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Good Practices in Response to Trafficking in Human Beings - Cooperation between Civil Society and Law Enforcement in Europe

Document number
1010
Date
2005
Title
Good Practices in Response to Trafficking in Human Beings - Cooperation between Civil Society and Law Enforcement in Europe
Author/publisher
Alaudia Aradau, Danish Red Cross
Availability
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Document type(s)
Guidelines/Recommendations,
Keywords
Advocacy, Civil society, NGO, Human Rights approach, Identification, Social assistance, Victim protection, Shelter, Repatriation, Empowerment, Prevention, Information campaign, Protection, Prosecution, Law enforcement, Agency for the Coordination of the Protection of Victims of Trafficking (Serbia), Pag-Asa (Belgium), IOM (Ukraine), ASTRA (Serbia), On the Road (Italy), Tampep (Italy), KOOFRA – Coordination Centre against Trafficking in Women (Germany), International Centre for Migration Policy Development (Austria)
Summary
This manual has broken practices down into their constitutive elements (goals, values, rules and understandings) and has proposed a threefold perspective for analysis: the perspectives of coherence, efficiency and subjective effects. Practices of cooperation have been considered in relation to three modalities of approaching the complexity of trafficking: rendering victims visible (identification and referral), making rights visible (operational issues for assistance and protection), and making the phenomenon visible in its multiple aspects and understandings.
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