This publication contains the main outputs of the first three Work Packages of the project: - the Research Reports produced for each of the 4 involved countries about trafficking for the purpose of exploitation in criminal activities: phenomenon, policies and practices, training; - the preliminary document Referral Practices and Procedures for Persons Trafficked in Forced Criminal Activities, basis for the Prototype and the Experimental Procedures; - the document The Local Referral Mechanism and the critical areas of concern regarding forced criminal activities, which is the background paper for the “Idealtype Prototype”; - the Idealtype Prototype of Multi-Agency Practices for a Referral System for Children Trafficked and Exploited into Forced Criminal Activities; - Draft Memorandum of Understanding for the establishment of experimental and multi-agency operating procedures on the emergence, the identification, the referral of and the first assistance to minors trafficked into forced criminal activities, developed in the Triveneto area, Italy; - Outline for the interviews to stakeholders. The Research Reports differ significantly, reflecting the different situations in each partner country, under different perspectives: the phenomenon of trafficking into forced criminal activities and the broader trafficking phenomenon; the anti-trafficking legislation, policies, coordination mechanisms and referral systems; the availability of data and of expertise on the specific topic. As a consequence the Reports differ not only in length but also in terms of contents and scope of the research. However each report provides a picture of the trafficking phenomenon and of the antitrafficking framework in the country, and offers an analysis of trafficking into forcedcriminal activities and existing measures and obstacles in facing it and in protecting victims, whose voices are reported too.The research was carried out through desk research (including data analysis where available), interviews to stakeholders and presumed and identified victims

Temvi Project Trafficked and Exploited Minors between Vulnerability and Illegality. Forced criminal activities as a new form of exploitation in human trafficking: knowledge and human rights based practices through pilot research and multi-agency training and prototype-procedures, ITALY FInal Report

DEGANI, PAOLA;PIVIDORI, CLAUDIA;
2016

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This publication contains the main outputs of the first three Work Packages of the project: - the Research Reports produced for each of the 4 involved countries about trafficking for the purpose of exploitation in criminal activities: phenomenon, policies and practices, training; - the preliminary document Referral Practices and Procedures for Persons Trafficked in Forced Criminal Activities, basis for the Prototype and the Experimental Procedures; - the document The Local Referral Mechanism and the critical areas of concern regarding forced criminal activities, which is the background paper for the “Idealtype Prototype”; - the Idealtype Prototype of Multi-Agency Practices for a Referral System for Children Trafficked and Exploited into Forced Criminal Activities; - Draft Memorandum of Understanding for the establishment of experimental and multi-agency operating procedures on the emergence, the identification, the referral of and the first assistance to minors trafficked into forced criminal activities, developed in the Triveneto area, Italy; - Outline for the interviews to stakeholders. The Research Reports differ significantly, reflecting the different situations in each partner country, under different perspectives: the phenomenon of trafficking into forced criminal activities and the broader trafficking phenomenon; the anti-trafficking legislation, policies, coordination mechanisms and referral systems; the availability of data and of expertise on the specific topic. As a consequence the Reports differ not only in length but also in terms of contents and scope of the research. However each report provides a picture of the trafficking phenomenon and of the antitrafficking framework in the country, and offers an analysis of trafficking into forcedcriminal activities and existing measures and obstacles in facing it and in protecting victims, whose voices are reported too.The research was carried out through desk research (including data analysis where available), interviews to stakeholders and presumed and identified victims
TEMVI Trafficked and exploited minors between vulnerability and illegality. Forced criminal activites as a new form of exploitation in human traffciking: knowledge and human rights based pracitces through pilot research and multi-agency training and prottoype procedures Final Report
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