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UNODC Human Trafficking Case Law Database

Source: 
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
Summary: 
UNODC has developed an online database to collect and disseminate information on human trafficking prosecutions and convictions. This case law database intends to enable judges, prosecutors, policy-makers, media, researchers and other interested parties to take court decisions relating to these instruments into account when dealing with human trafficking issues, to promote the uniform interpretation and application of these instruments, to consult on practices in different jurisdictions, and to broaden knowledge on human trafficking crimes as well as the realities faced by ordinary people victimized by those who would buy, sell, and exploit them. UNODC invites legal practitioners in all Member States to contribute human trafficking case law to the database.
Also available in: 
French.

UNgift.org - UN Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking

Source: 
United Nations Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking
Category: 
Services
Awareness
Origin: 
International
Summary: 
Since its inception in 2007, UN.GIFT has worked on mobilizing all State and non-State actors to eradicate human trafficking. This has been done mainly through increasing knowledge and raising awareness on human trafficking, building capacity and fostering innovative partnerships.

Open letter to people who have been raped or trafficked

Source: 
Anglican Women's Empowerment
Category: 
Awareness
Origin: 
International
Summary: 
Sometimes the most long-lasting damage from rape or trafficking is the shame and self-blame left embedded in the victims. Our open letter to victims uses a down-to-earth blend of logic, psychology and theology to try to alleviate their pain. You can print out and download copies in English, Swahili, French, and Haitian Creole. For more information, contact Anglican Women’s Empowerment at awetoday@gmail.com. For feedback about the content or use, contact Dr. Jacqueline Plumez at careerdoct@aol.com.

The Natashas: Inside the new global sex trade

Source: 
Malarek, Victor
Category: 
Awareness
Origin: 
Canadian

CATHII info

Source: 
CATHII
Category: 
Awareness
Origin: 
Canadian
Summary: 
série de bulletins mensuels

Human Trafficking: Where to find more information

Source: 
Canadian Red Cross
Category: 
Awareness
Origin: 
Canadian
Summary: 
4 pages - organizations, films, actions, what to do if you suspect someone is a victim of trafficking

Business Travellers Against Human Trafficking (pamphlet)

Source: 
Stop the Traffick / Oasis
Category: 
Awareness
Origin: 
Canadian
Summary: 
Business Travellers Against Human Trafficking is a campaign designed to help you stop the sexual exploitation of women, children and men at home and around the world. The campaign... >> Keeps you informed about human trafficking >> Provides a way to report suspicions of human trafficking. >> Encourages hotels and airlines to adopt a code of ethics related to human trafficking.

humantrafficking.org: A web resource for combating human trafficking

Source: 
humantrafficking.org
Category: 
Services
Awareness
Origin: 
International
Summary: 
Web resource pages include: Awareness Raising, Protection, Rehabilitation, Publications, Capacity Building Tools, NGO Corner The purpose of this Web site is to bring Government and NGOs in the East Asia and Pacific together to cooperate and learn from each other’s experiences in their efforts to combat human trafficking. This Web site has country-specific information such as national laws and action plans and contact information on useful governmental agencies. It also has a description of NGO activities in different countries and their contact information.

21 Things You Can Do Today to End Sex Trafficking

Source: 
Resist Exploitation Embrace Dignity (REED)
Category: 
Awareness
Origin: 
Canadian

Open Your Eyes to Sexual Exploitation

Source: 
Canadian Red Cross
Category: 
Services
Awareness
Origin: 
Canadian
Summary: 
Awareness and contact information for young people at risk of sexual exploitation - part of RespectED

Human Trafficking: Freeing women, children and men

Source: 
Anglican Women's Empowerment
Category: 
Awareness
Origin: 
International
Summary: 
Table of Contents: What is Human Trafficking? Report from the UN, ILO, INTERPOL; The Faith Imperative; The Scriptural Basis for Justice; Root Causes of Human Trafficking; The Social, Political, and Economic Environment; How Do We Respond? The Anglican Legacy on Social Justice; Legal Assistance for Victims of Trafficking; The Trafficking Victim is Just that, a Victim; Rehabilitation for Victims of Trafficking; How to Help Victims Return to a Healthy and Meaningful Life; What Can I Do? Best Practice Suggestions from Those Working in the Field; Church Organizations in Support of Victims; Present Projects and Community Efforts Across the World

Best Practices When Working with Exotic Dancers

Source: 
Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre
Category: 
Services
Origin: 
Canadian
Summary: 
Eight pointers based on Respect, Equality, Safety and Dignity - part of the sex worker outreach project

Language Identification Guide

Source: 
Multilingual Community Interpreter Services
Category: 
Services
Origin: 
Canadian
Summary: 
The Language ID Guide has the message “I speak____[name of the spoken language]” translated into 69 languages categorized in 5 major regions: Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, and the Middle East. MCIS’ Language ID Guide is developed for easy identification of spoken languages when a non-English language speaking person is in need of language interpretation service but not able to identify the spoken language either by words or by writing. The Language ID Guide is essential for english speakers who need to identify the language(s) of the non-English speaking clients for arranging an interpreter, and is critical in increasing access to emergency assistance and services from the Police, public health services, and children’s aid services.

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