The purpose of this research-action is to help identify more clearly the processes of exploitation resulting from conflict and post-conflict situations. It also aims to offer concrete recommendations at the local, national and international level, based on a series of experiments in various countries. It allows all stakeholders in acts of trafficking in human beings to increase their knowledge and offers methods for intervention that best reflect the situations on the ground. It should therefore help ensure greater attention is paid to the specific vulnerabilities in both trafficking of children and adults, both during an initial emergency and in the long term.
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