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Type of document: Report
Topic: Evaluation
Policy and Planning
Geographic descriptors: Albania, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Ukraine
Language: English
Publisher: IOM
Date of publication: May 2001
Long Abstract: This research focuses on the human rights dimension and the protection of, and assistance to, victims of trafficking. Its specific aims are to identify and analyse protection and assistance schemes for victims of trafficking in ten selected European states, to develop good practices related to these schemes, and to evaluate the impact and propose action for their improvement. The ten countries covered by the study comprise six Member States, two Candidate States (Czech Republic and Hungary) and two so-called Third Countries (Albania and Ukraine). These countries are at different stages of implementing protection and assistance mechanisms, and thus the research enables comparisons to be drawn and gaps and best practices to be identified. The research was primarily based on the analysis of secondary sources relating to the ten countries, including previous reports and articles; legislation, policies, and infrastructure; and information on good practices. It makes recommendations for the protection of victims of trafficking in terms of social assistance, law enforcement, prosecution of traffickers, protection of the human rights of victims and integration and reintegration of victims, and better cooperation among actors involved in this protection.
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