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UN Office on Drugs and CrimeGlobal Report on Trafficking in Persons 2016http://www.unodc.org/documents/data-and-analysis/glotip/2016_Global_Report_on_Trafficking_in_Persons.pdfReport Report includes regional chapters.
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US Department of StateTrafficking in Persons Report 2017https://www.state.gov/j/tip/rls/tiprpt/2017/ReportInfluential annual report with country-by-country detail.
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UN Special Rapporteur on Trafficking in PersonsWebsitehttp://www.ohchr.org/EN/Issues/Trafficking/Pages/TraffickingIndex.aspxWebsiteAnnual reports and country visit reports.
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UN Office on Drugs and CrimeKnowledge portalhttp://www.unodc.org/unodc/en/human-trafficking/glo-act/index.htmlResourcesPretty general but does include a country-by-country case law database and another on national laws.
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UN Office on Drugs and CrimeToolkit to Combat Trafficking in Personshttp://www.unodc.org/unodc/en/human-trafficking/2008/electronic-toolkit/electronic-toolkit-to-combat-trafficking-in-persons---index.htmlReportChapters cover the legal framework, international cooperation, law enforcement, immigration status, victim assistance, prevention and monitoring and evaluation.
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UN Office on Drugs and CrimeEvidential Issues in Trafficking in Persons Caseshttps://www.unodc.org/documents/human-trafficking/2017/Case_Digest_Evidential_Issues_in_Trafficking.pdfReportCase Digest (2017) covers details about bringing enforcement actions. Analyzes 135 cases from 31 jurisdictions.
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International Organization for Migration (IOM)Websitewww.iom.intReportsNumerous reports on trafficking.
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International Organization for MigrationMigration Focus on Traffickinghttps://publications.iom.int/books/migration-focus-traffickingReportThis 2017 publication gives an overview of IOM publications on trafficking in persons and other related issues. IOM also has reports, including on trafficking and health, regional "needs assessments" and school training materials.
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The International Organization for Migration (IOM) and PolarisThe Counter-Trafficking Data Collaborative (CTDC)https://www.ctdatacollaborative.org/WebsiteCTDC offers primary, individual-level, de-identified data on victims of human trafficking that can be found in the global dataset and country-level geographic data that show human trafficking trends that can be found on the map.
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UNESCO and IOMHarrowing Journeys: Children and youth on the move across the Mediterranean Sea at risk of trafficking and exploitationhttps://issuu.com/unicefpublicationsnewyork/docs/web_harrowing_jouneys_en_report_091ReportA 2017 report explores survey data and "reveals staggering rates of trafficking and exploitation."
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UN Development ProgrammeWebsitehttp://open.undp.org/#project/00079980ResourcesSee summary of major project for SE Asia (UN-ACT) and progress reports.
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UN Action for Cooperation on Trafficking in Persons (UN-Act)Website (Southeast Asia focus)http://un-act.org/ResourcesLinks to many reports. See "Research" tab for country-specific topics, such as:
"Our Lives. Vulnerability and Resilience Among Indonesian Trafficking Victims." Active forum. Newsletter available. See report delivered at 2017 Mixed Migration Conference.
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Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)Websitehttp://www.osce.org/secretariat/traffickingReportsNumerous reports, including on country visits
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European UnionWebsite: Together Against Trafficking in Human Beingshttp://ec.europa.eu/anti-trafficking/node/4598_enResourcesEU policies, reports, links
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US Department of Labor, Bureau of International Labor Affairs.Sweat & Toil: Child Labor, Forced Labor, and Human Trafficking Around the Worldhttps://www.dol.gov/dol/apps/ilab.htmDatabase/AppA comprehensive resource developed by ILAB documenting child labor and forced labor worldwide. Data and research in this app are taken from ILAB's three flagship reports: Findings on the Worst Forms of Child Labor; List of Goods Produced by Child Labor or Forced Labor; and List of Products Produced by Forced or Indentured Child Labor. 
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US Department of JusticeWebsitehttps://www.bja.gov/ProgramDetails.aspx?Program_ID=51ResourcesMostly about US policies.
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Global Alliance Against Trafficking in WomenWebsite by GAATW, an alliance of over 80 NGOs worldwide.http://www.gaatw.org/ResourcesReports, issue papers, news, events, and video library
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ECPAT (End Child Prostitution in Asian Tourism)Global Study on Sexual Exploitation of Children in Travel and Tourism http://www.ecpat.org/resourcesReport 2016 study has extensive footnotes. Many other reports, including country-specific reports. Also look under Resources tab.
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Freedom CollaborativeSE Asian focus on this websitehttp://www.freedomcollaborative.org/ResourcesIn addition to regional materials, this site has a good collection international reports, news, discussions, etc.
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Human Trafficking & Modern Slavery ExpertsThe Human Trafficking & Modern Slavery Expert Directoryhttps://humantraffickingexperts.com/Directory
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Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized CrimesWebsitehttp://globalinitiative.net/programs/human/ResourcesAn overview on trafficking plus links to "priority projects" and a rich webinar series from 2015
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Polaris ProjectWebsitehttps://polarisproject.org/human-traffickingResourcesUS focus.
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ThornWebsitehttps://www.wearethorn.org/child-trafficking-statistics/ReportsUS group mainly focuses on children. Reports topics include use of technology.
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International Justice MissionWebsitehttp://www.ijm.org/ResourcesNews updates on site of Christian group with interventionist strategies.
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The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP)Investigative Dashboard Searchhttps://data.occrp.org/ResourcesSearch "trafficking" in document collecton that includes US State Department cables disclosed by Wikileaks and more.
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MigrantRights.orgWebsite with Middle East focus by advocacy NGO.https://www.migrant-rights.org/Resources in English and Arabic.Strong news section. Good list of organizations. Data on domestic workers in the Gulf.
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Verité Website of international NGOhttps://www.verite.org/Resources pageMany reports, especially on various commodities. Such as "Strengthening Protections Against Trafficking in Persons in Federal and Corporate Supply Chains." Maps correlating commodities, countries and forced labor
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Responsible Sourcing ToolInteractive tool provides country/industry profiles. http://www.responsiblesourcingtool.org/Website/Interactive ResourcesAlso good list of case studies. A collaboration of the State Department’s Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, Verité, Made in a Free World, and the Aspen Institute.
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Small Voices National Freedom NetworkSouth African NGOhttp://www.humantrafficking.co.za/index.php/newsWebsiteComprehensive aggregation of worldwide news reports.
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National Freedom Network
South African NGO
https://nfnresources.yolasite.com/
WebsiteVery current list of news stories about human trafficking in Africa.
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CORERisk Aversehttp://corporate-responsibility.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/171003_Risk-Averse-FINAL-1.pdfReportThe UK NGO report details company reporting on raw material and sector-specific risks under the Transparency in Supply Chains clause in the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015.
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UnchainWebsitehttp://www.unchain.org/ResourcesLinks to variety of resources on the site of this project sponsored by Grace Farms Foundation and and WPP agencies Geometry Global and J. Walter Thompson.
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Fashion RevolutionFashion Transparency Indexhttp://fashionrevolution.org/about/why-transparency-matters/ReportLists links to brands who publish supplier lists.
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International Human Rights Law GroupWebsitehttp://www.hrlawgroup.org/initiatives/trafficking_persons/ResourcesExtensive resource page (from 2002). An annotated guide to the UN Trafficking Protocol.
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The International Association of Human Trafficking Investigators (IAHTI)Websitehttp://www.iahti.orgResourcesActive news aggegation on Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/IAHTI/
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Liberty AsiaVictim Identification Toolkethttps://static1.squarespace.com/static/53038dd2e4b0f8636b5fa8c3/t/5747ca714c2f85be64f0473f/1464322756170/toolkit+version+20160526+hq.pdfReportBroad report on many aspects of trafficking. Includes good descriptions of international agreements, government responses, generic exploitation porfiles and more. Good starting point. Other reports on website unde "Legal Program."
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Georgetown University Institute for the Study of International MigrationBibliography of Research-Based Literature on Human Trafficking: 2008-2014https://isim.georgetown.edu/sites/isim/files/files/upload/2.23.2015%20Trafficking%20Bibliography.pdfReportDetailed bibiography published in February of 2015. Covers books, journal articles and reports.
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Human Trafficking Center University of DenverWebsitehttp://humantraffickingcenter.org/ResourcesCreator of Human Trafficking Flow Map, based on State Department data. Active blog and Twitter feed. Definitions summary.
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Cambridge Centre for Applied Research in Human Trafficking Websitehttp://www.ccarht.org/ResourcesActive blog. Other resources,reports.
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United Nations UniversityFighting Human Trafficking in Conflict: 10 Ideas for Action by the United Nations Security Councilhttp://collections.unu.edu/eserv/UNU:5780/UNUReport_Pages.pdf?utm_source=UNU%20Campaign%20page&utm_medium=Web&utm_campaign=Human%20TraffickingReport2016 report
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Human Trafficking DataUS case law datahttp://www.humantraffickingdata.org/DatabaseSearchable database of US prosecutions created by Texas Christian University with support from the National Institute of Justice.
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The University of North Carolina School of Media and JournalismThe Irina Projecthttp://www.theirinaproject.org/ResourcesA US website designed to help in reporting on sex trafficking. Numerous articles on the topic.
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Repórter Brasil Journalists Guidehttp://reporterbrasil.org.br/guia/ResourcesInformation for coverage of slave labor in Brazil, but with wider applicability.
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The Schuster Institute for Investigative JournalismWebsitehttps://www.brandeis.edu/investigate/slavery/index.htmlResourcesGood examples of investigative articles. Extensive list of national hotlines and other organizations. List of books and articles not up-to-date.
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Global Alliance Against Trafficking in WomenAntiTrafficking Review http://www.antitraffickingreview.org/index.php/atrjournalAcademic articlesAcademic research, often around themes, such as "the role of evidence, research and data in anti-trafficking work…." Good source and experts.
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Taylor & FrancisJournal of Human Traffickinghttp://www.tandfonline.com/toc/uhmt20/currentAcademic articlesThe debate on counting trafficking was the subject of a special issue
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International Labour OrganisationThe 2017 Global Estimates of Modern Slaveryhttp://www.ilo.org/global/about-the-ilo/newsroom/news/WCMS_574717/lang--en/index.htmReport Focuses on two main issues: forced labour and forced marriage.
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International Labour OrganisationGlobal estimates of child labour: Results and trends, 2012-2016https://www.alliance87.org/global_estimates_of_child_labour-results_and_trends_2012-2016-executive_summary.pdfReportThe fifth edition of the ILO’s quadrennial report series on global estimates of child labour.
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International Labor Office and Walk Free FoundationMethodology of the global estimates of modern slavery: Forced labour and forced marriagehttps://www.alliance87.org/methodology_of_the_global_estimates_of_modern_slavery-forced_labour_and_forced_marriage.pdfReportA 2017 report that explains the results and
methodology of the Global Estimates
of Modern Slavery in further detail.
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International Labour OrganisationILO says forced labour generates annual profits of US$ 150 billionhttp://www.ilo.org/global/about-the-ilo/newsroom/news/WCMS_243201/lang--en/index.htmReport 2014 report.
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US Department of Labor, Bureau of International Labor Affairs.Findings on the Worst Forms of Child Laborhttps://www.dol.gov/agencies/ilab/our-work/child-forced-labor-traffickingReportAn annual report.
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US Department of Labor, Bureau of International Labor Affairs.List of goods produced by child Labor or forced labor in violation of international standards.https://www.dol.gov/ilab/reports/child-labor/list-of-goods/DatabaseAs of Sept. 30, 2016, the list comprises 139 goods from 75 countries.
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Walk Free FoundationThe Global Slavery Index 2016http://un-act.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Global_Slavery_Index_2016.pdfReportThis 2016 report is the third in a series by this Australian NGO which cooperated with the ILO in producing the 2017 estimate above.
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Business & Human Rights Resource Centre Modern Slavery Registryhttp://www.modernslaveryregistry.org/DatabaseA searchable collection of corporate statements since February 2016 on their anti-slavery efforts. The updated Registry currently holds over 2000 statements from companies in 27 sectors, headquartered in 31 countries.
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Know the ChainExtensive list of reports and useful links.https://knowthechain.org/resources/WebsiteIncludes an evaluation of efforts by ICT companies, food and beverage companies and footware and apparel companies protect workers in their supply chains from forced labor.
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Verisk MaplecroftModern Slavery Indexhttps://maplecroft.com/portfolio/new-analysis/2017/08/10/20-eu-countries-see-rise-modern-slavery-risks-study/Report Modern slavery risks have risen in nearly three quarters of the 28 member states of the European Union over the last year, reveals an annual study from global risk consultancy Verisk Maplecroft.
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iPoint's and Development InternationalCorporate Compliance with the California Transparency in Supply Chains Acthttps://static1.squarespace.com/static/5862e332414fb56e15dd20b9/t/58bf06e346c3c478cf76d619/1488914152831/CA-TISCA.v.24_secured.pdfReportMarch 2017 analysis found improvements on all fronts: greater levels of anti-slavery compliance, greater disclosure rates, and a greater number of more in-depth disclosures overall.
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End Slavery NowAnti-Slavery Directoryhttp://www.endslaverynow.org/connectDatabaseListing of international NGOs in the human trafficking area.
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Open Democracy: Beyond Trafficking and SlaveryWebsitehttps://www.opendemocracy.net/beyondslaveryWebsiteMostly commentary with a critical twist.
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