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  1. Trafficking in Human Beings ANALYSIS OF INFORMATION SUBMITTED BY MEMBER STATES IN SUPPORT OF THEIR COMPLETED QUESTIONNAIRES

  2. Background to the questionnaire • As part of the United Kingdom's Presidency of the European Union a questionnaire on trafficking entitled “Tackling trafficking in human beings: best practice in policy and procedure” was issued to all member States on the 26 July 2005. • 18 out of 25 member States responded.

  3. Initial findings (1) • 16 Member States said the police led on fight against trafficking • 7 MS were unable to provide information on the running costs of support provisions • 13 MS said that research had been undertaken • 12 MS had systems in place to raise awareness • Only 3 MS said they had funding for re-integration programmes

  4. Initial findings (2) • inconsistency of approach across the EU • unreliable data collection • lack of clarity for front line staff • lack of consistency in training • little or no evaluation of benefits of support provisions

  5. Initial findings (3) • ad hoc arrangements with national and international NGOs • little evaluation of the impact of media and educational strategies • lack of evaluation of returns & reintegration assistance

  6. Areas for consideration (1) Funding • ring-fenced funding • seizure and asset confiscation of traffickers funds

  7. Areas for consideration (2) Scoping • develop common guidelines for research and templates for data collection • victim profiling in source, transit and destination countries • exchange of information to avoid duplication of effort and make best use of resources including evaluation of existing strategies • greater use of front line data from NGOs

  8. Areas for consideration (3) Prevention/reducing demand • make better use of bodies such as Eurojust and Europol • mapping of available support and reintegration services to ensure member States know what is available • joint working • targeted awareness raising • creation of EU national contact points

  9. In summary • funding • commonality of data collecting and evaluation • joint working • training • awareness raising campaigns