Logg på
Forside Publikasjoner Hopp over navigasjonskoblingerIdentification of victims of trafficking in human beings in international protection and forced return procedures

PublikasjonMangfold og inkludering

 Identification of victims of trafficking in human beings in international protection and forced return procedures

 

​Forfattere: Kurt Elvegård og Kristin Thorshaug.



​This contribution from Norway has dealt with identification of victims of trafficking in human beings in international protection and forced return procedures.

From the mapping of procedures we can conclude that there is a clear focus on trafficking at the authorities involved. This focus is illustrated by a great volume of action plans, circulars, and internal guidelines as well as training of professional on the subject.

At the same time, Norway has to a little extent formalised national systems for detection, identification, and referral of potential victims of trafficking. In practice, all public authorities who find that there is a basis for concern that a person may be subject to human trafficking, have a duty to identify this person as a potential victim and ensure that the potential victim is informed of their rights and can be referred to the appropriate specialised agency for further assistance.

There is, however, no national referral mechanism.

Find more reports, studies, ad-hoc queries and statistics from the European Migration Network (EMN) here

 

KONTAKT OSS
CONTACT US

Tlf: 918 97 727

Phone: (+47) 918 97 727

Besøksadresse: Dragvoll Allé 38 B

Visiting address: Dragvoll Allé 38 B

Postadresse: 7491 Trondheim

Postal address: 7491 Trondheim

Organisasjonsnummer: 986 243 836

VAT: 986 243 836

Copyright: NTNU Samfunnsforskning