Annual Report on Trafficking and Smuggling of Human Beings 2015 (Myria)
In its annual report on trafficking and smuggling of human beings, Myria provides qualitative and quantitative data on these phenomena as well as a judicial analysis and recommendations. The 2015 report focuses in particular on victims of early or forced marriages and on victims of loverboys.
This is the 18th annual report on trafficking and smuggling of human beings. It is produced by Myria, the Federal migration Centre and independent National Rapporteur on trafficking in human beings.
In a first part, the report focuses on two groups of minors and young adults that are particularly vulnerable: victims of early or forced mariages and victims of loverboys.
In a second part, the report provides information on the recent evolutions of the judicial and political framework at the european and national level, an analysis of several cases and an overview of caselaw, as well as examples of good practices regarding the fight against trafficking and smuggling of human beings.
The third part of the report provides key figures regarding trafficking and smuggling, provided by various actors (Police, Social Inspection Services, Public Prosecutor, Immigration Office, Centers for Victims, ...).
The report ends with a series of recommendations.
The report is available in French and in Dutch on Myria's website.