Study on Trafficking Resilience and Vulnerability en route to Europe
STRIVE is an 18-month research project on trafficking in persons along the migrant and refugee routes to the EU during the period 2015-2017, as well as on vulnerabilities to trafficking and factors of resilience to trafficking.
The main research question of the STRIVE study is: what is the incidence of trafficking and what are the vulnerabilities and factors of resilience to trafficking among people making the irregular migration journey to Europe? The affected populations who will be covered in the study are children (both unaccompanied and travelling with their families) and adults from non-EU countries who take the journey by sea and/or overland through the Western Balkans and the Central Mediterranean to Europe. The research covers Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Macedonia and Serbia, as well as Germany, and Italy.
Target GroupsMigrants, Refugees and Asylum Seekers, Unaccompanied Refugee Minors, Victims and Survivors of Human Rights Violations