Frivilligt arbejde med Menneskerettigheder i Argentina: Månedsrapport
Månedsrapporter fra 2015
The report for June describes our work with the girls at Quisqui. It also includes volunteer stories.
The report for April includes three volunteer stories that mention the work done at the Human Rights placement in Argentina.
This month’s report includes three volunteer stories and highlights three ongoing projects our volunteers have contributed toward.
During the month of January we welcomed lawyer, Armando Acosta Lera, to the Human Rights office. Armando will facilitate all the work done by Human Rights volunteers in Argentina. In this report you will find two reports written by our volunteers who participated during the month of January.
Månedsrapporter fra 2014
This month’s report highlights one of our most successful campaigns. The HIV campaign was aimed at building awareness among homeless people in Cordoba..
This month’s report highlights the work volunteers have done on the Law & Human Rights project. They share their experiences and give you an insight into the day-to-day activities.
This month the collaboration between Projects Abroad and the NGO Basta De Trata focused on the preparation of a presentation about human trafficking and especially labour human trafficking, for a group of immigrants who have come to Argentina looking for a job and in general better living conditions.
This month, activities in CeCam were very successful. We started out with job training, then switched our main topic to sexual education. In general, only a few girls have been in the facility at a time.
Over the last month the Law & Human Rights Office has seen many changes in regard to the way in which we work with the homeless population Cordoba. As was written in May's newsletter, last month the Law & Human Rights volunteers, along with Martin and Victoria, had a meeting with the Government.
Quisquisacate is a residential care facility for girls between 7 and 14 years old. They have been removed from their homes by the order of the courts for different reasons such as abuse, poverty and abandonment. At the age of 14 they are moved to another facility or they may return to their families if the court decides so.
It has been another great month with the girls at CeCam. We have become closer friends, and we are having a lot of fun together.
We keep on working hard in the Law & Human Rights office! A special thanks to the volunteers who contributed to this month’s newsletter. And thanks to the readers for their on-going support! Happy reading!
We keep on working hard in the Law & Human Rights office! Thank you for your on-going support and for all of the hard work of the volunteers. We hope you enjoy the latest newsletter! to the programme.
Welcome to the first newsletter of 2014! The Law & Human Rights project here in Argentina celebrated it‟s first birthday on January 1st. We would like to thank all volunteers who have been a part of the programme in the past year for all of their hard work and contributions to the programme. We could not have done it without you!