The Incidence of Human Trafficking in Ontario

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Source: 
Alliance Against Modern Slavery
Date: 
2014
Category: 
2|Awareness
Origin: 
1|Canadian
Summary: 
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.
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