UNODC Releases Trafficking Estimates for Ireland, Romania, Serbia

21 November 2018
Research Innovation

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), together with the Walk Free Foundation and the respective national authorities have used multiple systems estimation (MSE) to estimate the number of trafficking victims in Ireland, Romania and Serbia. According to the studies, in 2016, there were 200 trafficking victims in Ireland, 1,200 in Romania and 970 in Serbia. Read more about the estimates here.

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