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This article discusses the critical importance of re/integration services in the lives of trafficked persons and as central to an effective anti-trafficking response. It outlines how support and resources for re/integration services have so far not been widely available and the impact of this on trafficked persons. The article also discusses different strategies used within one re/integration initiative-the Trafficking Victims Re/integration Programme (TVRP)-to promote sustainabledoi:10.14197/atr.20121434 fatcat:4slwvblqnzeyzfonvk6mld5kja