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TRACKS Project end's

After two years of joint efforts and shared discussions at European and national levels, the project TRACKS comes to an end, giving a comparative study, recommendations, and practical tools for practitioners.

The recommendations made by the partners of the project are primarily addressed to governments of European countries studied for the purpose of the project namely Cyprus, France, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Switzerland and the UK. Nonetheless, they more generally concern all national governments to whom the Palermo Protocol, the Convention on action against trafficking in human beings of the Council of Europe and the Convention and Protocol relating to the Status of Refugees apply, as well as EU Member States and the European Commission regarding  the relevant European Directives in order to guarantee that victims of trafficking who are seeking asylum are effectively detected, supported and referred to the relevant support organisation and/or mechanism.