Raport asupra incidentei traficului de persoane in randul migrantilor si refugiatilor ajunsi in Italia - August 2016

FLOW MONITORING SURVEYS THE HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND OTHER EXPLOITATIVE PRACTICES PREVALENCE INDICATION SURVEY
 
CENTRAL MEDITERRANEAN ROUTE
Results take into account the responses of 1,346 migrants and refugees that were interviewed from June to August 2016 in Sicily1.
Main findings:
  • 76% of individuals answered “yes” to at least one of the trafficking and other exploitative practic-es indicators included in the survey, based on their own direct experience.
  • An additional 5% of respondents reported that a family member travelling with him/her experi-enced a situation described by one of the trafficking and other exploitative practices indicators.
  • 54% of respondents responded positively to at least 2 out of 5 indicators of trafficking and other exploitative practices.
  • North African migrants interviewed (nationals of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt and Su-dan) are significantly less likely to answer positively to one or more trafficking and other exploita-tive practices indicators, than migrants of Western Africa, Eastern Africa and, to a lesser extent, Western and South Asia.2

 

EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN ROUTE
Results based on the responses 1,729 migrants and refugees that were interviewed from May to August 2016 in Greece, Serbia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Hungary.
Main findings:
  • 14% of individuals answered “yes” to one of the trafficking and other exploitative practices indica-tors, based on their own direct experience
  • 0.6% of respondents had a member of their family travelling with them, who experienced situations captured by one of the trafficking and other exploitative practices indicators
  • 3% of respondents responded positively to at least 2 of the trafficking and other exploitative practic-es indicators

 

For further information please find the press release.