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Tricked and Trapped: Human Trafficking in the Middle East

— theme: Labour migration policy, Pre-employment and recruitment policies and practices, Rights and protection of migrants
— country: Arab States
— type: Reports

April 2013 - ILO. This study sheds light on the situation of trafiicked adult workers in the Middle East, both women and men. It analyses the complex processes by which vulnerable migrant workers are tricked and trapped into forced labour in various types of work in the region, and the constraints that prevent them from leaving. It also examines the responses to human trafficking put in place by national governments, employers’ and workers’ organizations, and other key stakeholders, and makes tentative suggestions as to how the effectiveness of their actions might be enhanced in the future.

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