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Re/integration of trafficked persons: developing monitoring and evaluation mechanisms

Friday 31 July 2009

"Re/integration refers to the process of recovery following a trafficking
experience and re/integration programmes and services are often central to
the recovery of trafficked persons. The lack of social support networks amongst
some victims and the inadequacies of social services in many countries where
trafficking takes place means that re/integration programmes are often the
main (and possibly sole) form of support for many trafficked persons."

Re/integration of trafficked persons: developing monitoring and evaluation mechanisms, 2009.
Rebecca Surtees
NEXUS Institute, Washington
Issue paper #3
Trafficking Victims Re/integration Programme

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