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European Anthology of best practices and future recommendations
Trafficking in human beings usually constitutes a serious transnational crime and a blatant violation of fundamental human rights. It is a modern form of slavery, affecting all genders and ages and it may take the form of sexual exploitation, forced labour, slavery, servitude and related practices, the removal of vital organs and the recruitment for criminal acts (Europol, N.D). The most common forms of trafficking in human beings in Italy, Greece, Spain and Romania are sexual exploitation and forced labour , while beggary is the third most common form of trafficking in the latter three countries. A very large portion of the victims of trafficking for sexual exploitation are women and girls.
Toolkit for the psychological support sessions as a part of HEAL Recovery and Integration programme
This publication is an output of the project HEAL – EnHancing rEcovery and integrAtion through networking, empLoyment
training and psychological support for women victims of trafficking (project no. 863631- HEAL – AMIF-2018-AGINTE), which has been co-funded by the European Union’s Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund. The content of this document represents the views of the author only and is his/her sole responsibility. The European Commission does not accept any responsibility for use that may be made of the information it contains.