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Identification of Victims of Trafficking in Human Beings in International Protection and Forced Return Procedures (2013)

This focussed study examines how (potential) victims of trafficking in human beings are identified in the EU Member States and Norway in procedures for international protection and in forced returns of rejected applicants for asylum. The study also provides an overview of how the identification of a (potential) victim of human trafficking results to other residence granting procedures. Furthermore, the study contains information about the numbers of victims identified in this way and about related educational and training activities and manuals for workers coming into contact with (potential) human trafficking victims in international protection or forced returns procedures.

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