Transnational referral mechanism Model
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Indicative
timeline
2 weeks
IDENTIFICATION
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A person victim of trafficking ( VoT ) is identified
How to identify a VoT ?
Who can identify a VoT ?
Tools and
resources
Guidelines for the identification of VoTs, EuroTrafGuiD project
Human trafficking indicators, UNODC
Interviewing trafficked women recommendations, WHO
IOM Screening Interview Form
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REFERRAL
She/he is oriented to the National Referral Mechanism (NRM)
in the country of destination and informed about options
to make an informed decision
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The VoT wishes to stay
in the Country of
Destination (CoD) and benefits from integration measures
The VoT wishes to return to his/her country of origin (CoO) or country of residence
NRMs Practical Handbook, OSCE
Information leaflets for VoTs
Overview of integration schemes accessible to VoTs, IOM
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PROCESS
MAKING
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DECISION
The VoT is made aware of the assistance available in the country
of return and reintegration opportunities
A risk and needs assessment is performed to prepare the assistance upon return
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The VoT decides to return: NRM stakeholders in CoD and CoO
are informed and further coordinate the return
Safe Future Methodology, Federatie Opvang
Human Rights in the Return of VoTs, OSCE/ODHIR
IOM Risks Assessment matrix
Best interest of the child, UNHCR
Protecting the rights of the child VoTs, UNICEF
IOM Family assessment form
2 weeks
ORGANIZATION
TRAVEL
Travel to country of origin is jointly organized by the two NRM
stakeholders and the VoT
IOM Handbook on Direct Assistance for VoTs
Handbook training Consular Staff, CBSS
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ORIGIN
OF
COUNTRY
IN
ARRIVAL
The VoT is met at the airport and
his/her immediate needs are addressed
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2 years
REINTEGRATION
A reintegration plan is established according to individual needs
and available opportunities
HEALTH
- Psychological support
- Health assessment
- Treatment
PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
- Job placement
- Vocational training
- Microbusiness set-up
ACCOMMODATION
- Shelter
- Private housing
EDUCATION
- Tuition fees
- Boarding and
   Transportation fees
- Materials
FAMILY SUPPORT
- Child care
- Furniture for the house
- Family income-generating support
- Legal counselling
- Lawyer fees
Counselling and monitoring of the individual project are ensured by
NRM stakeholders until the victim becomes independent
Safety and sustainability of the Return (CARE-TACT report), IOM
Monitoring anti-trafficking re/integration programmes, King Baudouin Foundation
Psychosocial Assistance for VoTs, IOM
Prosecuting THB for the Purpose of Labour Exploitation, Eurojust
Guidance on compensation, Comp.Act project
This project is funded by the EU Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund