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Journeys of Jeopardy

A Review of Research on Trafficking in Women and Children in Europe

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This report by Professor Elizabeth Kelly assesses the current state of knowledge on the trafficking of women and children in Europe. It states that, despite growing interest and concern, information is still limited on the scale of trafficking, the methods it uses, and the most effective means to counter it. The report identifies a number of priorities for further research, including the structure of criminal groups and their methods, state compliance with relevant international laws, and an evaluation of the effectiveness of counter-trafficking initiatives.

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Foreword

International migration is estimated to involve some 175 million migrants worldwide. Affecting all regions, it is set to become an increasingly pressing policy issue for many governments, and to remain so for some time to come. Most countries are now part of a global migration system where the migration policies of one state are likely to have an impact on other states.

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