Counter Trafficking Data Collaborative (CTDC) data hub is the first global data portal on human trafficking. This dataset includes IOM case data from over 17,000 victims and survivors of trafficking identified across 123 countries and territories, and their accounts of over 37,000 perpetrators who facilitated the trafficking process from 2005 to 2022. It has just added […]
The United Nations Network on Migration was launched recently It aims to provide a place where researcher scan access a variety of resources relating to worldwide migration including labour migration, border control and trafficking. It includes global and regional materials, links to a variety of UN and other major reports, networks of experts, events listings […]
30th July was World Day Against Trafficking in Persons. The official UN website provides background on the need for the day and related United Nations publications. Other useful sources for facts include: UNODC Global Report on Trafficking in Persons 2018 provides data on types, victims and regional flows. It records that 70% of the detected trafficking victims […]
Counter-Trafficking Data Collaborative is the first global data hub on human trafficking publishing harmonized data from counter-trafficking organizations around the world. It was originally launched in 2017 but now has expanded data and visualisation features. These include an interactive map with timelines and information on routes and victims.
Just released by UNODC, the first report on the nature and impact of the smuggling of migrants. It includes infographics and data on numbers and routes plus profiles. It also has data on fatalities.
The latest annual report from the US government traces trends and ranks nations worldwide. All reports from 2001 can be downloaded from the website. The United Nations UNODC also produces reports on global trafficking Its website also contains a legal database of human trafficking case law The ILO maintains a site with information and facts […]
Global slavery index. Published this week by the Walk Free Foundation. A ranking of 162 countries around the world, based on a combined measure of three factors: estimated prevalence of modern slavery by population, a measure of child marriage, and a measure of human trafficking in and out of a country. On this theme see […]