Evaluation of the effectiveness of measures for the integration of trafficked persons
The Evaluation of the effectiveness of measures for the integration of trafficked persons study has been carried out in the frame of the Foster and Improve Integration of Trafficked persons (FIIT) project. The FIIT project has been funded by the EC fund for the integration of third-country nationals, the Italian Ministry of the Interior and the British NGO Migrant Helpline and implemented in five EU Member states: Belgium, France, Hungary, Italy and the United Kingdom from January 2012 to June 2013.
Based on more than 100 interviews with service providers, policymakers and former victims of trafficking, the study analyses and compares the integration measures dedicated to victims of trafficking in the five case countries. It also provides recommendations to enhance the integration of victims of trafficking in host countries.
- List of acronyms
- Core concepts: Trafficking and integration
- Bringing together trafficking and integration
- Comparison of FIIT country case studies
- Status: The legal basis to remain and integrate
- Safety and security: Initial psychosocial assistance and needs
- Access to welfare and social assistance
- The differing situations of third-country nationals and EU citizens
- Analysis and reflections in a broader context
- Conclusions and recommendations
- What do the five cases presented here offer as beneficial practices to overcome these obstacles to integration and to enhance this two-way process?
- Annex 1: Questionnaires
- Annex 2: Synthetic Matrix