Together Against Trafficking in Human Beings



  1. Beneath the surface. Methodological issues in research and data collection with trafficked persons

    Publication date: 20.10.2010

    IOM and Washington D.C: NEXUS, Geneva, 2010, pages 96 This report focuses on approaches to collecting data about human trafficking that underlie a large segment of research produced since the UN Protocol and, in doing so, reveals some of the key reasons t ...Read More

  2. Human Trafficking Online: The role of social Networking Sites and Online Classifieds

    Publication date: 22.09.2011

    Centre on Communication Leadership & Policy (USC, Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism), September 2011, 56 pages Hundreds of millions of individuals use social networking sites. However, in contrast to the social benefits that Internet ...Read More

  3. Tackling child labour: From commitment to action

    Publication date: 07.07.2012

    tackling_child_labour_en.pdf Section: Publications Publication Date:  Saturday, 7 July, 2012 Institution: International ...Read More

  4. Study On trafficking in organs, tissues and cells and trafficking in human beings

    Publication date: 12.10.2009

    council-un_study_on_trafficking_in_organs_2009_en.pdf Section: Publications Publication Date:  Monday, 12 October, 2009 Institution: Council of the ...Read More

  5. Analysing the Business- Model of trafficking in human beings to better prevent the crime

    Publication date: 30.05.2010

    the_business_model_of_trafficking_2009_en.pdf Section: Publications Publication Date:  Sunday, 30 May, 2010 Institution: International ...Read More

  6. The cost of coercion: Global Report

    Publication date: 11.05.2009

    ilo_the_cost_of_coersion_2009_en.pdf Section: Publications Publication Date:  Monday, 11 May, 2009 Type of Organisation: Government ...Read More

  7. Forced labour and UK immigration policy: status matters?

    Publication date: 12.10.2011

    Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Peter Dwyer et al., 12 October 2011, 45 pages The UK is home to a diverse range of migrant communities. This paper explores how much the immigration status affects the international migrants’ vulnerability to forced labour. Fiv ...Read More

  8. Experiences of forced labour among Chinese migrant workers

    Publication date: 01.11.2011

    Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Carolyn Kagan et al., 1 November 2011, 68 pages Over the last decade, the economic boom and political conditions in China have led to an increasing number of people from mainland China to migrate to seek work in the UK. This re ...Read More

  9. Fundamental principles and rights at work: From commitment to action

    Publication date: 07.03.2012

    International Labour Conference, 2012, 119 pages This Global Report analyses the use of fundamental principles and rights (including elimination of forced labour) in trade agreements, the impact of ILO's standard-related work as well as promotional a ...Read More

  10. Giving globalization a human face (General Survey on the fundamental Conventions)

    Publication date: 02.03.2012

    International Labour Conference, 2 mars 2012, 402 pages The General Survey of the Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations reviews application in law and practice of ILO's eight fundamental Conventions. Since traffic ...Read More