Cooperation memorandum signed with the Center for Protection of Trafficking Victims

Representatives of the Center for Protection of Trafficking Victims and Jesuit Refugee Service have signed a memorandum of cooperation today, which defines future joint activities.

Representatives of the Center for Protection of Trafficking Victims and Jesuit Refugee Service have signed a memorandum of cooperation today, which defines future joint activities.

Ms. Sanja Kljajić, Director of the Center, said that the singing of this agreement represents defining future joint action in the protection of human trafficking victims, refugee children under the age of 14.

“This agreement is another good example of cooperation between the government and non-government sector in the protection of refugees and asylum seekers,” said Adrian Nikačević, Serbia JRS director.

JRS established the Integration house Pedro Arrupe which will take care of unaccompanied children under the age of 14 in the next three years.