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Malloch M, Warden T & Hamilton-Smith N (2012) Care and Support for Adult Victims of Trafficking in Human Beings: A Review. Scottish Government. Social Research series. Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research.
First paragraph: This evidence and practice review was commissioned by the Scottish Government to examine the care and support needs of victims of human trafficking and what works to meet those needs. This review is not an evaluation; rather it provides an overview of the identified care and support needs of victims of different forms of human trafficking exploitation; considers good practice in recent adult victim care by identifying different models of care and support in a range of jurisdictions; and considers the extent to which existing evidence is able to provide an indication of what works to meet the needs of different victims. The review also aims to consider how effectively the needs of different adult victims of trafficking are met in Scotland, on the basis of review of international evidence; and to highlight any existing gaps in services and support provision. While acknowledging the interconnection of other issues such as provision of compensation and repatriation, this review is limited to the provision of crisis and short to mid term care and support services.
|Authors||Malloch Margaret, Warden Tara, Hamilton-Smith Niall|
|Number of pages||49|
|Title of series||Social Research series|
|Publisher||Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research|
|ISSN of series||2045-6964|