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Human trafficking in Albania
The Changing Nature of Albanian Trafficking - Delta
Sophisticated Albanian gangs are linked to the upsurge of trafficking victims in the United Kingdom, most of whom are brought from Albania and passed around Europe as commodities through expansive criminal networks, Sky News reported Monday. The latest statistics from the National Crime Agency show that 5, potential trafficking victims were reported to British authorities in — that is a 35 percent increase from the previous year. A majority of victims are Albanians forced to work in the sex industry or exploited for cheap, unregulated labor. These gangs are far-reaching and particularly resilient. Both poverty and corruption bolster the problem, according to a US report on human trafficking.
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The Changing Nature of Albanian Trafficking
Albania is a source country for men, women, and children subjected to trafficking in persons , specifically forced prostitution and forced labor , including the forced begging of children. Albanian victims are subjected to conditions of forced labor and sex trafficking within Albania and Greece , Italy , North Macedonia , Kosovo , and Western Europe. Approximately half of the victims referred for care within the country in were Albanian; these were primarily women and girls subjected to conditions of forced prostitution in hotels and private residences in Tirana , Durres , Elbasan , and Vlora. Children were primarily exploited for begging and other forms of forced labor.
Albanian gangs operating at the "higher end of sophistication" are being linked to a surge in the number of trafficking victims brought to the UK. Sky News met 15 victims at a shelter in Vlore, a city in the south of Albania which remains a hot spot for the country's trafficking network. These women and girls are victims of Albanian trafficking gangs and are now receiving help from the charity Vatra. She told Sky News how it brought shame on her family and described how she was beaten by her own mother and brother.