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  • Title: UNIAP - The United Nations Inter-Agency Project on Human Trafficking
    Descriptive info: .. no-trafficking.. org.. Human Trafficking 101: This video outlines what is human trafficking in clear, basic easy to understand forma.. t.. UNIAP Updates.. UNIAP along with anti trafficking partners from ILO, UNESCO, World Vision, and NEXUS Institute share their expertise and experiences on addressing human trafficking in Myanmar.. More Information.. SIREN Report GMS-10: Exposing trafficking in supply chains through investigative journalism.. Download Report [PDF].. Re-thinking Trafficking Prevention - A Guide to Applying Behaviour Theory.. Recruitment Agencies and the Employment of Cambodian Domestic Workers in Cambodia.. (Re)Integration - Perspectives of Victim Service Agencies on Successes Challenges in Trafficking Victim publication released.. UNIAP 2010 Human Trafficking Datasheets Released.. Read More.. Follow us on:.. Subscribe to our channel:.. org.. org is the online resource center for the United Nations Inter-Agency Project on Human Trafficking (UNIAP).. UNIAP was established in 2000 with a central focus on trafficking in persons and a mandate to facilitate a stronger and more coordinated response to trafficking in persons in the Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS).. Latest Update.. COMMIT Senior Officials Meeting 9.. The 9th COMMIT Senior Officials Meeting (SOM) was held last week from 21 – 22 February, bringing together senior government officials from the six nations of the Greater Mekong Sub-Region (Cambodia, China, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam), who are committed to the goal of eradicating the heinous crime of human trafficking both domestically and transnationally from this region.. SOM 9, which was hosted this year by the Royal Thai Government, came at an exciting point in the COMMIT Process.. In the final year of its third phase, this Senior Officials Meeting focused on the past achievements of the process, the best practice methods that could be learned from those achievements, and how to best apply those lessons in determining the future direction that the process will take.. The official theme of SOM 9 was:.. Coordination and Action to Combat Human Trafficking: Lessons Learned from the COMMIT Process  ...   at the regional, bi-lateral and multi-lateral level in the criminal justice response to anti-trafficking to give law enforcement the tools to stop this transnational crime.. Soliciting the input and ideas of the region s young people through the Mekong Youth Forum is an important step to ensure the future of the COMMIT Process by engaging the next generation anti-trafficking fighters.. The 2013 independent evaluation of the COMMIT Process, to begin the vision process of the future direction of the COMMIT Process beyond 2013.. The 9th COMMIT Senior Officials Meeting was an extremely productive event that provided the Governments of the Greater Mekong Sub-Region a forum to coordinate their regional anti-trafficking efforts.. With human trafficking being a largely transnational crime, the annual SOM event is one of the most important opportunities for the governments to come together and effectively plan and coordinate a unified regional response to the terrible crime of human trafficking.. This SOM was no exception and the planning and discussions that occurred over these two days laid the ground work for the future of much of the regions anti-trafficking action over the next 5 to 10 years.. News.. 11 October 2012 -.. Updated Cambodian/Viet Nam National Laws and Agreements: Agreement on the Amendment to the Agreement Between the Royal Government of Cambodia and the Government of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam on Bilateral Cooperation for Eliminating Trafficking in Women and Children and Assisting Victims of Trafficking.. click here.. Register to undertake a UNIAP Internship.. UNIAP and Lao Women’s Union Launch Long-Term Initiative for Nationwide Improvement of Shelters Serving Trafficked Persons.. 5 October 2012 -.. Check out UNIAP's Youtube channel.. 28 September 2012 -.. Young filmmakers from international schools compete in UN-led contest to raise awareness of human trafficking and slavery in product supply chains.. more info.. 6 September 2012 -.. Find out about COMMIT good practice highlights.. Click here to see previous news announcements.. Contact UNIAP.. |.. Opportunities |..

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  • Title: UNIAP | no-trafficking.org | How We Work
    Descriptive info: How We Work.. About UNIAP.. The United Nations Inter-Agency Project on Human Trafficking (UNIAP) was established in 2000 to facilitate a stronger and more coordinated response to human trafficking in the Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS).. UNIAP is managed by a regional management office in Bangkok, with country project offices in the capitals of Cambodia, China, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand and Viet Nam.. The seven UNIAP offices have a combined staff of approximately 35 and an annual budget of approximately US $2.. 5 million.. UNIAP is funded primarily by six key donors and independent of any United Nations core funding.. The primary donors include the governments of  ...   governments, UN, and civil society partners at all levels – regional, national and community.. UNIAP has over 250 local and international partners across seven countries, including well-known international partners ILO, IOM, OHCHR, UNDP, UNESCAP, UNESCO,.. UNFPA, UNHCR, UNICEF, UNIFEM, and UNODC within the UN; ARTIP, ECPAT, Oxfam International, Save the Children, and World Vision from the international NGO sector; and dozens of local civil society organizations.. About UNIAP.. History.. Phase III Goals.. Objectives Initiatives.. Governance.. Donors.. Opportunities.. Key UNIAP Documents.. Mid-term Evaluation.. :.. Executive Summary.. The Executive Summary and findings of UNIAP's Midterm evaluation.. Download the Executive Summary.. Request a Full Version of the Mid-term Evaluation..

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  • Title: UNIAP | no-trafficking.org | Who We Are
    Descriptive info: | Where We Work.. Highlights: Where We Work.. SIREN case analysis: Cambodian men and boys exploited on long-haul fishing boats.. download report [570k].. UNIAP: Where We Work.. The United Nations Inter-Agency Project on Human Trafficking (UNIAP) works in six countries across the Greater Mekong Sub-Regoin (GMS):.. Cambodia.. ,.. China.. Lao PDR.. Myanmar.. Thailand.. , and.. Vietnam.. UNIAP has a project office in each of the GMS country capitals, with a regional headquarters  ...   the GMS, in collaboration with the GMS governments and civil society partners at both central and local levels.. With the changing trends in human trafficking in the GMS, this structure has allowed UNIAP to be responsive to the problems.. UNIAP’s ability to liaise with both government and non-governmental organizations is what makes UNIAP unique in the world.. Where We Work.. The Greater Mekong Sub-Region.. Click to Download a PDF Version of the Map..

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  • Title: UNIAP | no-trafficking.org | Initiatives
    Descriptive info: | Initiatives.. Activity Summary.. UNIAP's Key Activities.. These activities, from the policy levels to the grassroots, and within the Mekong region and beyond, ensures for the UNIAP Project and the COMMIT Process that:.. The regional and country guidelines, MOUs, and guiding principles signed on at the highest policy levels reflect an understanding of the reality at the community level;.. A link exists between policy initiatives and real activities on the ground;.. Real priorities and real underserved victims are being addressed, based on empirical data and not assumptions; and.. The voices of human trafficking victims and vulnerable communities are taken into consideration within all aspects of the project – prevention, protection, prosecution, and policy.. Objectives and Initiatives.. UNIAP’s four  ...   maximize the UN’s contribution to the overall anti-trafficking response, including the COMMIT process.. Services to the broader.. counter-trafficking sector, including donors.. To facilitate optimal allocation and targeting of anti-trafficking resources.. counter-trafficking sector, including donors (continued).. To continue playing a catalytic role in the anti-trafficking response by identifying and supporting special projects to address new and emerging issues and opportunities.. Key Initiatives.. COMMIT.. SIREN.. and.. Support to Underserved Victims.. are key initiatives addressing the objectives; further initiatives meet UNIAP’s responsibilities to address new and emerging issues and opportunities in counter-trafficking as part of our fourth objective.. Initiatives.. Underserved Victims.. Worst Offenders Project.. Global Financial Crisis.. The Rapid Response Alliance.. Shelter Self-Improvement.. Ethics Human Rights.. The UNIAP Human Trafficking Estimates Competition..

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  • Title: UNIAP | no-trafficking.org | Human Trafficking Resource Center
    Descriptive info: | Human Trafficking Resource Center.. Human Trafficking Resource Center.. Here you will find key resources related to counter-human trafficking, particularly to the Greater Mekong Sub-region countries.. The resources in this section are not exhaustive, but selected materials based on quality review and relevance.. If you are searching for human trafficking related information, we hope this site will provide you the direction to find the materials you are  ...   contact us.. Resources.. Background on Human Trafficking.. Background on Trafficking Risk Factors.. The Counter-Trafficking Response: The Four P's.. International Laws Agreements.. Regional Laws.. Agreements.. Human Trafficking Laws Globally.. Victim Identification Policies and Tools.. News.. Statistics.. SIREN Reports.. Latest Research.. COMMIT Region-wide Reintegration Initiative Web Resource Page.. COMMIT partners can check this website through 2011 to track developments in the COMMIT Reintegration Initiative.. Last Update: 14 December 2011..

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  • Title: UNIAP | no-trafficking.org | SIREN: How it Works
    Descriptive info: | SIREN.. Featured SIREN Reports.. SIREN Report:.. SIREN GMS-10: Exposing trafficking in supply chains through investigative journalism.. [English PDF].. UNIAP convenes public-private sector dialogue on labour abuses in the Thai seafood supply chain -.. Technical Consultation: Victim Participation in the Thai Criminal Justice System.. Sentinel Surveillance.. Viet Nam–China Border.. Lang Son | Lao Cai | Quang Ninh.. 2009-2010 UNIAP sentinel surveillance report, Poipet.. SIREN: Strategic Information.. Response Network.. How SIREN Works.. UNIAP s Strategic Information Response Network (SIREN) delivers high quality, responsive, and up-to-date data and analysis on cutting edge issues within the human trafficking sector, primarily in the Greater Mekong Sub-region.. SIREN conveys information to the anti-human trafficking sector in a variety of different  ...   to bring real knowledge and context on real priority issues from the grassroots to the national and regional levels, and vice versa.. SIREN s aim is to be responsive and reliable: providing a forum for high quality information exchange and multi-source analysis in easily digestible formats, to those who require this information for effective programming, prosecution, or policy formulation.. Through SIREN, UNIAP provides the forum, technical assistance, and networking and dissemination mechanisms for organizations to share what they know, to connect, and to initiate and improve action – monitoring where the anti-human trafficking response is moving…and where it should be moving.. Go to SIREN Reports Archive.. Report Library.. Trafficking Estimates Initiative.. Cross-Regional Linkages.. REACH Initiative..

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  • Title: UNIAP | no-trafficking.org | About COMMIT
    Descriptive info: | COMMIT.. Key COMMIT Documents.. COMMIT Memorandum of Understanding (2004).. English.. Chinese.. Khmer.. Lao.. Thai.. Viet.. COMMIT 1st Sub-Regional Plan of Action Final Achievement Report (2005).. COMMIT Joint Declaration (2007).. Laos.. COMMIT 2nd Sub-Regional Plan of Action (COMMIT SPAII, 2008-2010).. COMMIT SPAII Annual Monitoring Reports.. SPA Achievements 2005-2007 (Viet).. COMMIT 3rd Sub-Regional Plan of Action (COMMIT SPAIII, 2011-2013).. COMMIT: The Coordinated Mekong Ministerial Initiative Against Trafficking.. The Coordinated Mekong Ministerial Initiative against Trafficking (COMMIT) has fuelled major progress in anti-human trafficking efforts in the Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS) since its inception in 2004.. In 2004, the six Governments of the Greater Mekong Sub-region (Cambodia, China, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand, and Viet Nam ) signed a historic Memorandum of Understanding against Trafficking in Persons.. This MOU, signed at the Ministerial level, committed the governments to a response to human trafficking meeting international standards, highlighting the need for multi-lateral, bilateral, and government-NGO cooperation to fight human trafficking.. COMMIT Governance.. The COMMIT Process is governed by the 6 national COMMIT Taskforces, each comprised of government officials from the ministries most relevant to the fight against human trafficking – including police, justice, social welfare, and women’s affairs.. The COMMIT Taskforces make all the major decisions regarding anti-trafficking programming and policy  ...   COMMIT Process, including UN agencies, NGOs, inter-governmental organizations, donor organizations, and academia.. UNIAP’s role as COMMIT Secretariat.. UNIAP serves as Secretariat to the COMMIT Process, and as such is mandated to provide technical, financial, monitoring, reporting, and logistical support to activities under COMMIT.. Based on its existing work and mandate as an inter-agency coordinating body, UNIAP is able to draw on its extensive network of partners throughout the region to provide technical and financial assistance to all aspects of the COMMIT Process, and also works with partners to ensure that programs and activities are aligned with government priorities in the COMMIT SPAs and National Plans of Action.. The inter-agency collaboration fostered around the first COMMIT SPA (2005-2007) has continued through the SPA II (2008-2010) and into the SPA III (2011-2013), with implementing agencies contributing their unique technical expertise to helping the governments advance along the measurable targets and progress indicators built into COMMIT’s monitoring and evaluation framework.. UNIAP project offices based in each of the six countries coordinate with government and UN agencies and NGOs on a day-to-day basis to ensure that the governments have the technical, administrative and financial support necessary to progress on all aspects of COMMIT SPA implementation.. COMMIT.. Progress Monitoring.. Highlights:.. Good Practice..

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  • Title: UNIAP | no-trafficking.org | Initiatives: Support to Underserved Victims
    Descriptive info: Populations Being Served by UNIAP.. Support to.. Underserved Victims.. Through the Underserved Victims initiative, UNIAP works with its partners to provide immediate support to victims of trafficking and in turn highlights these trafficking patterns to advocate for a broader understanding of human trafficking.. It is well recognized that the majority of victims are not formally identified as such and are then unable to access support services they may require.. Such victims are the focus of this initiative who are not provided formal support through state or other NGO provision.. It is targeted to those areas where the scale of the problem is more severe and there are not sufficient options available to exploited and trafficked persons, or those services that are available are not reaching the populations or do not meet their needs.. One group of trafficking victims that is often underserved is male victims of labour exploitation, forced to work on boats or in plantations or factories.. While laws and policies have been revised across much of the Greater Mekong Sub-region recognizing male victims of trafficking, there remains a lack of provision of services.. Further populations include those recruited through formal channels into unpaid and forced domestic work, or sex workers who entered the sector willingly and were then exploited, but not regarded as trafficked and cannot therefore access appropriate assistance.. Often they are instead treated as criminals, or return home in considerable debt.. UNIAP directs much of its Support to Underserved Victims to grassroots organisations which have the knowledge and capacity required to provide support to the victims.. These organisations are selected based on their location in hotspot areas, their effective identification of the populations in need and their ability to provide assistance to these populations.. UNIAP s support is coordinated with other partners in the region, including NGOs and international organisations such as IOM and ILO, and through the development of referral networks, including relevant government agencies.. Support to underserved victims of trafficking under this initiative to date has supported the following NGOs in undertaking the projects below:.. Cambodian League for the Promotion and Defense of Human Rights (LICADHO).. Project title: Support to trafficked Cambodian fishermen (July 2008 – July 2009); and, Assistance to victims of labour trafficking, including support to follow up investigations (2010 – 2011).. Human Rights and Development Foundation (HRDF).. Project title: Legal support to pursue justice for trafficked persons in Thailand; focusing on cases of labour trafficking onto fishing boats (July 2009 – September 2010)..  ...   direct counseling services in target areas as well as capacity building, in partnership with KWCD and LSCW (August 2010 – July 2012).. Khmer Women s Cooperation for Development (KWCD).. Project title: To provide services to returned victims of trafficking to meet their socio-economic and livelihood needs, in Cambodia; through direct provision, referrals and through capacity building, in partnership with LSCW and TPO (August 2010 – July 2012).. Legal Support for Children and Women (LSCW).. Project title: Responding to trafficking and abuse of Cambodian migrant workers (May 2009 – September 2010); and, To provide services to returned victims of trafficking to meet their legal needs; through case investigations and legal counseling, in partnership with KWCD and TPO (August 2010 – July 2012).. Labour Rights Promotion Network (LPN).. Project title: To rescue and support victims of labour trafficking among migrant workers in Thailand; providing direct assistance to trafficked persons and supporting implementation of multidisciplinary approaches (Dec 2011 – Nov 2012).. Pattanarak.. Project title: Thai-Lao border anti-human trafficking initiative, in Thailand; including providing a drop-in center, radio show for awareness-raising and safe migration materials to reduce vulnerability of Lao migrants (Dec 2011 – Nov 2012).. Cambodian Center for the Protection of Children s Rights (CCPCR).. Project title: Transit Center for children and youth victims of trafficking, sexual abuse and exploitation, returning from Vietnam; providing a transit center, rehabilitation services, reintegration support, and strengthening networking and collaboration between local government and NGO stakeholders to improve delivery of services to victims (Dec 2011 – May 2013).. Specific activities that UNIAP will continue to carry out related to the Support to Underserved Victim Populations include:.. Carrying out site visits to document vulnerability among victim populations;.. Identifying NGOs and community-based organizations that are working with victim populations, migrant groups, ethnic minorities and other vulnerable populations;.. Issuing requests for proposals among these groups to identify interventions that can be tried and tested competitively to address the needs of these underserved populations;.. Working closely with real victims to learn from their experiences and collect their inputs on how to address victim protection, legal remedies and a more coordinated, systematic, and rights-based response;.. Working to refine, develop and expand upon the experiences and lessons learned by these NGOs/CBOs, as well as other local responders (often police and immigration authorities);.. Disseminating this information and key advocacy points to other inter-agency partners, policy makers, and national and international media; and.. Working to ensure that national COMMIT Task Forces participate and benefit from this process..

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  • Title: UNIAP | no-trafficking.org | News
    Descriptive info: Human Trafficking Resource Center.. | Meeting with Aung San Suu Kyi.. Internatilonal Laws Agreements.. International.. TIP Laws.. Aung San Suu Kyi meets UNIAP.. UNIAP along with anti trafficking partners from ILO, UNESCO, World Vision, and NEXUS Institute share their expertise and experiences on addressing human trafficking in Myanmar.. L-R: Saw Morris (UNIAP), Lisa Rende Taylor (UNIAP), Paul Buckley (UNIAP), Aung San Suu Kyi, John Whan Yoon (World Vision), Matt Friedman (UNIAP), Max Tunon (ILO), Rebecca Surtees (NEXUS Institute), David Feingold (UNESCO).. On 31 May 2012, UNIAP and selected partners in anti-human trafficking had a meeting with Daw Aung San Suu Kyi to discuss the human trafficking situation as it affects Myanmar.. The meeting took place after Ms Suu Kyi visited migrant communities in Samut Sakhon and met with Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubamrung.. UNIAP invited partners from ILO, UNESCO, World Vision, and NEXUS Institute to join and share their expertise.. During the briefing, Ms Suu Kyi shared considerable information gained from her trip thus far and discussions with the Royal Thai Government on policies towards migrant workers.. She raised her concern for the estimated 1.. 2 million undocumented Myanmar migrants in Thailand, and discussed whether additional migrant workers from Myanmar were needed to be  ...   vulnerable to exploitation and trafficking.. The group discussed the importance of policies to protect migrant workers being enforced and put into practice on the ground.. Ms Suu Kyi raised further concerns regarding the processes that migrant workers have to go through to be legally registered in Thailand, from the documentation they must produce to the associated costs, and that these should be addressed to help facilitate migrant workers safe employment.. The issue of reliance on informal brokers was discussed, who were unregulated in the recruitment and migrant employment system in Thailand.. Brokers often charge extortionate fees and contribute to the trafficking problem in Thailand by putting workers in debt bondage.. Ms Suu Kyi emphasized that 1.. 2 million vulnerable people was no small matter, and that the reality was that the factories and workplaces needed this labour.. Her conclusion was that pressure should be increased on the factory owners and businesses themselves, to improve working conditions and eliminate trafficked labour from their workplaces.. Such pressure could come from the Royal Thai Government (labour inspection and law enforcement) or private sector, recognizing that the factories in which Myanmar migrant workers are employed and sometimes exploited are producing food, garments, and other products exported for global consumption..

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  • Title: UNIAP | no-trafficking.org | SIREN: Report Library
    Descriptive info: | SIREN Reports.. SIREN Reports.. Human Trafficking Sentinel Surveillance.. Viet Nam–China Border 2010 - Lang Son | Lao Cai | Quang Ninh.. China is a key destination country for victims of human trafficking from Viet Nam.. UNIAP s Viet Nam – China Sentinel Surveillance assesses the situation of Vietnamese deportees being returned from China and, using this information, maps trafficking trends and patterns; establishes types and profiles of cross-border trafficking victims; and documents how brokers and traffickers operate to put Vietnamese in exploitative situations.. Through the latter half of 2010, UNIAP researchers were deployed to Lang Son, Lao Cai, and Quang Ninh international border checkpoints to conduct site surveys and structured, in depth interviews with a non-representative sample of 93 male and female Vietnamese citizens deported from China.. The research uncovered undocumented labour migration that sometimes involved human trafficking, and sometimes did not.. Of the trafficking cases discovered, there were cases of sex trafficking, marriage trafficking, and labour trafficking – all with different patterns, as described in the report.. The report proposes six key recommendations, based on seven key findings.. These recommendations include capacity building in trafficking victim identification for frontline responders, refining trafficking prevention and safe migration messaging to include documented tricks of traffickers, strengthening victim protection and services in Vietnam, and strengthening labour recruitment policy and cross-border collaboration on human trafficking.. Download SIREN Report [ENGLISH PDF].. GMS-10.. Exposing trafficking in supply chains through investigative journalism | June 2012.. Case study: CNN freedom project investigates electronics supply chains in Asia.. Complex patterns of debt-bonded migrant labour employed via recruitment agencies/brokers and sub-contracted from electronics manufacturing factories are highlighted in this case of one manufacturer in a multinational supply chain.. This report details the methodology of an emerging good practice model of investigative journalism in anti-trafficking by the CNN Freedom Project, which examined the trafficking of Cambodian women into factories within a multinational supply chain manufacturing computer components in Malaysia which were then sold on to be installed in computers sold globally.. GMS-09.. The State of Counter-Trafficking Research.. | June 2011.. Researcher, Programmer, and Donor Perspectives.. The report is the resul of a joint initiative by IOM, the NEXUS Institute and UNIAP- It brings together the key issues and outcomes of a three-day interactive consultation among anti-trafficking researchers from around the world to take stock of the state of counter-trafficking research.. The event developed from the increased focus within the anti-trafficking research community on the need for improved and empirically based anti-trafficking strategies and programmes.. It provided a platform for sharing, scrutinizing, and discussing methods and findings of key anti-human trafficking research by bringing together a group of experienced researchers, practitioners, and donors working on anti-trafficking within the Asia region and beyond.. Download SIREN Report [PDF].. 2009-2010 UNIAP Sentinel Surveillance Poipet.. The aim of UNIAP's sentinel surveillance is to assess the situation of Cambodian deportees being returned from Thailand and, using this information, map trafficking trends and patterns; establish estimates of numbers and types of cross-border trafficking victims, particularly those who are not identified as victims and put into the pool of deportees; and document how brokers and traffickers operate to put migrants in exploitative situations.. Over a period of four months, UNIAP researchers were deployed to the Poipet international checkpoint on the Thailand-Cambodia border, to.. conduct site surveys and structured, in-depth interviews with a random sample of 400 male and female Cambodian labour migrants deported from Thailand.. Download 2009-2010 UNIAP sentinel surveillance Poipet [5.. 38MB PDF].. 2010 SIREN Mekong Region Country Datasheets on Human Trafficking.. Recent Developments in the Greater Mekong Sub-region.. This regional snapshot of human trafficking presents the trafficking situation and the counter- trafficking responses in each of the countries of the  ...   recruitment, trafficking, and exploitation of Cambodian men onto Thai fishing boats, based on 49 cases of victims who escaped in Thailand or Malaysia and were assisted in their return home.. Download SIREN Case Analysis [PDF].. Download SIREN Case Analysis [KHMER PDF].. Download SIREN Case Analysis [THAI PDF].. UK-01.. Raids, Rescues, Resolution | November 2008.. Pentameter 2: Attacking Exploitation in the UK.. Operation Pentameter 2 was the largest police operation in the UK targeting human trafficking.. Download SIREN Report [THAI PDF].. GMS-06.. Raids, Rescues, and Resolution | September 2008.. Removing Victims From Sex and Labor Exploitation.. On 6-7 August 2008, UNIAP, ILO and the Australian Government initiative, the Asia Regional Trafficking in Persons (ARTIP) Project hosted a technical consultation in Bangkok with a group of 30 experts.. Download SIREN Event Report [PDF].. Download SIREN Report [Laos PDF].. Download SIREN Report [Thai PDF].. GMS-05.. Why Victims of Trafficking Decline Assistance | May 2008.. Feedback From European Trafficking Victims.. This report analyzes the situations of trafficking victims and their opinions about the protection services they were or were not offered, for the purpose of identifying potential improvements in victim protection.. Download SIREN.. Report [PDF].. GMS-04.. The State of Counter-Trafficking: A Tool for Donors | February 2008.. On 12 November 2007, UNIAP and MTV came together with partners from UNESCO, IOM, ARTIP, and ILO to co-sponsor a one-day state-of-the-art briefing with the purpose of providing an audience of donors, implementing agencies, practitioners, and academics with a comprehensive update on counter-trafficking.. TH-02.. What do Lawyers Require to Prosecute Trafficking and Slavery in Thailand? | January 2008.. Guidelines From Lawyers to Front-Line Agencies.. A report to provide front-line NGOs and authorities with a better understanding of criminal justice procedure and how these groups can work together to more successfully prosecute traffickers, exploiters, and enslavers.. Download SIREN Report [MYANMAR PDF].. GMS-03.. Statistical Methods for Estimating Numbers of Trafficking Victims | January 2008.. Summary of winning proposals from a new global competitive initiative to find methods for estimating numbers of trafficking victims in a given geographic area and/or sector.. Download SIREN Methodology Report [PDF].. Download SIREN Methodology Report [Thai PDF].. GMS-02.. Targetting Endemic Vulnerability Factors to Human Trafficking | December 2007.. What makes a person or community vulnerable to human trafficking? Common assumptions are that poverty and a lack of education are primary factors, but evidence often proves otherwise.. Download SIREN Methodology Report [ENGLISH PDF].. Download SIREN Methodology Report [CHINESE PDF].. Download SIREN Methodology Report [LAOS PDF].. Download SIREN Methodology Report [MYANMAR PDF].. Download SIREN Methodology Report [THAI PDF].. CB-02.. Exploitation of Cambodian Men at Sea | September 2007.. In April 2007, a group of ten men and one boy from Kandal province (ranging from 15 to 33 years in age) were recruited for work on fishing boats in Thailand by a local informal broker in their district.. Download SIREN Case Analysis [MYANMAR PDF].. CB-01.. Counter-Trafficking Databases in Cambodia | August 2007.. This report identifies the existing government databases containing information on human trafficking in Cambodia, and to present recommendations for the systematic provision of consistent, reliable, and targeted information on the situation of human trafficking relating to Cambodia.. Download SIREN Report [CHINESE PDF].. Download SIREN Report [KHMER PDF].. TH-01.. From Facilitation to Trafficking | June 2007.. Brokers and Agents in Samut Sakhon, Thailand.. Methods of debt bondage and sub-contracting put the control of vulnerable migrant workers in the hands of brokers.. Downlaod SIREN Field Report [ENGLISH PDF].. Download SIREN Field Report [MYANMAR PDF].. GMS-01.. Introduction to SIREN | June 2007.. The Strategic Information Response Network (SIREN) is a new UNIAP- supported initiative intended to deliver high quality, responsive, and up-to-date data and analysis.. Download SIREN Report [KHMER PDF].. Download SIREN Report [LAO PDF]..

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  • Title: UNIAP Publication: Rethinking Trafficking Prevention
    Descriptive info: Re-thinking Trafficking Prevention.. - A Guide to Applying Behaviour Theory.. UNIAP Publication - June 2012.. Tens of millions of dollars of development funds have been invested in trafficking prevention programmes, yet trafficking still persists and there are indications that the effectiveness of many prevention programmes are limited.. Re-thinking Trafficking Prevention - A Guide to Applying Behaviour Theory.. was developed for COMMIT Taskforces, partner organisations and anti-human trafficking practitioners to help improve the planning and monitoring of trafficking prevention interventions through the application of behaviour change theory.. This toolkit, produced by UNIAP and ADB and written by Phil Marshall of the Research Communications Group (RCG), provides an analytical approach to predicting, creating, and measuring behaviour change.. The methodology allows practitioners to design, plan and improve the effectiveness of their trafficking prevention programmes with specific end-result behaviour changes in mind.. The term prevention is used to describe a wide range of anti-trafficking interventions and has accounted for a large proportion of the investment in  ...   inspections.. Ultimately, the goal of any trafficking prevention programme should be to change the behaviour of one or more of the following target groups: (a) people vulnerable to trafficking, (b) traffickers and potential exploiters, (c) people mandated to prevent trafficking, such as government and NGOs, and/or (d) consumers on the demand side.. The.. Re-Thinking Trafficking Prevention.. guide helps anti-trafficking practitioners plan their activities to work toward achieving specific behaviours by their target group, identifying possible obstacles toward the achievement of those behaviour changes, and addressing those obstacles one by one to maximize the likelihood of achieving the desired behaviour change.. UNIAP and the COMMIT Taskforces will be working through 2012 and 2013 to incorporate the methodology into the design and monitoring of trafficking prevention programmes being implemented under the 3rd COMMIT Sub-regional Plan of Action (COMMIT SPA III, 2011-2013), with a sharing of approaches and lessons learned to take place at a regional workshop in 2013.. Download a copy of "Rethinking Trafficking Prevention"..

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