Ressources relatives à la traite

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  • Association des femmes autochtones du Canada (AFAC)
    Ce manuel a comme but principal de fournir des informations sur l’exploitation sexuelle et la traite des personnes aux femmes autochtones qui risquent d’être exploitées sexuellement, ou qui considèrent qu’elles sont exploitées. Il vise également à offrir des pratiques exemplaires aux travailleurs et travailleuses de première ligne œuvrant auprès des femmes et des filles autochtones exploitées, afin de mieux les appuyer.
    2015 , Canadien
  • West Coast Domestic Workers' Association (WCDWA)
    En commémorant la Journée mondiale contre la traite des personnes, le WCDWA a lancé en juillet 2015 un avis d’intérêt public sur la traite à des fins de travail forcé au Canada.
    2015 , Canadien
  • Saskatoon Downtown Youth Centre Inc. - EGADZ
    The I Am Not 4 Sale website and the application available for download for smart phones are part of a Community Partnership seeking to encourage change for sexually exploited children, youth, females and males of all ages. The I Am Not 4 Sale App looks to provide individuals with the ability to ask questions, seek guidance, learn about and utilize supports and services while remaining confidential and unidentified at a click of a button. The application provides access to immediate 24 hour resources with confidential, non-judgemental supports.
    2015 , Canadien
  • ACT Alberta
    Ce livret d’études de cas regroupe des histoires vécues par plusieurs personnes ayant subi la traite. Les témoignages proviennent des clients réels dirigés vers ATC Alberta. Le but de cette publication est de faciliter la compréhension de ce que vivent les personnes ayant subi la traite en Alberta.
    2015 , Canadien
  • ACT Alberta
    In recognition of National Victims of Crime Awareness Week, ACT Alberta created a myth-busting infographic to challenge and correct the misconceptions about human trafficking in Alberta.
    2015 , Canadien
  • ACT Alberta
    This summary document details a brief overview of the components of the project "Engaging Community: Addressing Sex Trafficking in Edmonton.” This collaborative project was led by a Core Group of organizations in Edmonton and was carried out for a period of two and a half years to create a Community Action Plan to reduce and prevent sex trafficking in Edmonton. More information about the project is available at: http://www.actalberta.org/projects.
    2015 , Canadien
  • Comité d'action contre la traite interne et internationale (CATHII)
    Le CATHII a publié ce rapport en collaboration avec l’École de service social de l’Université McGill, présentant les résultats d’une recherche pancanadienne sur les enjeux de l’intervention concertée auprès des personnes ayant subi la traite à travers le pays. Le rapport fait un portrait des pratiques existantes de soutien et de protection des personnes ayant subi la traite au Canada. Il aborde également les domaines d’action possibles visant à soutenir les intervenants dans leurs réponses, à faciliter la consultation et la coopération entre ces derniers, et à faciliter l’accès aux services qui répondent adéquatement aux besoins spécifiques des personnes ayant subi la traite. Plus d'informations sur le travail : http://www.cathii.org/node/205.
    2015 , Canadien
  • Comité d’Action contre la Traite Interne et Internationale (CATHII)
    Ce répertoire propose une liste de programmes utiles aux personnes ayant vecu l'exploitation sexuelle ou le travail forcé. Une liste des ressources est classée selon les étapes de l’intervention : 1. urgence (24 heures); 2. court et moyen terme (période de stabilisation) et 3. soutien à plus long terme pour faciliter la réinsertion sociale. Le répertoire contient une section intitulée « Pour en savoir plus sur la traite ». On y trouve une définition de la traite de personnes, des critères permettant d’identifier les victimes et une liste de formations offertes sur différents aspects de la traite. En annexe, il propose une liste de répertoires disponibles sur Internet jugés utiles pour répondre aux besoins des victimes.
    2015 , Canadien
  • PACT-Ottawa
    Le Projet imPACT fait partie de l’initiative de prévention de la traite des personnes de l’organisme PACT-Ottawa. Ce projet vise à empêcher et à réduire la traite des femmes et des filles à Ottawa au moyen de la planification communautaire. Le Programme de film du Projet imPACT a rassemblé des jeunes afin de produire des courts métrages qui visent à sensibiliser le grand public sur la traite à des fins d’exploitation sexuelle à Ottawa. Le documentaire décrit l’intention et l’impact du programme et comprend trois films réalisés par les jeunes. Dans leurs films, les jeunes ont choisi de mettre l’accent sur le recrutement, les déclarations des victimes et les renseignements erronés du public.
    2015 , Canadien
  • Polaris Project
    This resource provides recommendations to service providers and criminal justice professionals to better equip them to provide the specialized services and resources needed by LGBTQ trafficking victims and survivors. This resource includes a report and a webinar summarizing the report, providing best practices for service providers serving the LGBTQ community.
    2015 , International
  • B.C. Office to Combat Trafficking in Persons (OCTIP)
    The goal of this Toolkit is to support communities to take action at the local level to raise awareness and prevent human trafficking. This toolkit is for communities to use to take action to combat human trafficking at the local level. The information is provided in clear language so any community member can use it to begin to address this issue. For example, the Toolkit could be used by anyone who wants to take action in their community, including concerned citizens, NGOs, social service providers, health care professionals, law enforcement, municipal government representatives, schools, First Nations bands and councils, and members of the general public. It provides practical information and specific examples of how B.C. communities are addressing this issue, including community action stories.
    2015 , Canadien
  • ACT Alberta
    Le rapport final du projet intitulé « Engaging Community: Addressing Sex Trafficking in Edmonton. » Ce projet collaboratif, qui a duré deux ans et demi, a été mené par un noyau d’organisations œuvrant à Edmonton. Le but était d’élaborer un plan d’action communautaire pour réduire et prévenir la traite à des fins d'exploitation sexuelle dans la ville d’Edmonton. C’est la première fois qu’un projet de la sorte voit le jour dans la ville d’Edmonton et il n’existe que deux projets semblables au Canada.
    2015 , Canadien
  • Fraser Health
    A 1-hour online learning module developed by Fraser Health Forensic Nurse Examiners. The module is designed to better aid emergency health care professionals to identify and provide assistance to potential victims of human trafficking and sexual exploitation who present in a hospital Emergency Department. Two versions are available for: 1) Fraser Health staff and other B.C. health care providers, and 2) the general public and non-B.C. health care providers. The training method, which includes an introductory video on human trafficking and interactive case studies, is based on the "c.a.r.e" acronym (CONSIDER - the red flags, ASSESS - the health care environment, the patient and the health care provider, RESPOND - initiate a referral to Forensic Nursing Service, EVALUATE - the response). This acronym is based on a trauma informed approach to care and guides the health care provider through the steps of identification and response.
    2014 , Canadien
  • Conseil canadien pour les réfugiés
    Le 27 novembre 2013, le Conseil canadien pour les réfugiés (CCR) a tenu un Forum pancanadien sur la traite des personnes conjointement avec sa Consultation d’automne 2013 à Kitchener-Waterloo. Ce Forum a été l’occasion pour les participants qui s’occupent des questions liées à la traite des personnes de faire du réseautage et d’échanger des idées afin d’aider les personnes ayant subi la traite au Canada. La discussion a aussi porté sur les priorités quant à l’élaboration de politiques, la sensibilisation et la prestation de services. Parmi les 68 individus qui ont participé au Forum, on comptait des représentants d’organisations non gouvernementales, de prestataires de services, des universitaires, ainsi que des représentants de différents paliers du gouvernement et des forces policières œuvrant dans le domaine de la traite, provenant de la Colombie-Britannique, du Manitoba, de l’Ontario et du Québec. Les participants ont identifié un certain nombre de priorités pour aller de l’avant se basant sur les défis, les tendances et les expériences discutés lors du Forum. Ceux-ci se concentrent sur les domaines des politiques, de la prestation de services et de la sensibilisation et peuvent servir de ligne directrice au travail continu des ONG, des prestataires de services, des agents d’application de lois, des services d’immigration, des responsables de l’élaboration des politiques et des autres groupes œuvrant contre la traite des personnes partout au Canada.
    2014 , Canadien
  • Bureau International du Travail (BIT)
    Cette étude enquête sur les facteurs sous-jacents au travail forcé ainsi que sur les profits illégaux qu’il génère, répartis par secteur et par région.
    2014 , International
  • Women’s Support Network of York Region (WSN)
    This document, Creating An Anti-Human Trafficking Plan for York Region, details Stage 3 of the preceding Local Safety Audit: Developing A Community Action Plan. It outlines: A summary of the Project’s community-based consultations; identified priorities that resulted from the consultations; and developing the Action Plan: - Identifying priorities and opportunities resulting from the consultations - The development of local planning to operationalize the Priorities in York Region – that is, YRAHTC’s next steps at the local level.
    2014 , Canadien
  • West Coast Domestic Workers' Association (WCDWA)
    This report builds on a previous report, "Access To Justice For Migrant Workers In BC" published in 2013 by the West Coast Domestic Workers' Association, by focusing on labour trafficking and how the conditions and systems described in the 2013 report create environments of vulnerability that enable trafficking and trafficking-like situations to occur. This report aims to be a resource for WCDWA, other migrant workers’ advocacy groups and organizations, and policy makers in their efforts to protect migrant workers’ rights in BC. It also will contribute to the larger debate that recognizes the urgent need for systemic solutions that involve reforming legislative frameworks, committing more resources to supporting survivors of trafficking, investing in training front line responders on how to handle labour trafficking cases, and reforming labour and immigration policies that create employer-employee power imbalances and can lead to environments where labour trafficking can occur.
    2014 , Canadien
  • South Asian Women's Centre (SAWC)
    In September 2012, the South Asian Women’s Centre launched the Human Trafficking Guide and Toolkit which was titled R.I.G.H.T.S.F.M. The resource guide was updated in 2014 and is meant to serve as a guide for front-line workers and other stakeholders assisting clients facing these issues. Accompanying the original Resource Guide was also a Survivors Guide and brochures in five South Asian languages to help victims/survivors identify and seek support from the list of resources provided. This Guide is intended to assist service providers in helping South Asian survivors of domestic violence through the means of forced marriage and human trafficking. It is meant to be used as a supplement to existing literature on forced marriage and human trafficking. This guide is aimed at helping service providers understand the intricacies around forced marriage and human trafficking in the South Asian context.
    2014 , Canadien
  • Canadian Women’s Foundation (CWF)
    Report by the National Task Force on Sex Trafficking of Women and Girls in Canada, commissioned by the Canadian Women’s Foundation (CWF). The Task Force was launched in 2012 by the CWF in an effort to develop a long-term strategy to address sex trafficking in Canada. The report details the Task Force's findings as well as the recommendations for developing a long-term strategy. The CWF produced a 5-year strategy to address sex trafficking in Canada based on the results of the Task Force. To read more about the strategy, please consult: http://bit.ly/1xqPr96.
    2014 , Canadien
  • B.C. Office to Combat Trafficking in Persons (OCTIP), West Coast Domestic Workers' Association (WCDWA)
    Poster about domestic servitude as a form of human trafficking called, “Do you Feel Trapped” is now available in 5 languages. Copies of the poster can be ordered at: http://www.pssg.gov.bc.ca/victimservices/shareddocs/pubs/publication-order-form.pdf Help is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for victims of human trafficking by calling 1-888-712-7974 (interpretation is provided).
    2014 , Canadien
  • PACT-Ottawa
    PACT-Ottawa’s Local Safety Audit Report is part of Project imPACT’s efforts to prevent and reduce trafficking of women and girls in Ottawa through community planning. The project’s research was carried out between June 2013 and April 2014 in collaboration with partners including Crime Prevention Ottawa, Ottawa Police Service and St. Joe’s Women’s Centre, as well as a wide range of community stakeholders.
    2014 , Canadien
  • Office of the Special Representative and Co-ordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings, Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)
    This Handbook for Protocol Officers serves to raise awareness and inform the relevant authorities about how to prevent trafficking in human beings for domestic servitude in diplomatic households, how to detect abuses and how to react to exploitative situations while protecting the rights of the domestic worker. This handbook will increase knowledge about strategies and policies to discourage non-compliance in the employment of private domestic workers in diplomatic households. It will also provide examples of national practices which have proven effective towards those ends.
    2014 , International
  • Alliance Against Modern Slavery
    This research combines quantitative analysis and qualitative analysis of in-person case study interviews to better understand the incidence of human trafficking in Ontario, the needs of human trafficking victims within Ontario, and the challenges that exist for organizations providing services to these victims. The objectives of this report are to: • Support those advocating for funding and government commitment across Ontario for victim identification, interception, support and rehabilitation – the full spectrum of services; • Inform training for the different sectors (non-profit, government, law enforcement ect.) involved; • Act as an education, prevention and awareness tool for the general public; and • Inform policy developments, academic research, capacity building programs, projects, and events, including conference topics and workshops in Ontario.
    2014 , Canadien
  • West Coast Domestic Workers' Association (WCDWA)
    A clearinghouse for public legal information, tools and resources to prevent and combat labour exploitation and other forms of human trafficking of Live-in Caregivers. This webpage is for Live-in Caregivers, their friends and networks of support in their communities. Educate and inform yourself and others about the prevention and support available in cases of labour exploitation and other forms of human trafficking. The Clearinghouse is part of WCDWA's "Public Legal Education and Information (PLEI) on Human Trafficking" Project for Live-in Caregivers in British Columbia, which has been delivering free interactive, participatory, and community-centered workshops and mobile clinics to numerous communities throughout British Columbia.
    2014 , Canadien
  • Women’s Support Network of York Region (WSN)
    The WSN’s Preventing and Reducing the Trafficking of Women and Girls through Community Planning in York Region Project and the York Region Anti-Human Trafficking Committee (YRAHTC) worked in collaboration throughout 2013 to collect information on the local experiences of trafficked and at-risk populations of women in York Region. The purpose of this data collection was to inform priority action items and a community plan for 2014 to prevent and reduce human trafficking in the region. WSN’s Local Safety Audit Report outlines the Project’s local diagnosis that will inform YRAHTC’s next steps at the local level.
    2014 , Canadien

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