(2008/604/EC), 2 pages
UN.GIFT, 2008, 82 pages
The report describes the discussions, activities and accomplishments of the Vienna Forum to Fight Human Trafficking, held in Vienna from 13 to 15 February 2008. Twenty-eight panels, workshops, special sessions and side events were held as part of the Forum with a view to exploring the themes of vulnerability, impact and action and to offering an opportunity for dialogue on preventing and combating trafficking in persons.
UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), First Edition, 2008, 384 pages
This compilation of selected legal reference materials is intended to assist UNHCR staff and other professionals to better understand the interlinks between different areas of international law, and how these laws collectively govern the complex problem of human trafficking.
International Organization for Migration (IOM), 2007, 356 pages
Anti-Slavery International, 2008, 56 pages
UNICEF/Mike Dottridge: Young People's Voices on Child Trafficking: Experiences from South Eastern Europe, 2008, 70 pages
This study intends to stimulate thinking and action based on the active participation of children and young people. The study is based on interviews with 31 children and young people (30 girls and 1 boy) who had been trafficked. Interviews were conducted in Albania, Kosovo, Republic of Moldova and Romania in 2005 and 2006.
European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), 2008, 22 pages
United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime (UNODC) 2nd edition, 2008, 562 pages
La Strada, 2008, 116 pages
The report explores the link between trafficking in women and the violation of women's rights nine La Strada countries (Belarus, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Macedonia, Moldova, the Netherlands, Poland, and Ukraine).
ECPAT International Secretariat, 2009, 60 pages
The report was launched by ECPAT International and The Body Shop and reveals key findings on the scale of trafficking in children and young people for sexual purposes worldwide.
Main findings of the report include: