Victims of human trafficking (re-)integration into the labour market in the context of the european union member states
Trafficking in human beings is not a contemporary social phenomenon as its history reaches the ancient times. Recently it has become especially important because of the increasing scope of migration influenced by economic crisis in Europe and worldwide. The article investigates the phenomenon of human trafficking focusing on the social policy measures in victims of human trafficking (re-)integration into the labour market process. The research is based on the analysis of the situation in three EU member states – Austria, Finland and Lithuania, focusing on the role of NGOs and their activities in provision of social assistance for the victims of human trafficking in integration into the labour market process.