• List of Tables
  • Disclaimer
  • Acknowledgements
  • Foreword
  • Executive Summary
  • 1. Introduction
  • 1.1. Structure of the Report
  • 1.2. Scope and Methodology
  • 1.3. Notes on terminology
  • 2. Definition of trafficking in human beings and selected related concepts
  • 2.1. Trafficking in human beings
  • 2.2. Sexual exploitation, forced and consensual prostitution
  • 3. Data on THB and its Availability
  • 3.1. Difficulties to collect reliable quantitative data on trafficking in human beings
  • 3.2. Currently available data on trafficking in human beings
  • 3.3. Tentative observations based on quantitative data on trafficking in human beings
  • 3.4. Qualitative trends of trafficking in human beings reported in expert interviews
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  • 4. Criminalisation of trafficking in human beings for the purpose of sexual exploitation
  • 4.1. Acts, means and purpose of trafficking in human beings in national legislations
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  • 4.2. Irrelevance of victims’ consent to characterise the crime
  • 4.3. Criminalisation of attempting to commit trafficking in human beings and facilitation of trafficking in human beings
  • 4.4. Trafficking in children for sexual exploitation: specific provisions
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  • 4.5. The punishments
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  • 4.6. Models of criminal liability
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  • 4.7. Extraterritorial jurisdiction
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  • 4.8. Criminalising the known use of services of trafficked persons
  • 4.9. Does the law facilitate law enforcement?
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  • 4.10. Main differences in legislation and implementation among the 17 EU Member States
  • 5. Legislation on assistance to trafficked persons
  • 5.1. Victim co-operation as a means to fight trafficking in human beings
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  • 5.2. Assistance to victims through provision of temporary residency status
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  • 5.3. Assistance after the trial
  • 5.4. Compensation
  • 5.5. Does the law and its implementation facilitate victims’ extrication from the exploitative situation?
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  • 6. Factors influencing prevalence and patterns...
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  • Annex...