European Commission/Mike Dottridge, 2007, 86 pages
This manual is intended to enhance the capacity of EU Member States to develop and implement policies and strategies in response to human trafficking. The manual presents a checklist of a total of 55 indicators/questions. These indicators will allow Member States to measure their progress, in particular in implementing recommendations made in the Report of the Experts Group on Trafficking in Human Beings (published by the European Commission on 22 December 2004).
2006, respectively 85 pages, 180 pages and 116 pages
This training manual was developed with the objective of raising awareness about the crime of human trafficking as a serious crime and a violation of human rights, and of enhancing the capability and skills of judges and prosecutors to adequately detect trafficking cases and implement anti-trafficking legislation in line with agreed European and international standards.
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 and in the international cooperation needed to achieve these goals. It consists of 14 modules which outlines and explains different situations related to human trafficking.