“Ewaa” warns against fake job offers

The Abu Dhabi Center for Shelter and Humanitarian Care (Ewaa) warned against being led by fake job offers that lead to falling into the trap of human trafficking, and revealed that it provided support to 182 cases during the first half of this year, including 18 cases of human trafficking.

In detail, the Center warned against fake job offers, calling on job seekers to carefully research the company’s information, verify its authenticity, beware of fictitious and unrealistic promises, not pay any sum of money to apply for a job, read the contract carefully before signing, and trust their intuition.

He asked community members, if they suspect a case of human trafficking, not to hesitate to contact him on the hotline 800-7283.

The Center affirmed its keenness to extend a helping hand and support to victims of human trafficking in the UAE, as its role is to protect and care for them and provide its services to everyone who needs them, indicating the expansion of its partnerships to support its role in providing comprehensive and integrated services to beneficiaries, as its efforts during the current year included the signing of a memorandum of understanding. With the Abu Dhabi Police General Command, to organize the reception of cases, organize events related to human rights, and exchange experiences, in addition to a memorandum of understanding with Zayed University to enhance knowledge exchange, exchange experts and specialists, and spread awareness.

Statistics issued by the Center showed that various services were provided to victims of violence, abuse, and human trafficking in 182 cases during the first half of this year, which opened doors of hope for their victims and allowed them to start a new and dignified life.

The types of cases received by the center were divided into 122 cases of domestic violence, 42 cases of violence against children, and 18 cases of human trafficking. The center hosted 57 cases in its shelters during the same period, and provided them with integrated care, rehabilitation and empowerment services. It also succeeded in reintegrating 77% of the cases into society by the end of the second quarter of the year, and the percentage of female cases reached 85%.

Statistics showed that during the past year, it provided 302 legal counseling and support services, 182 social services including empowerment and reintegration, 120 safe shelter services, 78 family counseling services, 66 community awareness and education services, 52 psychological support services, and received 432 reports via the hotline 800. SAVE (800 7283). The number of cases of violence that the Center referred last year to the competent authorities in the relevant sectors, after evaluating each case individually, reached 88 cases.

“Ewaa” indicated its keenness to provide proactive services and care for the cases received by it, and to prepare a case management framework for all categories approved in the center, and models and policies according to international best practices, noting that people come to it as victims of violence who feel betrayed and ashamed, and carry heavy burdens that they cannot bear. Alone, and working with them to build new beginnings filled with hope and positivity.

3 factors that lead to violence

The Abu Dhabi Center for Shelter and Human Care (Ewaa) identified three factors that lead to violence, including the individual, the family, and society, noting that these factors differ according to age and type of violence, as factors related to the individual include being a victim of previous violence, or being exposed to aggressive behavior at an early age, Or uses drugs, alcohol, or tobacco, has a low IQ, has antisocial beliefs and attitudes, is exposed to violence and conflict within the family, has a low income, has been subjected to physical abuse in the past, or suffers from unemployment, in addition to the desire for domineering. And control.

Family-related factors include harsh or lenient methods of discipline, inconsistency in providing guidance and direction, lack of parental involvement in education, weak emotional attachment to parents or caregivers, marital disputes, instability of marital life or divorce, financial pressures and abnormal family relationships. Dealing with aggressive and anti-social people, in addition to parents who have not completed secondary education, while society-specific factors include norms and stereotypes that are not equal between the sexes, social norms that encourage violence towards others, income inequality, and weak health, educational, and economic policies and laws. And social.

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