Acting Against Human Trafficking: A Reflection

Source: 
Comité d’action contre la traite humaine interne et internationale (CATHII)
Date: 
2010
Category: 
Awareness
Origin: 
Canadian
Summary: 
This paper provides a summary of three key documents that were prepared to promote national action against trafficking in persons in Canada: “An Exploration of Promising Practices in Response to Human Trafficking in Canada”, a report requested by the government of the province of Manitoba in 2010; “Connecting the Dots”, a proposal presented by Joy Smith, Member of Parliament for Kildonan-St-Paul, recommending measures required in a national action plan to combat trafficking in persons, published before the NAP was developed; and “Invisible Chains”, by researcher and jurist Benjamin Perrin, which analyzes the issue of trafficking in persons in Canada and abroad. The summary outlines different perspectives on emerging trends and needs in Canada’s anti-trafficking efforts.
Also available in: 
French.