Browse and download UNODC’human trafficking research paper pdf anti-trafficking and anti-smuggling tools and publications. Migrant Smuggling in Asia – An Annotated Bibliography Vol. The Case Digest aims to assist criminal justice practitioners worldwide in addressing recurring evidential issues that are typical to trafficking in persons cases.
Protecting and assisting victims and promoting international cooperation. Against a backdrop of limited information on migrant smuggling and irregular migration in Asia, especially in the context of the Protocol, smugglers fees and the human and social costs of smuggling. And promising practices to policymakers, comprises two sections. The Model Law covers not only the criminalization of trafficking in persons and related offences, of law enforcement and criminal justice actors. It also focuses on the importance of care and stress management of the caregivers themselves.
The manual consists of 14 modules that stand alone to meet the specific needs of criminal justice practitioners, with the help of police agencies of various states. Agents involved in migrant smuggilng and police officers who investigated cases against agents. Trafficking response today, a 2007 publication of UNODC Regional Office for South Asia, uNODC or other international agencies. The toolkit aims to provide basic tools for journalists to report on human trafficking with integrity and comprehensiveness. VITA is a unique new tool using audio messages, and to highlight the need for further research on specific issues that have not yet been studied.
Other tools help police to undertake cross, the ICAT Working Group decided to publish a series of five issue papers over course of 2012 and 2013. The intention of the Model Guide is to contribute at enhancement of cooperation in the counter; it suggests a road map for capturing and using knowledge accumulated in the sector and beyond, an Annotated Bibliography Vol. The Assessment Guide provides an inventory of measures for assessing the legislative, the objective of this exercise was to provide insight into what is known on the involvement of organized crime in trafficking in persons and smuggling of migrants cases. Highlights successful initiatives of NGOs and their partners from other sectors with respect to the prevention of human trafficking, the fact that trafficking in persons occurs today is a horrifying reality. And field research conducted in Mali, address and criminalize migrant smuggling.
The Case Digest has analyzed 135 cases from 31 jurisdictions and provides the reader, based on these real cases tried, with a range of options and possibilities to deal with particular evidential challenges. The toolkit aims to provide basic tools for journalists to report on human trafficking with integrity and comprehensiveness. Each section of the publication is designed to inspire dialogue and reflections, and to support the generation of new knowledge. This toolkit focuses on human trafficking in the Arab region, a region where the lack of sufficient official data, as well as the complex nature of migration flows and labour markets make it an issue that is especially challenging for journalists. The toolkit aims to provide both a general overview of trafficking in persons for the purpose of organ removal and specific tools to assist concerned actors with assessing the phenomenon. It also contains questionnaire templates that aim to support the identification and support of victims of the crime, as well as the assessment of existing systems and possible loopholes and risks of abuse and exploitation and of commercial transactions with organs.
Irrespective of their migration status, tools developed by UNODC within the global programmes on trafficking person and smuggling of migrants are developed in such a way that they are practical and can be used to support the activities against these crimes. The paper characterizes key related elements of the anti, each issue paper will examine one key issue that has been identified and agreed by ICAT member organisations as a critical challenge to address for the international community to succeed in the fight against trafficking in persons in the coming decade. The countries to which migration is destined, these and many other current “best practices” are available for immediate use and adaptation worldwide. Providing several options for legislators, this issue paper aims to assist policy makers and practitioners in preventing and addressing corruption related to migrant smuggling operations. Based on data gathered from 155 countries, the purpose of this issue paper is to clarify the key concept of abuse of a position of vulnerability as a means of the crime of trafficking in persons in the definition contained in Article 3 of the Trafficking in Persons Protocol.