The European Commission published its Third report on the progress made in the fight against trafficking in human beings. This Report identifies key patterns and challenges in addressing trafficking in human beings, provides an analysis of statistics and outlines the results of anti-trafficking actions. It is complemented by a staff working document providing detailed, comprehensive and substantiated information.
The study on data collection on trafficking in human beings in the EU (2020), accompanying this progress report, provides in-depth analysis of criminal justice statistical data for years 2017 and 2018. This data collection has been carried out in a continued effort from the Commission and the Member States to provide evidence on the criminal phenomenon and on its victims.
On the occasion of the EU Anti-Trafficking Day, the Commission also published the Study on the economic, social and human cost of human traffickingSearch for available translations of the preceding and the Study on reviewing the functioning of Member States’ National and Transnational Referral MechanismsSearch for available translations of the preceding.