The grants will fund projects designed to raise awareness among the public, particularly in regions which are prone to risk of human trafficking for the purpose of labour exploitation and/or people at risk or people in vulnerable circumstances prone to such risk, or specific groups at risk of labour trafficking. Such raising campaigns might target for example seasonal workers, construction workers, textile workers, shoemakers, workers in hospitality and catering industries or youth wishing to work, or working, in the country or abroad, or potential trafficking victims among foreigners in North Macedonia, who are working in construction, agriculture, forestry, hospitality, catering industries, etc. Project proposals shall be accompanied by a draft budget, amounting to a maximum of 15,000 EUR. Read more here.
Source: Delegation of the EU to the Republic of North Macedonia