MORE ‘TRAFFICKING’, LESS ‘TRAFFICKED’
Trafficking for Exploitation Outside the Sex Sector in Europe
GAATW Working Paper Series 2011
In this working paper GAATW (Global Alliance Against Trafficking in Women) explores the scope of what is often referred to as ‘trafficking for labour exploitation’, with a focus on Europe. It specifically looks at issues of identification and the assistance scenario for persons trafficked into sectors outside the sex-industry. It discuss the benefits and challenges of the legal avenues available to them and to service providers, and analyses how existing case law can be used to advance the rights of trafficked persons. Throughout, the analysis makes extensive use of on-the-ground experiences and voices of trafficked persons and service providers. Download a copy of the working paper here.