Anti-trafficking measures 'not fit for purpose'

16 Jun 2010

BBC’ reports of the recently published report of the Anti-Trafficking Monitoring Group “Wrong kind of Victim?” that is analysing anti-trafficking measures in the UK for the past year. The report says that victim identification is poor and the inappropriate treatment of victims – due to lack of training of staff – discourages victims from giving evidence or coming forward. * Full report * Summary report

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