Trafficking in Persons for Begging – Romania Study
National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, August 2013, 86 pages
The study was conducted within the framework of the Prevention, Identification, Protection project, co-financed with the Swiss Confederation, under the objective:"To build up the intervention capacity of Romanian government actors (ANITP representatives, police officers, prosecutors, judges) involved in- prevention, - identification, repatriation and reintegration of victims of Trafficking in Human Beings".
This study aims to analyze trafficking in persons (or trafficking in human beings -THB) for forced begging in Romania, through understanding the factors that contribute to and facilitate this particular phenomenon, as ascertained from the characteristics of victims and the modus operandi of traffickers.
Further information is available on National Agency against Trafficking in Persons (ANITP) and Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF) websites.
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