The CT directory gathers key facts and figures about human trafficking in more than 50 countries. It also contains useful contacts to refer the victim or potential victim according to his/her profile: s/he can be in need of immediate protection, need further counselling, wish to stay in the country of destination, or ask to return back to his/her home country. According to the option s/he chooses, s/he might be entitled to different assistance schemes.

Counter-Trafficking Directory for Embassies and Consulates Staff, 2016 DOWNLOAD
Counter-Trafficking Directory for Embassies and Consulates Staff, 2019 (updated) DOWNLOAD

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