Together Against Trafficking in Human Beings

Publications

Publications

  1. Legislation, rights protection and assistance

    Publication date: 25.05.2011

    mona_legislation_rights_protection_and_assistance_2010_en.pdf Publications Wednesday, 25 May, 2011 Victims 2011 MONA_2010 ... Read more

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  2. Human Child Trafficking. A Look Through the Internet Window

    Publication date: 16.10.2006

    ASTRA Serbia, 2006, 156 pages The research presented by the NGO ASTRA, shows that most of the identified victims of trafficking in human beings in Serbia are women who, during the recruitment by traffickers, were of high school age. As communication techn ... Read more

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  3. The Impact of the Use of New Communications and Information Technologies on Trafficking in Human Beings for Sexual Exploitation. A Study of the Users

    Publication date: 23.05.2002

    Donna Hughes (Council of Europe), May 2001, 28 pages New communications technologies and services enable users to communicate and transmit files. None of these new technologies are harmful, but they provide those who wish to harm or exploit women and chil ... Read more

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  4. The Impact of the Use of New Communications and Information Technologies on Trafficking in Human Beings for Sexual Exploitation. Role of Marriage Agencies in Trafficking in Women and Trafficking in Images of Sexual Exploitation

    Publication date: 14.11.2001

    Donna Hughes (Council of Europe), November 2001, 28 pages This report addresses the involvement of marriage agencies in trafficking for sexual exploitation. The research questions addressed in this report are: What is the use of new information and commun ... Read more

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  5. Trafficking in human beings: Internet recruitment. Misuse of the Internet for the Recruitment of Victims of Trafficking in Human Beings

    Publication date: 18.10.2007

    Sykiotou, AP (Council of Europe), 2007, 150 pages The use of the Internet to recruit victims is not a new form of trafficking, but simply a new weapon in the traffickers’ hands. Previously, press advertisements (employment, marriage, dating, etc.) were on ... Read more

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  6. Technology and Research Requirements for Combating Human Trafficking. Enhancing Communication, Analysis, Reporting, and Information Sharing

    Publication date: 17.03.2011

    Pacific Northwest National Laboratory for the US Department of State, March 2011, 39 pages The US Department of Homeland Security’ Science & Technology Directorate tasked the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) to conduct an exploratory study ... Read more

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  7. Forced labour and Human Trafficking: Handbook of Court Decisions

    Publication date: 22.10.2009

    International Labour Office,2009, 120 pages The purpose of this casebook is to introduce judges, prosecutors and other legal practitioners to the ways in which national and international courts have analyzed the term ‘forced labour’. The hope is that this ... Read more

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  8. Forced labour and Human Trafficking: A Handbook for labour inspectors

    Publication date: 23.10.2008

    International Labour Office, 2008, 68 pages Contemporary forms of forced labour, including trafficking in human beings are serious criminal offences. However, States and other actors have tended to assume that forced labour and trafficking are best dealt ... Read more

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  9. Trafficking for forced labour. How to monitor the recruitment of migrants

    Publication date: 11.10.2006

    International Labour Office, 2006, 99 pages This training manual aims to raise awareness amongst labour inspectors, police, government officials, employers’ organizations, trade unions, and others, on the issues of trafficking, forced labour and job place ... Read more

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  10. Forced labour: contemporary slavery in the UK

    Publication date: 16.04.2009

    Joseph Rowntree Foundation, April 2009, 4 pages Although there is evidence of forced labour occurring in the UK – drawn from practical experience, journalistic accounts and research studies – there is a real need for more extensive and robust evidence. Th ... Read more

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