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Sex Trafficking of Women to Canada: Results from a Qualitative Metasynthesis of Empirical Research

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Timoshkina, Natalya & Lynn McDonald
Date: 
2011
Category: 
1|Services
2|Awareness
Origin: 
1|Canadian
Summary: 
*numerous interesting findings *recommendations, including those about policy and services: •Ensure adequate training for law enforcement and immigration officers on identification of, and competent responses to, cases of sex trafficking. •Create a new immigration category for trafficked persons (similar to T-1 Visa in the U.S.) or a special humanitarian and compassionate grounds sub-category. Trafficked victims should not be pressured to testify against their traffickers. •Provide migrant workers with opportunities to establish permanent residency in Canada and to reunite with family. •Strengthen coordination and collaboration between immigration authorities, law enforcement, NGOs and other relevant stakeholders in response to human trafficking. •Develop relevant local, national and international counter-trafficking partnerships and initiatives. •Develop comprehensive, multilingual information kits pertaining to Canadian immigration and labour policies, laws, regulations, migrants’ and workers’ rights, and health and social services. Kits should be distributed through Canadian embassies, consulates and missions abroad, and at the Canadian ports of entry, to all temporary workers, visitors, and students. •Ensure accessibility and effectiveness of services for trafficked persons.
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Agir contre la traite humaine: Document de réflexion

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Comité d’action contre la traite humaine interne et internationale (CATHII)
Date: 
2010
Category: 
2|Awareness
Origin: 
1|Canadian
Summary: 
Ce document offre un résumé de trois documents clés qui proposent une action pancanadienne contre la traite des personnes : « Tour d’horizon sur les pratiques prometteuses en matière de politiques et de services aux victimes de la traite des personnes », un rapport commandé en 2010 par le gouvernement du Manitoba; « Relier les pointillés », une proposition présentée par Joy Smith, députée de Kildonan – St-Paul, recommandant des mesures essentielles à un plan d’action pancanadien contre la traite des personnes, publiée avant que le PAN ne soit développé; et, « Invisible Chains », du chercheur et juriste Benjamin Perrin, analysant les mécanismes de la traite des personnes au Canada et à l’étranger. Le résumé présente différentes perspectives sur les tendances émergentes et les besoins du Canada dans ses efforts contre la traite.
Also available in: 
Anglais.

Human Trafficking Power and Control Wheel - Polaris Project

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Polaris Project
Date: 
2010
Category: 
2|Awareness
Origin: 
2|International
Summary: 
This wheel is meant to raise awareness about the non-physical forms of control used by traffickers in situations of sex and labour trafficking, many of which can be similar to non-physical forms of control and power present in domestic violence situations.
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Only available in English.

Canada Fights Human Trafficking

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Canada Fights Human Trafficking
Date: 
2010
Category: 
2|Awareness
Summary: 
48 sec video

Human Trafficking in Canada - 2nd edition

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People's Law School
Date: 
2010
Category: 
1|Services
2|Awareness
Origin: 
1|Canadian
Summary: 
A free 16-page booklet available in print and online. Summarizes the definition of trafficking, the law, initiatives and what members of the public can do. List of resources included. Other publications are available online: www.publiclegaled.bc.ca.
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Only available in English.

Human Trafficking and the Sex Trade Fact Sheet

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Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre
Date: 
2010
Category: 
2|Awareness
Origin: 
1|Canadian
Summary: 
1 page with facts and statistics

Invisible Chains

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Perrin, Benjamin
Date: 
2010
Category: 
2|Awareness
Origin: 
1|Canadian

Memoirs of a Sex Slave Survivor

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Nagy, Timea
Date: 
2010
Category: 
2|Awareness
Origin: 
1|Canadian
Summary: 
A story of one person's difficult journey into the underbelly of the sex slavery trade and the personal healing and forgiveness that followed. Timea Nagy hopes to inspire others to rise above victimization and lead joyful and purposeful lives in spite of difficult circumstances a living example of grace in action.

Buying Sex is not a Sport

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Resist Exploitation Embrace Dignity
Date: 
2010
Category: 
2|Awareness
Origin: 
1|Canadian
Summary: 
Buying Sex Is Not a Sport is a grassroots campaign to raise awareness and effect change around sex trafficking and the 2010 Olympic games. The demand for sexual access to the bodies of women and children fuels human trafficking. Women and children in Metro Vancouver and Whistler are routinely coerced into the flesh trade to meet this demand, and a large sporting event such as the 2010 Olympics will only further exploitation through a rise in the demand for paid sex. Buttons, posters, t-shirts available for sale.

Sex + Money: A National Search for Human Worth

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PhotogenX
Date: 
2010
Category: 
2|Awareness
Origin: 
2|International
Summary: 
Sex+Money: A National Search for Human Worth is a feature length documentary that follows a group of journalists as they travel in an RV across the United States, seeking to understand how the sexual exploitation of children has become the nation's fastest growing form of organized crime, and what can be done to stop it. Trailer on youTube @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GsY93C8cm54&feature=player_embedded

coerce.ca - Fight against Modern Day Slavery

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coerce.ca
Date: 
2010
Category: 
2|Awareness
Origin: 
1|Canadian
Summary: 
Raises awareness through a blog

Enslaved and Exploited: the Story of Sex Trafficking in Canada

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Hope for the Sold
Date: 
2010
Category: 
2|Awareness
Origin: 
1|Canadian
Summary: 
Video - information and interviews 46:16 minutes

The Walk - a play about sex trafficking

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Cunningham-Huston, Catherine
Date: 
2010
Category: 
2|Awareness
Origin: 
1|Canadian
Summary: 
“The Walk” is a new play about sex trafficking, by Catherine Cunningham-Huston. It will be produced by Moon Dog Theatre, in association with PACT-Ottawa (Persons Against the Crime of Trafficking in Humans). It's the story of three wildly incompatible individuals struggling to write a play about the trafficking of women. CATHERINE ANNE is a quirky social activist nun, STEPHANIE is a neurotic writer, and PETER is an out-of-work film director. From the group’s meetings, the haunting stories of trafficked women emerge. One thread that runs through the play is the story of CELESTINE, a Nigerian woman who was trafficked for eight years in Italy and is now trying to build a life for her infant son in Canada.

Deborah's Gate Program

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Salvation Army
Date: 
2009
Category: 
1|Services
Origin: 
1|Canadian
Summary: 
trifold pamphlet about a shelter for trafficked women
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The Johns: Sex for sale and the men who buy it

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Malarek, Victor
Date: 
2009
Category: 
2|Awareness
Origin: 
1|Canadian

Fact Sheet on Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes

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Beyond Borders
Date: 
2009
Category: 
2|Awareness
Origin: 
1|Canadian
Summary: 
Children fall victim to human traffickers for many of the same reasons that adults become victims. However, children have less influence on their own lives, and the national systems of justice and child welfare often do not adequately protect them. Children are thus much more vulnerable than adults ot exploitation. Children can become victims of a trafficking operation at any age, depending on the form of exploitation to which they will be subjected. Sometimes the children may know that they will be used to provide sexual services to adults, but they are completely unaware of the level of abuse to which they will be subjected, or of the physical and psychological damage they will suffer. Young people who want to get away from their home situations might not think about the possible problems they could face, and they do not have the experience to anticipate the dangers. Children who have no one to protect the are easy to manipulate. The traffickers understand this vulnerability, and are ready to exploit it. 6 pages

Caring for Trafficked Persons: Guidance for Health Providers

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International Organization for Migration, London School for Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, United Nations Global Initiative to Fight Trafficking in Persons
Date: 
2009
Category: 
1|Services
Origin: 
2|International
Summary: 
For many trafficked persons, the physical and psychological aftermath of a trafficking experience can be severe and enduring. Health providers may come into contact with victims of trafficking at different stages of the trafficking process and at different stages of their recovery. For health practitioners, diagnosing and treating trafficked persons can be exceptionally challenging. The informed and attentive health care provider can play an important role in assisting and treating individuals who may have suffered unspeakable and repeated abuse.
Also available in: 
Spanish (2012).

Forced Labour and Human Trafficking: Casebook of Court Decisions - A training manual for judges, prosecutors and legal practitioners

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International Labour Organization (ILO)
Date: 
2009
Category: 
1|Services
Origin: 
2|International
Summary: 
The present casebook fills an important gap. It covers a range of national experience, from judicial decisions on forced and bonded labour in a number of developing countries, through to the more recent decisions on forced labour and trafficking in industrialized countries. In particular, it seeks to illustrate how national court decisions have taken into account the provisions of the ILO’s own Conventions on forced labour, and how this may provide useful guidance for future court decisions. By increasing familiarization with and awareness of jurisprudence on forced labour, we hope also to promote cross-fertilization of experience and dialogue among judicial practitioners, both within domestic courts and between domestic and international courts. To enrich future editions of this casebook, the first of its kind, we also urge readers to share copies of court decisions involving forced labour.

Avenue Zero

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Choquette, Hélène / National Film Board (NFB) et al.
Date: 
2009
Category: 
2|Awareness
Origin: 
1|Canadian
Summary: 
52 mins - available for sale from NFB - French & English - Summary: Asian girls are enslaved in a suburban massage parlor... Domestic workers with working conditions reminiscent of slavery… Vancouver gangs recruit Honduran boys to sell drugs... Girls in a Montreal subway station are lured into prostitution... Human trafficking is still a reality today. And it’s happening closer to home than you might think. Featuring candid interviews with victims and witnesses, Avenue Zero weaves a spellbinding portrait of a dark and sinister trade flourishing in the shadows of the law.

Protection of Trafficked Persons

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Minwalla, Naomi / Barrister & Solicitor
Date: 
2008
Category: 
2|Awareness
Origin: 
1|Canadian
Summary: 
Presentation by Naomi Minwalla, Barrister and Solicitor "Protection of Trafficked Persons" At The Interfaith Summer Institute for Justice, Peace and Social Movements June 2008, Vancouver, BC "There is no legislation in Canada that addresses the protection of trafficked persons. There is none and don’t let anyone convince you that there is. There is none ..."
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Forced labour and human trafficking: handbook for labour inspectors

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International Labour Organization (ILO)
Date: 
2008
Category: 
2|Awareness
Origin: 
2|International
Summary: 
The handbook is a tool for training. It seeks both to inform labour inspectors of the facts and trends of modern forced labour and the challenges before them, and to promote discussion as to how labour inspectorates worldwide could be harnessed more effectively to global efforts against forced labour and trafficking. All over the world, there has been huge investment in training police, border control and other law enforcement agencies in ways to address human trafficking. Yet the key role of labour inspectors, in the eradication and prevention of forced labour including human trafficking, has so far been overlooked. Because these are serious criminal offences, States and other actors have tended to assume that forced labour and trafficking are best dealt with through criminal law enforcement and procedures, rather than through labour law, administration and justice.

Springtide Resources Newsletter Fall 2008

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Source: 
Springtide Resources
Date: 
2008
Category: 
2|Awareness
Origin: 
1|Canadian
Summary: 
This newsletter is meant to contribute to the discourse on human trafficking, in an attempt to highlight issues that will be of importance particularly to service providers who work with women who have experienced violence.

The Role of the Media in Building Images

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United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
Date: 
2008
Category: 
2|Awareness
Origin: 
2|International
Summary: 
The workshop “The Role of the Media” is organized by the Advocacy Section of UNODC. The workshop will take a closer look at the representation of human trafficking and its victims in the media. It will strive to generate a deeper understanding of the factors that have an impact on journalists’ decisions when covering the topic, and to discuss the importance of fair and balanced media coverage of the issue, particularly its victims, in order to avoid them being re-victimized and suffer any undue hardship arising from media interventions in the future. The discussion will also showcase best media practices.

Compendium on Best Practices on Anti-Human Trafficking by Non-Governmental Organizations

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United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
Date: 
2008
Category: 
1|Services
Origin: 
2|International
Summary: 
A 2008 publication of UNODC Regional Office for South Asia, highlights successful initiatives of NGOs and their partners from other sectors with respect to the prevention of human trafficking, the protection of its victims and the prosecution of its culprits.

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