This document encompasses key trafficking indicators which should enable frontline actors to refer the victim to specialized services for formal identification; and common misconceptions about trafficking that should be avoided.

The identification process consists of examining the specific circumstances of each individual case before asking the person targeted questions related to trafficking.

Main Indicators for the Identification of Victims of Trafficking DOWNLOAD

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