The GATE project was conceived as a process to explore, under different perspectives if, how and up to what extent the protection and guardianship systems in the 4 countries involved were effective against trafficking and exploitation for separated children.

The result of this process was intended to highlight critical aspects of each country’s system which would in turn indicate, in a replicable way at European level, how to reinforce these systems as instruments for the protection of children and the prevention of risk factors linked to trafficking and exploitation.

The process was developed in close cooperation with the 4 partners and the methodology was elaborated in such a way as to better respond to the specificities of the national contexts involved.





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