THE RESEARCH PROJECT

Intersectional approach to the process of integration in Europe for survivors of human trafficking (INTAP)

aims to improve the integration of Nigerian and Chinese survivors of trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation by considering an intersectional approach to the integration process. The long term impact of the project will be to empower survivors of trafficking to overcome hindrances to their integration.

The general objective of INTAP is to make current integration systems more effective. By incorporating a culturally sensitive, victim-centered, intersectional approach, the project aims to find durable solutions for the integration of Nigerian and Chinese third-country nationals and thereby improving outcomes for these survivors.

INTAP does not aim to create a new integration program but rather aims to enable governmental and non-governmental organizations to adapt existing or conceptualize new, more effective psycho-social integration programs.

Find previous publications here.

The final research report will be published in spring 2020. A more practical handbook for practitioners will be developed afterwards and will be available in in autumn 2020. INTAPĀ“s end-of-project conference will take place in Karlsruhe, Germany on the 13th of October.

 

 

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