“Intersectional Approach to the Process of Integration in Europe for Survivors of Human Trafficking” (INTAP)
The research project “Intersectional Approach to the Process of Integration in Europe for Survivors of Human Trafficking” (INTAP) aims to improve the integration of Nigerian and Chinese survivors of trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation by considering an intersectional approach to the integration process. The long term impact of the project will be to empower survivors of trafficking to overcome hindrances to their integration.
The project resulted in two separate reports and two manuals with recommendations for practical work with both groups of trafficked persons, Nigerian women and Chinese women.
The documents created by Herzwerk regarding the work with Chinese survivors of trafficking are available in three different languages and can be downloaded here:
All other documents regarding the work with Nigerian survivors of trafficking can be downloaded from the project homepage under the following link: https://intap-europe.eu/materialien/?lang=en
BINIs NATIONAL REPORT
Best practices In tackling trafficking NIgerian Route (BINIs)
National Report Austria by Caroline Sander 2018
This report analyzes the situation of Nigerian trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation in Austria.
Available only in English.