2022 Annual report trafficking and smuggling of human beings
- Foreword: Lessons learned from the Essex and Borealis cases
- PART 1: Focus: Smuggling and trafficking of Vietnamese nationals into and within Europe
- PART 2: Evolution and fight against the phenomena of trafficking and smuggling of human beings
- PART 3: Data
- EXTERNAL CONTRIBUTION: Explanation of the statistical data relating to the investigations into human trafficking conducted by the NSSO inspectorate’s ECOSOC teams in 2021
- EXTERNAL CONTRIBUTION: Role of DJSOC in the fight against human smuggling and trafficking and evolution of the phenomenon of human smuggling
- PART 4: Recommendations
2021 Annual report trafficking and smuggling of human beings
Myria, the Federal Migration Centre and independent national rapporteur on trafficking in human beings, is publishing its 2021 public and independent annual report in English today: Visibly invisible. Aimed at the Government and Parliament, this report provides an impetus and offers support to the relevant stakeholders.
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.