This research project focussed on Asian trafficking victims in Europe, especially in The Czech Republic, Poland, and Romania. Increasingly, Asian migrants are recruited to work in Europe. Among them are many people from the Philippines and Vietnam. There are more and more signs that this recruitment often leads to employment in non-decent working conditions, in some cases even forced labour or human trafficking. However, few Asian third country nationals (TCNs) are identified as victims of human trafficking and these crimes are only very scarcely reflected in case law, meaning that the perpetrators of these exploitative practices go unpunished.

Research report: Protecting Asian Trafficking Victims in Europe - In Focus: Czech Republic, Poland and Romania - La Strada International, 2022 DOWNLOAD

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