Re/integration of trafficked persons: how can our work be more effective
King Baudouin Foundation, 2008, 54 pages
This paper is the first in a series of issue-based papers by the King Baudouin Foundation focusing on the re/integration of trafficking victims.
This paper explores the process looking at the difficulties and challenges that re/integration programmes in South-eastern Europe have encountered. Firstly, it looks at difficulties that result from the individual or the social context in which re/integration takes place, the re/integration setting i.e. the community and issues at the structural level. Secondly, it considers practical difficulties such as high costs and difficulties inherent in the implementation of re/integration programmes for instance the accessibility of programmes and victim participation.