The ENPATES Platform partners adhere to the ENPATES Charter on principles, objectives, activities, membership, structure and functioning of the ENPATES Platform.

Up to date (April 2012), the ENPATES Platform consists of 26 partner NGOs, nine of which are promoters of the initiative and members of the project’s Steering Committee, and 17 other NGOs in Europe that joined the Platform.

ENPATES Partners:

NGO

Country

Organisational description

Hope and Help

Armenia

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Ayafe

Azerbaijan

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Novi Put

Bosnia Herzegovina

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Pro Vest

Denmark

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Living for Tomorrow

Estonia

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Pro-tukipiste / Pro Centre Finland

Finland

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People's Harmonious Development Society

Georgia

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Human Rights Defence Centre (KEPAD)

Greece

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Center for Protection of Victims and Prevention of Trafficking in Human Beings – PVPT

Kosovo

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Missing Persons Families Support Centre

Lithuania

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Foundation Maison de la Porte Ouvert

Luxembourg

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Femmes en Detresse

Luxembourg

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Nadheim

Norway

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ASTRA

Serbia

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Foundation Safer Sweden

Sweden

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FIZ

Switzerland

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Human Resource Development Foundation

Turkey

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