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Submission for the upcoming thematic report on innovative and transformative models of social inclusion for victims of trafficking

Document number
3254
Date
15 November 2018
Title
Submission for the upcoming thematic report on innovative and transformative models of social inclusion for victims of trafficking
Author/publisher
La Strada International
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Document type(s)
LSI publication,
Keywords
social inclusion integration UN Rapporteur trafficking compensation
Summary

La Strada International NGO Platform provided input for the next thematic report of the UN Special Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings, to be presented at the UN Human Rights Council in June 2019.
Ms Giammarinaro wishes to identify key challenges and innovative and transformative models of social inclusion of victims of trafficking into societies

La Strada International believes that to end human trafficking structural root causes need to be addressed, as well promotion of rights of all persons; persons should be free to choose the work that fits their situation best, whether in a regular or irregular setting, and have their rights respected regardless their status or occupation. La Strada promotes long term protection and integration and social inclusion of trafficked persons.

Social inclusion of trafficked persons is of major importance and needs to be realised, whether in countries of destination or after return to their country of origin. In this submission La Strada International elaborates on the main preconditions for long term reintegration and social inclusion and the challenges faced by European counter trafficking NGOs to realise this.