2015 Annual Report on trafficking and smuggling in human beings: Tightening the Links
The aim of this annual report is to draw up an objective and critical image of the evolution of the fight against human trafficking and smuggling.
The aim of this annual report is to provide an independent assessment of developments in and results of the fight against the trafficking and smuggling of human beings. It focuses on minor and young adult victims in two particularly vulnerable situations: on the one hand the victims of early and forced marriages, on the other the victims of loverboys. In addition to this Myria recommends actions to fight human smuggling.
Part 2: Development of the phenomenon and the fight against human trafficking and smuggling
Chapter 1: Recent developments in the legal and political framework
Chapter 2: Case studies
Chapter 3: Best practices and experiences
Chapter 4: Case law overview (2014-May 2015)
2020 Annual report trafficking and smuggling of human beings
In its annual report entitled Behind closed doors Myria hightlights the need to raise awareness on the exploitation of domestic workers, the special attention that needs to be paid to diplomatic domestic staff and the COVID-19 aspect.
2019 Annual report trafficking and smuggling of human beings
Justice for human trafficking victims has a long way to go. With its annual report, Myria wants to contribute to their empowerment and has put together concrete recommendations for the attention of public authorities.
2018 Annual report trafficking and smuggling of human beings
Myria, the National independent rapporteur on human trafficking assesses in its latest report the detection, reception and support of child victims of human trafficking. According to the findings of Myria Nigerian minors are a particularly vulnerable group.