is the biggest challenge you see in the worldtoday? People seem to be more divided than united in the understanding of most topics on the agenda today (climate change, migration, health care etc....).When following the media and the inventive comment sections of online platforms, it makes … Continue reading “Unity is strength, division is weakness.”

If you believe in something, it will happen!

Since 14th of May I started my mobility, within the Erasmus + program, in Salamanca (Spain) where I spent two months, it was in fact until July. There, I have been working as assistant project of several European project such as uCivic and Siep, but the principal one was the project called “IRETI -Empowering Women … Continue reading If you believe in something, it will happen!

Federica, flyed to Bucharest through IRETI project, shares her two-month experience

Federica spent two months in Bucharest participating in the IRETI project. She did her traineeship in some Romanian organizations focusing on data analysis and communication through social media and learning more about migration and human trafficking.    "I did not know anything about Bucharest, but I was ready to let me surprise by it. And … Continue reading Federica, flyed to Bucharest through IRETI project, shares her two-month experience

FINN Conference – Malta

The Freedom Is Not Negotiable (FINN) conference took place in Malta, St. Julian’s, on the 16th of March 2019, and was organized by Cross Cultural International Foundation (CCIF). CCIF is a non-profit organization that has been stationed in Malta since 2012, and it is one of the organizations that H.R.Y.O is cooperating with on many … Continue reading FINN Conference – Malta

Prevention of trafficking in human beings – a conference with a special focus on victims from Nigeria

  Nigeria is a source, transit and destination of human trafficking, and especially when it comes to sexual exploitation of women and children. On a global level, Nigeria is the largest source of trafficked human beings, where most of them are trafficked to Asia and Europe for sexual exploitation.  The people who are trafficked are … Continue reading Prevention of trafficking in human beings – a conference with a special focus on victims from Nigeria

REST – Refugee Employment Support and Training

In the recent years the European labor market has been facing many different challenges, including skill shortage, ageing workforce and lack of motivated apprentices. The high number of refugees that have entered Europe in the recent years might be a solution to these problems – however companies are hesitant to hire refugees due to their … Continue reading REST – Refugee Employment Support and Training

Human trafficking has become a global concern

Human trafficking has become a global concern; it affects every continent and every type of community and economy. It has become a significant problem considering 161 countries are reported to be a source for human trafficking, a transition or destination countries for human trafficking. There are many challenges that exist in helping the women that … Continue reading Human trafficking has become a global concern

Now back in England, slightly sad to have left Palermo

IRETI: Palermo, Month 2     As I write this, my 2 months in Palermo have already, sadly, come to an end- but the work we have started has only just begun.   With the aim of my 2 months in Palermo being to learn about the realities of the sex trafficking of Nigerian women … Continue reading Now back in England, slightly sad to have left Palermo