Work package three aims to examine the aspects of the trafficking industry in direct relation to traffickers. It examines the specific characteristics of individuals involved in the trafficking industry, and their interactions with one another and larger criminal networks, from a sociological, psychological and criminological point of view. It focussed on the traffickers as an individual to provide a clear picture of the traffickers.

Based on a methodology composed of interviews with traffickers, relatives, members of the social environment of traffickers, experts and victims, and analysis of police/court reports supplemented with literature reviews further understanding of the traffickers has been provided in the report D3.1. of the TRACE project. That report has been the basis for the recommendations in this policy brief, which have been discussed wiht experts in June 2015 and which will be finalised before 1 september 2015.

This report is the result of research conducted within the TRACE project [+]

Informe remitido desde ECPAT International [+] y ECPAT Bélgica [+] sobre el estudio de la Trata pero desde la perspectiva de los traficantes.

Más información:

  • TRACE project [+]
  • Informe sobre las características y los incentivos de los traficantes y su interacción social [Deliverable D3.1: Report on the features and incentives of traffickers and on the social interactions among them]
  • Informe sobre los factores externos,  sociales, políticos y económicos  o la interacción con otras industrias criminales, en la configuración del fenómeno de la Trata.[Deliverable D5.1: Report on how external factors such as socio, political and economic factors, or interaction with other criminal industries shape the phenomenon of trafficking]
  • Informe Revisión de Proyectos de la UE – Prácticas prometedoras en la lucha contra la trata de seres humanos [Deliverable D6.1: Review of EU Projects – Promising Practices in Combatting Human Trafficking]



Share This