International Migrants Day, December 18th, 2014

The General Assembly of the United Nations,   has established December 18th as International Migrants Day. On December 18th, 1990 the General Assembly adopted the "International Convention for the Protection of the Rights of All Migrants and Members of Their Families."
People that the crisis has led them to the path of migration, seeking a better future, demand respect of their personality, their dignity and rights altogether.
This mobile population is vulnerable against the organized crime that takes the form of traffickers and leads to bad transport conditions with known distressing results. This population is vulnerable against abuse, unpaid and uninsured work.
A fundamental condition for the sake of these people from abuse and inhuman exploitation is the commonly accepted principle that their rights must be safeguarded. The First Reception Service  prioritizes  the safeguarding of the rights of migrants, subjecting them to relevant reception procedures in principle to respect their character and dignity. The first reception procedures as developed and systematized by FRS is compatible with the international obligations of our country and the European acquis. Centered on respect for the human being and dignity, hope into a reality to protect the rights of every citizen, the person who has the privilege to live and work in a developed economy and those leaving the base, striving to find a routine more viable.