Human Trafficking

is a serious crime that violates the victims’ dignity and rights. The forced exploitation imposed on the victims is usually a long process that has many consequences on their health and psychological well-being. Contributing to overcome the psychological impact of trafficking and not to revictimize survivors are challenges for all actors involved in this area.

The European project Psychological Health Impact of Trafficking in Human Beings on female victims (PHIT) has two key objectives: increase knowledge on the psychological impact of one particular form of human trafficking (for sexual exploitation) and improve the support that is provided to the survivors of this crime.

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Tools for stakeholders

Tools and training modules for stakeholders to disseminate best practices for victims support and assistance



Academic articles and reports to gain knowledge on the psychological impact of THB for sexual exploitation


Press articles about PHIT and support documents of events, open days, seminars organized for the project


Research and data collection tools

PHIT Final Conference

PHIT Final Conference took place on November 29th and 30th in Barcelona. During this two-day event, partners presented the final results of the analyses and studies carried out during the project, while engaging with the audience through debate and questions. 

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