Addressing the demand-side of trafficking in the domestic work sector main findings at European level
Title: Addressing the demand-side of trafficking in the domestic work sector main findings at European level
Author: RICARD-GUAY, Alexandra
Series/Number: [Global Governance Programme]; [Cultural Pluralism]; [DemandAT]
External link: http://www.demandat.eu
In Europe, the employment of domestic workers is a widespread phenomenon. Despite different national policies and regulations, domestic workers, in majority migrant women, still face vulnerability to exploitation – including cases of human trafficking. Trafficking is this sector is an area neglected by policy makers and law enforcement and this situation is exacerbated by the challenges of monitoring activities occurring within private households. This policy brief examines the demand-side of trafficking in the domestic work sector in Europe based on seven country studies. It calls for a comprehensive approach in addressing demand in anti-trafficking efforts—at the intersection of trafficking, labour, and migration frameworks.
Grant number: FP7/612869/EU
Type of Access: openAccess
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