Associations "Novi put" and "Žena BiH" in partnership with the RING Network marked the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, 2 December within the Campaign 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence.
Forty-five representatives of 35 women’s rights, migrant rights, and anti-trafficking organisations from 28 countries met on 3-5 April 2019 in Bangkok, Thailand, to discuss the successes and failures of current initiatives to prevent human trafficking and unsafe migration.
This report is the outcome of media gender portrayal and representation in stories about gender-based violence and stories about the economy published in two mainstream newspapers in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Dnevni list and Dnevni avaz,
Novi put representative attended the 2018 Trust Conference hosted by the Thomson Reuters Foundation in November 2018. The Conference gathered frontline defenders and human rights activists from across the world and was committed to fining real solutions to fight slavery, empower women and advance human rights worldwide.
The endeavours of Novi put staff to prevent and combat human trafficking and to advance fundamental rights and create more just and inclusive society were recognized globally and a representative of the Association was invited to take part at the Human Rights Defenders World Summit 2018 that was held in Paris in October 2018.
Representatives of the association Novi put attended the NGO Platform meeting, International Platform expert meeting and training on early identification, protection and safe return of victims of human trafficking that was held in Sophia, Bulgaria in October 2018.