Identification of trafficking in persons may be a long-term process. An incident could give a direct immediate indication that trafficking in persons is taking place, but in many cases there may just be one or two indicators of trafficking. Commonly, there is very little concrete information or obvious sign of human trafficking. Often, there is little more than a nagging feeling that you are seeing trafficking. Trafficking in persons can easily be confused with other forms of criminality such as smuggling of migrants, sexual or simple assaults. The effect of traumatization on trafficking victims is such that they may not make any kind of disclosure of their situation for weeks or even months.
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We are 6 volunteers from Portugal, Spain, Italy, Poland and Republic of Macedonia who work together with Fundatia Pro Prietenia in Arad (Romania) in this project. The project promotes such values as the human rights, fighting against discrimination and human trafficking, the right of education, civic participation.