Belarus & Ukraine
IOM/Surtees, R. & Nexus Institute (2008): Trafficking of men – a trend less considered. The case of Belarus and Ukraine. Geneva: IOM
Re-Integration Center for Migrant Workers/CCME (2011): Trafficking for Labour in Cyprus. Athens: Re-Integration Center for Migrant Workers
CCME/Pomichalkova,K. (2010): THB Labour Exploitation in the Czech Republic. Prague: Publisher
La Strada Czech Republic/Burčíková, P. (2006): Trafficking in Human Beings and Forced Labour or Labour Exploitation in the Czech Republic. Prague: La Strada Czech Republic/
La Strada Czech Republic/Krebs, M. & Pechová, E. (2009): Vietnamese Workers in Czech Factories – Research Report – Excerpt. Prague: La Strada Czech Republic/
La Strada Czech Republic/Kutalkova, P. (2010): The narrow gateway to human rights; identification of trafficked persons in the Czech Republic. Prague: La Strada Czech Republic.
La Strada Czech Republic/Prachakitbamrung, P. (2011): Findings from a Migration Mapping Study: Thai Migrant Workers in the Czech Republic. Prague: La Strada Czech Republic/
COWI Department for Gender Equality (2010): Evaluation of the Danish Action Plan for combating of trafficking in human beings, 2007-2010 (Summary in English). Kongens Lyngby: Publisher
Danish Center Against Human Trafficking/Korsby, T.M. (2010): Au Pair and Trafficked? - recruitment, residence in Denmark and dreams for the future A qualitative study of the prevalence and risk of human trafficking in the situations and experiences of a group of au pairs in Denmark. Odense: National Board of Social Services
Finnish National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings (2010): 2010: Trafficking in human beings, phenomena related to it, and implementation of the rights of human
Finland, Poland & Estonia
European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control, affiliated with the United Nations (HEUNI)(2011): Trafficking for Forced Labour and Labour Exploitation in Finland, Poland and Estonia. Helsinki: HEUNI
ILO (2005a): Le Trafic et L’exploitation des immigrants chinois en France. Geneva: ILO
National Consultative Commission on Human Rights (2009): Opinion on combating the trafficking and exploitation of human beings in France (Recommendations adopted by the Plenary Assembly on 18 December 2009).
BBGM (2010): Human Trafficking for Labour Exploitation. An explorative study into its forms, origins and extent in selected industrial sectors in Berlin and Brandenburg (summary in English) Berlin: IOM
German Institute for Human Rights & EVZ/Otto, P.F. & Rabe, H. (2009): Human Trafficking
in Germany Strengthening Victim’s Human Rights. Berlin: German Institute for Human Rights
ILO/Cyrus, N. (2005): Trafficking for labour and sexual exploitation in Germany. Geneva: ILO
Re-Integration Centre for Migrant Workers/CCME (2011): Trafficking for Labour in Greece. Athens: Re-Integration Center for Migrant Workers
AkiDwA (2010) ‘Am Only Saying It Now’: Experiences of Women Seeking Asylum in Ireland. Part of GAATW Feminist Participatory Action Research Series 2010. Dublin: AkiDwA.
Migrant Rights Centre Ireland (2006): Accessing redress for workplace exploitation: the experience of migrant workers. Dublin.
Migrant Rights Centre Ireland/Dublin City University (2006): No way forward, no way back: Identifying the problem of trafficking for forced labour in Ireland. Dublin: MRCI
Migrant Rights Centre Ireland’s Restaurant Workers Action Group (2008): Exploitation in Ireland’s Restaurant Industry. Dublin: MRCI
Ireland & United Kingdom
ITF (2008): Migrant Workers in the Scottish and Irish Fishing industry: Forced or compulsory labour or just plain modern day slavery.
Migrant Rights Centre Ireland / CCME (2010): Trafficking for Forced Labour in Ireland and the United Kingdom: Issues and Emerging Good Practice. Dublin: MRCI
Italy & Spain
The Federation of Protestant Churches in Italy (FCEI) & Carchedi, F./CCM (2010): Slave labour: Some aspects of the phenomenon in Italy and Spain.
Bonded Labour in the Netherlands (BlinN) (2009): Annual report Amsterdam: BlinN
Bonded Labour in the Netherlands (BlinN) (2009) Uitgebuit en in de bak! Slachtoffers van mensenhandel in vreemdelingendetentie. Amsterdam: BLinN – Humanitas/Oxfam Novib
Jonge van Ellemeet, H. de & Smit, M. (2006): Trafficking for exploitation outside the sex industry. In: Van den Anker, C. & Doomernik, J. (Eds.) Trafficking and women’s rights (219-232). Pallgrave Macmillan.
Korvinus, D., Koster, D. and Jonge van Ellemeet, H. de (2007): Trafficking in Human Beings: The concept of exploitation in the Dutch trafficking provision.
National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings (2007): Fifth Report from the National Rapporteur. The Hague: BNRM
National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings (2009): Human Trafficking - Seventh Report from the National Reporter. The Hague: BNRM
National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings (2010): Human Trafficking – ten years of independent monitoring. The Hague: BNRM.
• See also: Finland, Poland & Estonia
Madler, V./CCME (2010): Trafficking in Human Beings Labour Exploitation in Poland
ILO/Pereira, S. & Vasconcelos, J. (2008): Human Trafficking and Forced Labour: Case studies and responses from Portugal. Geneva: ILO
CCME (2010): Research on Trafficking in Human Beings Labour Exploitation in Romania.
ILO/Ghinararu C. & Van der Linden, M. (2004): Trafficking of migrant workers from Romania: Issues of labour & sexual exploitation. Geneva: ILO
ILO/Tyuryukanova, E. (2005): Forced Labour in the Russian Federation Today: Irregular Migration and Trafficking in Human Beings. Geneva: ILO
International Federation of Human Rights (FIDH) & Civic Assistance Committee (CAC) (2008): Alternative Joint-report to the Attention of the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD): Migrant Workers in the Russian Federation: The Use of Forced Labour. Geneva: FIDH
OSCE-ODIHR (2008): Identification, Assistance and Protection of Victims of Trafficking in the Russian Federation (focusing on the Moscow region).
• See also: Italy & Spain
ACCEM (2006): La Trata de Personas con Fines de Explotación Laboral. Un estudio de aproximación a la realidad en España. Madrid: ACCEM
Unión General de Trabajadores (UGT) Equality Department (2010): For Decent Work, Against labour exploitation. Madrid: UGT
• See: Belarus & Ukraine
• See also: Ireland & United Kingdom
Anti Slavery International/Anti-Trafficking Monitoring Group (2010): Wrong kind of victim? One year on: an analysis of UK measures to protect trafficked persons. London: Anti-Slavery International for the Anti-Trafficking Monitoring Group. City: Anti-Slavery International for the Anti-Trafficking Monitoring Group
Anti Slavery International/Skrivankova,K. (2006): Trafficking for Forced Labour UK Country Report. London: Anti Slavery International
Burnett, J. & Whyte, D. (2010): The Wages of Fear: risk, safety and undocumented work. University of Liverpool
COMPAS in collaboration with the Trade Union Congress/Anderson, B. & Rogaly, B. (2009): Forced Labour and Migration to the UK.
Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) et al (2007): Contemporary slavery in the UK: overview and key issues. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Kalayaan/Lalani, M. (2011): Policies that work to protect migrant domestic workers. London: Kalayaan
Parliament United Kingdom (2011). Minister for Immigration’s answer to a written parliamentary question on 8 June 2011. Commons Hansard. http://services.parliament.uk/hansard/Commons/bydate/20110608/writtenanswers/part019.html Web site accessed on 10 August 2011.
Skrivankova, K. (2010): Between decent work and forced labor: examining the continuum of exploitation. JRF Program Paper: Forced Labour. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
UK Home Office/Dowling, S., Moreton, K. & Wright, L. (2007): see above at ‘Trafficking for Exploitation Outside the Sex Sector in Europe"