Four Case Study Reports on Corruption and Organised Crime

Corruption is believed to be one of the key instruments adopted by organised criminal groups to avoid detection and obstruct counter-trafficking efforts. Although the use of corruption is often mentioned along with human trafficking, few studies have empirically explored the factors and mechanisms behind this nexus. These four reports provide new insights in this little explored area, drawing on studies carried out in Bulgaria, Croatia, Italy and Kosovo.

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