• Categorical accommodation and assistance for victims of trafficking in human beings - a study of four European countries

      Kulu-Glasgow, I.; Galloway, A.M.; Beenakkers, E.M.T.; Smit, M.; Zwenk, F. (WODC, 2012)
      The aim of this research is to look at the experiences that other European countries have had with categorical accommodation and assistance for adult victim of trafficking in human beings, and present an overview of the organisation and implementation of shelters in these countries. This includes descriptions of the bottlenecks these countries have experienced, any possible solutions they have employed, and the perceived advantages and disadvantages of categorical accommodation and assistance. CONTENT: 1. Introduction 2. Belgium 3. Czech Republic 4. Italy 5. Spain 6. Conclusion