Together Against Trafficking in Human Beings



  1. 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

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. Human Trafficking and Technology. A framework for understanding the role of technology in the commercial sexual exploitation of children in the U.S.

    Publication date: 02.12.2011

    Microsoft Research Connections, 2011, 10 pages A recent framework developed by Microsoft Research Connections described the Internet as the number one platform for buying and selling women and children for sex in the United States: “Victims trafficked thr ...Read More

  7. An agenda for prevention. Activities and challenges in 2011

    Publication date: 15.12.2011

    OSCE, December 2011, 69 pages Maria Grazia Giammarinaro, the OSCE Special Representative and Co-ordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings, presented her annual report to the Permanent Council on 15 December 2011. On that occasion she called on s ...Read More

  8. More trafficking less trafficked. Trafficking for Exploitation outside the sex sector in Europe

    Publication date: 19.12.2011

    GAATW, 2011, 102 pages In this report the GAATW (Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women) points out that a broad definition of human trafficking is needed since the ‘traditional’ one focuses on the sex industry as the primary, if not the only, site of t ...Read More

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

    Publication date: 17.11.2011

    UNODC, OHCHR, UNHCR, UNICEF, ILO, UN Women, November 2011, 132 pages The six United Nations agencies, the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), ...Read More

  10. Child Trafficking in the Nordic Countries

    Publication date: 16.12.2011

    United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), December 2011, 64 pages The aim of this study is to improve the understanding of child trafficking and responses in the Nordic region. It is based on data and information gathered by the UNICEF Innocenti Research C ...Read More