FRA has made available some data from its mapping of national child protection systems in the 28 EU Member States. The aim of the mapping is to understand how national child protection systems work, and to identify common challenges and promising practices.
The full report on mapping child protection systems in EU 28 Member States should be published in June 2015.
EUROSTAT, February 2015, 142 pages
In 2013 Eurostat published the first working paper on Trafficking in Human Beings in Europe. This publication constitutes the second working paper at the EU level on statistics on trafficking in human beings and contains data for the years 2010, 2011 and 2012.
€ 403 000 (€ 269 000 of EU support)
November 2007 to April 2009
International Organization for Migration (IOM), Belgium, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, Slovakia, Sweden, Europol and theInternational Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD)
Secretary of State for the Home Department, October 2012, 107 pages
This report sets out an assessment of human trafficking in the UK by the Inter-Departmental Ministerial Group on Human Trafficking (IDMG).
It notes that the UK has already achieved significant progress in the fight against trafficking. It recognises that any response must be able to quickly adapt and evolve to keep pace with the traffickers. Three key areas have been identified where further concerted effort is needed to improve and strengthen the UK’s approach:
Defensor del Pueblo, October 2012, 334 pages
The Spanish Ombudsman Office (Defensor del Pueblo) released the report "Trafficking in persons in Spain: invisible victims".
This report contains the outcome of 140 investigations with several recommendations for the administrations.The report also contains a comparative analysis of the national legislation to see if it complies with the EU Directives. The EU Strategy towards the Eradication of Trafficking in Human Beings (2012-2016) has been also considered.
IOM, February 2012, 32 pages
IOM 2011 Case Data contains information on all trafficking cases assisted by the organisation in 2011.
The tables contained within this document are based upon IOM case data where the organisation has been involved in providing direct assistance to a trafficked person in the context of an IOM countertrafficking project.
Data is collected directly from trafficked persons and stored into the IOM human trafficking database. This covers approximately 20,000 cases encoded by 72 different missions.
FIIT – Foster and Improve Integration of Trafficked Persons
European Fund for Integration of Third Country Nationals, community actions 2010
International Organisation for Migration –Paris.
Payoke, Belgium; Association ALC, France; Baptist Aid, Hungary; La Sapienza, University of Rome, Italy; Migrant Helpline; IOM Brussels, Belgium; IOM Budapest, Hungary; IOM Rome, Italy; IOM London, Uk.
Council of the Baltic Sea States (SE)
Project budget EUR 176 625,00 / Max. subsidy EUR 158 625,00
24 months from 20/10/2013
State Border Guard (LV), State Child Protection and Adoption Service (LT), Stockholm Social Emergency Authority (SE)
Objectives and results
Assistance to the Ministry of Security, Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Ministry for Human Rights and Refugees and Other Competent Authorities in Effectively Managing Migration
IPA 2007 Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) - Assistance to the Ministry of Security, Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Ministry for Human Rights and Refugees and Other Competent Authorities in Effectively Managing Migration
IPA 2007 - Ctr No 227 726
The European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) comments on the Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions - "The EU Strategy towards the Eradication of Trafficking in Human Beings 2012-2016”.