Report: Frontline Responses to Human Trafficking in Canada: Coordinating Services for Victims

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Source: 
Comité d'action contre la traite interne et internationale (CATHII)
Date: 
2015
Category: 
Awareness
Origin: 
Canadian
Summary: 
This report, published by CATHII in collaboration with the McGill School of Social Work, features the results of Canada-wide research on issues concerning the coordination of responses to trafficking in persons across the country. The report examines existing practices in providing assistance to and protecting trafficked persons across Canada. It also explores possible areas of action to support front-line workers in their responses, to facilitate consultation and cooperation between front-line workers, and to facilitate access to services that adequately respond to the specific needs of trafficked persons.
Also available in: 
French.