report advances the debate on how best to combat the crime of human trafficking
in Cyprus by providing much-needed information about the phenomenon and how it
manifests on both sides of the Green Line. Arguing that human trafficking takes
place in Cyprus for purposes of sexual and labour exploitation, the report
provides insights about the profiles of victims and perpetrators of this crime.
It concludes with an explanation of how the perpetuation of the frozen conflict
makes it harder to both punish the perpetrators and adequately protect the
victims of human trafficking.