Lost in Categorisation – Smuggled and Trafficked Refugees and Migrants on the Balkan Route

Released 07 June 2018

The approach of states to managing immigration and asylum relies to a significant extent on the assignment of categories to people entering from abroad. Yet many adults and children travelling along migration routes do not fit neatly into just one of these categories. A new ICMPD Working Paper examines the challenges, and some possible ways forward, in dealing with the nexus between asylum, migrant smuggling and human trafficking in mixed migration contexts.

Lost in Categorisation: Smuggled and Trafficked Refugees and Migrants on the Balkan Route

Working Paper

Published June 2018

#Trafficking in Human Beings #Refugee #Migrant Smuggling #Migration and Development #Human Trafficking #Cross Cutting Topics #Anti-Trafficking Policy

Reintegration and Social Inclusion of Child Victims of Trafficking in Bulgaria

Policy Brief

Published May 2018

Bulgaria

TRAM Briefing Paper - Trafficking along Migration Routes to Europe: Bridging the Gap between Migration, Asylum and Anti-Trafficking

Document

Published January 2018

Germany / North Macedonia / Serbia / Sweden / Finland / Greece / Austria / Bulgaria

#Asylum and International Protection #Anti-Trafficking Policy #Cross Cutting Topics #Trafficking in Human Beings #Human Trafficking

TRAM Study - Trafficking along Migration Routes to Europe: Bridging the Gap between Migration, Asylum and Anti-Trafficking

Study

Published January 2018

Bulgaria / Finland / Austria / Greece / Germany / North Macedonia / Serbia / Sweden

#Anti-Trafficking Policy #Human Trafficking #Asylum and International Protection #Cross Cutting Topics #Irregular Migration #Trafficking in Human Beings

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