On 30 June 2014, the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) releases a handbook to strengthen national guardianship systems for children in Europe, as part of the EU's anti-trafficking strategy which recognises the vital role guardians play in protecting children from harm.
International Organization for Migration (IOM), 2007, 356 pages
2010, 207 pages
This Handbook is the second edition of the Handbook on data collection published in 2008. It contains an up-dated list of indicators for the collection of data on trafficking in human beings. It has also been up-dated in relation to other resources, initiatives and projects trafficking data collection in Europe.
Monica O'Connor and Grainne Healy, 2006, 40 pages
Prepared for the Joint Project Coordinated by the Coalition Against Trafficking in Women (CATW) and the European Women’s Lobby (EWL), this handbook seeks to explore and elucidate the links between prostitution and trafficking.
It focuses on the importance of programmes and policies that are based on gender equality, the legal status of the sex industry, and the male demand for prostitution that promotes sex trafficking.
Anti-Trafficking Data Collection and Information Management in the European Union – a Handbook
The situation in the Czech Republic, Poland, Portugal and the Slovak Republic
International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD), 2009, 165 pages
2009, 166 pages
The handbook is intended as a practical tool and, thus, outlines not only how data can be collected from a methodological and legal perspective but, equally, what type of victim and trafficker/criminal justice information can be important to collect and analyse in efforts to combat human trafficking.
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) / Skrivankova Klara
November 2010, 38 pages
This paper begins with the question: Where does decent work end and labour exploitation begin, and where does labour exploitation end and forced labour begin?
United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), 2009, 63 pages
Council of Baltic Sea States' (CBSS), 2011, 45 pages
The "Handbook for Consular and Diplomatic Staff" is the result of a training programme for consular and diplomatic staff that was conducted in the capitals of Council of Baltic Sea States' (CBSS) members and beyond between 2008 and 2010.
International Organization for Migration (IOM) /US Department of State, 2008, 80 pages
This handbook is a resource and guide for project managers, developers, implementers, evaluators and donors, who want to develop indicators for their counter-trafficking projects. The handbook can be used by any organisation in order to define, and incorporate, indicators that measure project performance within the framework of prevention, protection and prosecution. The aim assist in more effective and successful programming.