Half of Migrants Arrived to Spain in 2018 Reported Direct Experience With Human Trafficking, Exploitation or Abuse During Western Mediterranean Route

HUMAN WRONGS WATCH

Madrid, 12 March 2019 (IOM)* —  According to an International Organization for Migration (IOM) flow monitoring survey of over 1,300 migrants and refugees in Spain last year, nearly half (48%) of those interviewed indicated having at least one direct experience related to human trafficking, exploitation or abuse while traveling on the Western Mediterranean Route. 

dtm_spainIOM staff speaking with a migrant at a humanitarian assistance reception centre in Miraflores de la Sierra, Spain. Photo: IOM

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