Rights of the victims of trafficking in human beings
Trafficking in human beings is a criminal offense whereby one person /a perpetrator/ uses force, fraud or coercion to control another person /a victim/ for the purpose of sexual, labour or another type of exploitation. Trafficking in human beings may occur anywhere and anytime.
If someone forces you to work against your own will, or under conditions you have not agreed to or prohibits or limits your movement – you are a victim of trafficking in human beings.
Additionally, victims are considered those persons who originally agreed to the work, or who committed a crime under duress while being in the trafficking situation.
Right to Information
Right to Privacy
Right to Accommodation
Right to Protection of Integrity and Safety
Right to Humanitarian Residence
Right to Compensation
You may claim this right in two ways: