This report analyses findings on identification and support from the UK, the Netherlands and Romania and sets out recommendations for change. These recommendations provide the basis for a set of EU- wide strategies to improve the proactive identification and support of persons trafficked for labour exploitation. Research findings focus on seven key areas: identification; access to support; housing; psychological and social support; work; access to justice; and move-on options.
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