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IOM News: Unemployment Makes Men in Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova Vulnerable to Human Trafficking

  • 20 December 2016
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Ukraine - An IOM study on trafficking in men from Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova, shows that the risk of falling prey to traffickers does not depend on victim’s education and place of residence.

Over half of the surveyed male victims of trafficking assisted by IOM in Ukraine, Moldova and Belarus* have vocational education and 24 percent have higher education. Some 71 percent of them come from urban areas, according to the study, which was commissioned by IOM and funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Norway.

Category:News
Country:Ukraine
Language:English
Year:2016
Institution:International Organization for Migration - IOM
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