Identification of victims of trafficking in human beings in international protection and forced return procedures: EMN Inform

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This EMN Inform summarises the main findings of the EMN Focussed Study on Identification of Victims of Trafficking in Human Beings in International Protection and Forced Return Procedures.

The aim of the Study was to examine whether, and how, potential victims of trafficking in human beings are detected and identified in these procedures in (Member) State.

The inform proivdes an overview of both applicants for international protection and ‘failed’ applicants in forced return procedures who have received a (final) negative decision on their application(s) for protection or have abandoned the procedure.

The Synthesis Report is based on the findings presented in 24 National Reports and developed in collaboration with the European Commission, EMN NCPs and the EMN Service Provider.

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Author(s):European Migration Network
Publisher:Directorate General Home Affairs, European Commission
Publication Date:13 Mar 2014
Geographic Focus:Europe
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