Migrant Women and Human Trafficking: Handbook for Professionals

Contributed by a member of the RISE Community • July 24th, 2019

This handbook was prepared to raise awareness of the complex life and working conditions of migrant women who are at risk of or survivors of human trafficking. It further provides a practical tool for professionals interacting with this target group, especially regarding outreach work, identification and further support of those concerned. It highlights the outcomes of the Project “Empowerment of Migrant Women at Risk of Exploitation, Trafficking or Enslavement” (the Project), cooperation between La Strada Czech Republic (a support NGO for trafficked women in the Czech Republic), Ban Ying (a counselling centre working to combat human trafficking in Germany) and LEFÖ-IBF (an intervention centre for trafficked women in Austria). These participants are funded by the DAPHNE fund of the EU.

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