The Screening Interview Form is a document enabling relevant stakeholders to identify the beneficiary as a victim by gathering information related to the trafficking process. It should be completed by one person (case-worker) in coordination with partners in both countries of origin / destination.

This document is a working document of the International Organization for Migration, used in the framework of the EU-funded TACT project (2015-2016).

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