"Asociatia pentru Dezvoltarea Practicilor Alternative de Reintegrare si Educatie (ADPARE)"

este o organizatie nonguvernamentala independenta din Romania care lucreaza in domeniul traficului de persoane la nivel de prevenire si protectie a persoanelor traficate.


De la infiintare si pana in prezent activitatea ADPARE s-a desfasurat exclusiv in domeniul traficului de fiinte umane, obiectivele de lucru fiind urmatoarele:

  • Dezvoltarea de programe de asistenta si reintegrare pentru victimele traficului de persoane si pentru tinerii cu potential de risc crescut;
  • Facilitarea accesului la servicii guvernamentale si nonguvernamentale care desfasoara activitati similare;
  • Facilitarea accesului la sistemele educationale si vocationale;
  • Sensibilizarea opiniei publice in legatura cu fenomenul traficului de persoane;
  • Promovarea drepturilor victimelor traficului de persoane.

Principii de lucru

Respectam persoanele cu care lucram si tinem cont intotdeauna de urmatoarele principii de lucru:

  • Confidentialitatea
  • Dreptul la autodeterminare a persoanelor asistate
  • Profesionalism
  • Abordare multidisciplinara
  • Creativitate
  • Transparenta
  • Responsabilitate


The Association for the Development of Alternative Practices for Education and Reintegration (ADPARE) is an independent NGO (non-governmental organization) in Romania working in the field of human trafficking at the level of prevention and protection of trafficked individuals.



” A human being is a universe.”

Since its foundation until the present, ADPARE activity has been held exclusively in the field of human trafficking, its work objectives being:

  • The development of assistance and reintegration programs for human trafficking victims and for young people with high risk potential;
  • Facilitating access to government and non-governmental services that carry out similar activities;
  • Facilitating access to educational and vocational systems;
  • Raising public awareness about human trafficking;
  • Promoting the rights of human trafficking victims.

Work Principles:

  • Confidentiality
  • The right to self-determination of assisted individuals
  • Professionalism
  • Multidisciplinary Approach
  • Creativity
  • Transparency
  • Responsibility

Short History

The Association was founded in 2003, having as founding members psychologists and social workers with experience in assisting victims of human trafficking, adults with mental health problems, domestic violence victims and individuals deprived of natural and common liberties. The experience of the ADPARE team in assisting victims of human trafficking began in 2001, when the ADPARE founding members were part of the support team for the Transit Assistance Center (CAT) for women victims of human trafficking in Bucharest, center founded and coordinated by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), the Mission in Romania.


Providing alternative reintegration services for young people in high risk situations.



If you want to help victims of human traffiking in their efforts to reintegrate or to support a project that promotes values of solidarity and responsability you can donate a sum of many  that will go where needed.



ADPARE is a nongovernmental, non-profit association, based on the volunteer work of its members. You can get involved in a volunteer programs run by ADPARE.

Legislative Tools




An efficient action to fight against trafficking in human beings will take into consideration developing information/raising awareness activities on the phenomenon and associated risks designed for the general public or vulnerable categories of population (women, young people, and persons belonging to groups at risk for social exclusion).



Human trafficking is a widespread transnational phenomenon, heavily influenced by migration, social and economic contexts in the countries of origin, transit and destination. The phenomenon’s intense dynamics make the efforts to efficiently prevent and combat its existence difficult.

Assistance Programmes


ADPARE has as main field of activity the implementation of complex assistance programmes with the purpose of increasing social inclusion for its beneficiaries, victims of trafficking in human beings.

Annual Reports