Together Against Trafficking in Human Beings

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Publications

  1. Combating trafficking in children for labour exploitation: A resource kit for policy-makers and practitioners

    Publication date: 31.10.2008

    exploitation ILO_resource_kit_for_policy_makers_and_practitioners combating_trafficking_in_children_for_labour_exploitation_a_resource_kit_for_policy_makers_and_practitioners.jpg ... International Labour Organisation (ILO) 2008, 222 pages This resource kit captures over 10 years ... and programming to fight child trafficking. The resource kit is composed of five separate but interrelated books ...Read More

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  2. Joint UN Commentary on the EU Directive – A Human Rights-Based Approach

    Publication date: 17.11.2011

    Labour Organisation (ILO), and the UN Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women),  are responsible for this Commentary aiming at helping the policy makers and legislators in EU ... UNODC, OHCHR, UNHCR, UNICEF, ILO, UN Women, November 2011, 132 pages The six United Nations ...Read More

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  3. Reference Guide on Protecting the Rights of Child Victims of Trafficking in Europe

    Publication date: 31.12.2005

    victims of trafficking. The Guide is a practical tool for policy makers and practitioners from government, ...Read More

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  4. UNODC Human Trafficking Case Law Database

    Publication date: 06.07.2012

    UNODC has developed a human trafficking case law database to provide public access to officially documented instances of trafficking in human beings. The database aims to assist judges, prosecutors, policy-makers, media researchers and other interested parties by making available details of real cases ...Read More

  5. Toolkit to Combat Trafficking in Persons

    Publication date: 31.08.2008

    United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime (UNODC) 2nd edition, 2008, 562 pages UNODC's Toolkit to Combat Trafficking in Persons provides practical help to Governments, policy-makers, law enforcers, NGOs and others to enable them to tackle human trafficking more effectively. The Toolkit contains ...Read More

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  6. The cost of coercion: Global Report

    Publication date: 11.05.2009

    International Labour Organisation (ILO), 2009, 96 pages The Report focus on forced labour, ... economy. It also indicates what has been achieved since the ILO called for intensified action against ... at risk; in adaptation of criminal codes; and in action by ILO constituents. Nevertheless, challenges ...Read More

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  7. Policies, practices and data on unaccompanied minors in the EU Member States and Norway

    Publication date: 03.06.2015

    and finally Highlight good practices which may serve to inform policy-makers of approaches to further ...Read More

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  8. Anti-Human Trafficking Manual for Criminal Justice Practitioners

    Publication date: 30.08.2009

    UN.GIFT, 2009, 396 pages The purpose of this Manual is to support criminal justice practitioners in the prevention of human trafficking, the protection of the victims, the prosecution of its perpetrators ... Anti-Human_Trafficking_Manual_for_Criminal_Justice_Practitioners anti-human_trafficking_manual_for_criminal_justice_practitioners.jpg ...Read More

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  9. ILO Action against Trafficking in Human Beings

    Publication date: 31.12.2007

    ILO, 2008, 37 pages This paper gives an overview of ILO action and work against trafficking in human beings. Many ILO advocacy activities to counter trafficking are addressed from a labour market ... inspectors and labour ministries. The report shows that ILO actions seek to eliminate the root causes ...Read More

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  10. ILO 2012 Global estimate of forced labour

    Publication date: 04.06.2012

    On the 1 st of June 2012 the new ILO Global estimate of forced labour has been launched. According to the report 20.9 million women, men and children are suffering in forced labour. The head of the ILO’s Special Action Programme to Combat Forced Labour, Beate Andrees, says that ILO has made good progress ensuring ...Read More

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