Together Against Trafficking in Human Beings

Publications

Publications

  1. Targeting the sexbuyer- The Swedish example: stopping prostitution and trafficking where it all begins

    Publication date: 14.06.2010

    Swedish_example targeting_the_sexbuyer_the_swedish_example_stopping_prostitution_and_trafficking_where_it_all_begins.jpg ... Swedish Institute, 2010, 60 pages This publication presents the Swedish view on human trafficking ... to their countries of origin. At the request of the Swedish Institute, a number of key actors who are active ... Read more

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  2. Children trafficked for exploitation in begging and criminality- New report

    Publication date: 14.03.2013

    The programme was implemented during the year 2012 with funding provided by the Swedish Institute Baltic Sea ... and departments. The main interest of the report is to document experience and promising examples from each ... Read more

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  3. The Ban against the Purchase of Sexual Services. An evaluation 1999-2008.

    Publication date: 24.01.2013

    Selected extracts of the Swedish Government report SOU 2010:49. Swedish Institute, November 2010, 56 pages Since 1 January 1999, it has been a crime to buy sexual services in Sweden. In contrast ... the application of the ban on the purchase of sexual services and its effects. The Swedish Institute investigated ... Read more

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

    Publication date: 07.03.2012

    is a valid example of this trend. However, despite the new legislation and growing international concern, ... For example, many new laws do not provide much detail on specific forced labour offences. Anti-trafficking laws ... Read more

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  5. The UK’s response to human trafficking: Fit for purpose?

    Publication date: 24.07.2012

    The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), July 2012, 25 pages The UK is facing significant challenges in responding to trafficking in human beings by developing rapidly and producing multiple examples of innovative practice and partnership. The aims of this briefing paper are threefold: to provide a short ... Read more

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  6. European Commission Sector Guides on Implementing the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights

    Publication date: 02.07.2013

    of approaches and examples for how to put them into practice, and link users to additional resources that can ... Read more

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

    Publication date: 07.03.2012

    is a valid example of this trend. However, despite the new legislation and growing international concern, ... For example, many new laws do not provide much detail on specific forced labour offences. Anti-trafficking laws ... Read more

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  8. Prostitution, trafficking and modern slavery in Europe

    Publication date: 01.04.2014

    together with Iceland and Norway. The “Swedish approach”, based on criminalising the purchase of sexual ... Read more

  9. UNODC Human Trafficking Case Law Database

    Publication date: 06.07.2012

    with examples of how the respective national laws in place can be used to prosecute human trafficking. ... Read more

  10. The UK’s response to human trafficking: Fit for purpose?

    Publication date: 24.07.2012

    The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), July 2012, 25 pages The UK is facing significant challenges in responding to trafficking in human beings by developing rapidly and producing multiple examples of innovative practice and partnership. The aims of this briefing paper are threefold: to provide a short ... Read more

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