This report summarises the findings of research into compensation practices for victims of human trafficking in various jurisdictions and offers recommendations for improvement.

Remedies are an important part in the process of recovery and successful rehabilitation/reintegration of victims of human trafficking. In particular, compensation or some form of financial redress for the economic losses suffered by victims as well as the physical and mental harm they have suffered allows victims to re-establish control over their own lives and gives them a sense of financial security. Another extremely important function of compensation is that it gives victims a sense of closure and the feeling that justice has finally been served

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