„No one shall be subjected to arbitrary arrest, detention or exile.”





Identification – Typical Behaviors

The Victim

  • Anxious, tense, anguished, looking for solution
  • Paying attention to the prolem
  • Not being able to keep full control on his/her emotional reaction
  • Tendency to act by passion
  • S/he has no future vision
  • Lost in details of the problem, even though has lots of information about it
  • not able to see and organize the problem details
  • Narrow minded emotionally and mentally
  • only concentrates on the problem, brooding

Further signsazonositas2_cut

  • Losing trust
  • Feeling guilty
  • Anxiety
  • Isolated
  • Repressed emotions
  • Losing control

Visible Signs

  • Injuries (bruises, cuts, burning marks, etc), neglected infections, malnutrition, physical disabilities, slovenliness, extreme tiredness
  • Poor, neglected, dirty clothing, or special outfit for forced activities (e.g. prostitution)
  • Lack of personal documents, the presumed victim does not know his/her address
  • The address is always changing or there are inappropriate living conditions