The UK Government has produced a publication in various languages targeted at victims of human trafficking...
Government / EU / UN Reports
CEOP Thematic Assessment
CEOP's Thematic Assessment of the Risk of Child Sexual Abuse by Adults in Institutions. Read it here....
SOCA NRM Report 2012
Check out the NRM stat's for 2012 released by SOCA August 2013 detailing the Human Trafficking Strategic Threat Assessment... Click Here to read...
The All Party Parliamentary Group on Trafficking
UK Government HT Strategy Paper
Read the UK Government's Strategy for combatting Human Trafficking here:
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime - Global Report on Trafficking in Persons
Member States urged to cooperate to eradicate human trafficking
The Parliament Magazine article: Member States urged to cooperate to eradicate Human Trafficking
UN Human Rights Council: Report of the Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of slavery, including its causes and consequences
The Special Rapporteur recommends that the Human Rights Council develop a more comprehensive approach to the issue of servile marriage and that States enact legislation to prevent servile marriage, provide support to victims and launch campaigns to raise awareness of servile marriage and its...
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
The EU Strategy towards the Eradication of Trafficking in Human Beings 2012–2016
On the 19th of June 2012, the Commission adopted "EU Strategy towards the eradication of trafficking in Human Beings (2012-2016)”.
The strategy is a set of concrete and practical measures to be implemented over the next five years.
It is based on five key...
National Referral Mechanism Statistics – July to September 2011 (SOCA)
View this April 2011 intelligence report from the UK's Serious Organised Crime Agency here.
Resettlement of Refugees - A New Life
By Rui Tavares
The adoption of a legal act on the European Refugee Fund and the way forward to a joint European Resettlement Programme.
Landing in Dover: The Immigration Process Undergone by Unaccompanied Children Arriving in Kent
By Adrian Matthews
This report follows on from the Children’s Commissioner’s earlier report Landing in Kent.3 It focuses on immigration procedures to which unaccompanied children arriving in Kent are subject between their first encounter with the authorities and the time...
Strategic Plan 2012 - 2014 - The United Nations Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking (UN.GIFT)
Trafficking in persons is a global problem, affecting people from all walks of life. Notwithstanding international, national and local efforts to combat human trafficking, the problem is far from ending. With the world’s growing population, tightening labour market, and the highest...
An EU Framework for National Roma Integration Strategies up to 2020
The EU has made several proposals for Member States to promote the social and economic integration of Roma, most recently in its Communication of April 20108. Member States are already under an obligation to give Roma (like other EU citizens) non-discriminatory access to education, employment...
OSCE Special Representative publishes recommendations on human trafficking to UK
Following a visit to the United Kingdom last year, the OSCE Special Representative and Co-ordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings Maria Grazia Giammarinaro published recommendations to the government on improving anti-trafficking action and the protection of human rights of...
2011 Annual Report of the OSCE Special Representative and Co-ordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings - An Agenda for Prevention: Activities and Challenges in 2011
The Annual Report of the OSCE Special Representative and Coordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings to the Permanent Council gives the participating States not only a detailed overview of the activities of the Office of the Special Representative and Coordinator for Combating...
Human Trafficking: Prevent, Combat, Protect - Joint UN Commentary on the EU Directive – A Human Rights-Based Approach
Over the past decade, the European Union has stepped up its efforts to fight human trafficking strengthening its focus on prevention and victim protection of victims. The adoption of the 2011 Directive on preventing and combating trafficking in human beings and protecting its victims (...
Report concerning the implementation of the Council of Europe Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings by Bulgaria
The Bulgarian authorities have taken a number of important steps to prevent and combat trafficking in human beings. The national legal framework in the field of action against trafficking in human beings has evolved in the light of the country’s international commitments as well as the...
Safeguarding children who may have been trafficked - practice guidance
This non-statutory good practice guidance is for agencies in England which are likely to encounter, or have referred to them, children and young people who may have been trafficked. It is intended to help agencies safeguard and promote the welfare of children who may have been trafficked. It...
Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation - National Action Plan (UK)
The vast majority of children in this country grow up safe from harm. However, the Barnardo’s report "Puppet on a string: the urgent need to cut children free from sexual exploitation", published in January 2011, was a wake-up call. It emphasised that children are being...
Combating Child Trafficking: Challenges, Promising Practices and Cooperation
The Sofia International Forum on “Combating Child Trafficking: Challenges, Promising Practices and Cooperation” is an initiative of the Bulgarian National Commission for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings with the partnership of the United Nations Global Initiative to Fight...
Child Trafficking Update - October 2011
The Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre, the UK’s national centre for child protection, has recently published its latest understanding of the trends, themes and patterns that it feels lie behind the trafficking of children into and...
Identification of Potential & Presumed Victims of Human Trafficking - A Community Policing Approach
What Does it Mean to be Stateless?
Railya for UNHCR Story Teller's - Aug 2011
The Role of Employers' Organisations, Businesses and Trades Unions in Combating Trafficking for Labour Exploitation
The Impact of the Economic Crisis on Trafficking in Persons and Smuggling of Migrants
Combating Trafficking in Persons - in accordance with the principles of Islamic law
Human Trafficking for the Removal of Organs and Body Parts
Human Trafficking in the Baltic Sea Region - State and Civil Society Co-operation on Victims' Assistance and Protection
A UNODC & Council of the Baltic Sea States Report - 2010
The Role of Organised Crime in the Smuggling of Migrants from West Africa to the European Union
A UNODC publication Jan 2011
Legal Aspects of Trafficking for Forced Labour in Europe
An ILO Working Paper
Trafficking in Persons to Europe for Sexual Exploitation
A UNODC Report
Bordering on Concern - Child Trafficking in Wales
The Children's Commissioner for Wales commissioned ECPAT to complete a study into the incidence of child trafficking in Wales.
Caring for Trafficked Persons - Guidance for Health providers
A UNGIFT and IOM funded paper published by The London School of Hygiene and tropical Medicine
Child Trafficking - The People Involved
A synthesis of findings from Albania, Moldova, Romania and Ukraine
A report on the implementation of anti-trafficking policies and interventions in the 27 EU member states from a human rights perspective 2008 & 2009
A guide to preventing youth trafficking - published as part of the UNIFEM funded Project for the Prevention of Adolescent Trafficking [PPAT]
The Trade in Human Beings: Human Trafficking in the UK
The UK Government's reply to the VI report from the Home Affairs Committee Session 2008-2009 HC23
Crossing Borders-Against Trafficking in Women & Girls
A 'Daphne' resource book for working against trafficking in the Baltic Sea Region
The Impact of Trafficking on Child Health, Development & Welfare
A UNICEF presentation by Amalee McCoy, Child Protection Specialist made to the AIPA Seminar on the Role of Parliamentarians in the Protection and Promotion of the Rights of Migrant Workers in ASEAN - 3-6 April 2011
A Daphne [EU] Programme report on the physical and psychological health consequences of women and adolescents trafficked in Europe by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
The Trafficking of Migrant Women in the England and Wales Off-Street Prostitution Sector
A report published by The Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) puts a more accurate figure on the number of migrant women trafficked to work in brothels and other premises across England and Wales. Read more
CEOP Out of Sight Out of Mind - breaking down the barriers to understand child sexual exploitation
In January 2011, The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre undertook a thematic assessment of "localised grooming", a phenomenon which has been at the centre of much media attention, following numerous prosecutions of adult males for the grooming and sexual exploitation of...
The Health Risks and Consequences of Trafficking in Women and Adolescents: findings from a European study
This document was published in 2003 as part of a DAPHNE EU-funded project led by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. It examines the impact human trafficking has on its victims' health at different stages throughout their ordeal. ...
Never Work Alone: Trade Unions joining forces to combat Forced Labour and Trafficking in Europe
The International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) and Anti-Slavery International worked together on this publication, which was funded by the European Commission. It presents the problem of human trafficking within Europe and different ways in which it can be dealt with. This...
European Commission ensures better protection of crime victims
On 18 May, 2011, the European Commission introduced new legislation to ensure a better protection of crime victims across Europe. This is of course very significant in the fight to COMBAT trafficking. ...
UNICEF guidelines on the protection of child victims of trafficking
This is an official communication from UNICEF dating from September 2006. It contains useful information on how to identify child victims of human trafficking and the steps to take in order to help them adjust to a normal life. ...
The 2012 Games and Human Trafficking
Ahead of the London 2012 Olympics, the London Councils produced this document to expose the heightened risks of human trafficking at large sporting events, by discussing past events and why they facilitate human trafficking. It also gives key guidelines to fight human trafficking at...
Strategic Threat Assessment: Child Trafficking in the UK
The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre has the national strategic lead on child trafficking in the UK, and has been charged with building knowledge on the scale and nature of child trafficking across the UK. The CEOPC produces yearly publictions to bring to light new...
Rights here, rights now: recommendations for protecting trafficked children
Published by UNICEF and ECPAT, this document contains country-specific guidelines to dealing with trafficked children. [Click here]
Toolkit to Combat Trafficking in Persons
This document was published by the United Nations Global Programme Against Trafficking in Human Beings in 2008. It contains guidelines and dissemination of successful practice with respect to various issues arising from the combat against human trafficking.
COMBAT Final Evaluation Report
Coventry University have published the COMBAT Final Evaluation Report to the EU.... read it here...
Still at Risk
A Children Society & Refugee Council Report on the care of trafficked children - click here
Russia breaks baby trafficking ring in North Caucasus
Thu, 1 Nov 2012 16:04 GMT
Source: reuters // Reuters
MOSCOW, Nov 1 (Reuters) - Russian investigators have cracked a ring of human traffickers that specialised in selling babies in the country's volatile North Caucasus region, Moscow's Investigative Committee said on...
ippr report: The UK’s response to human trafficking: Fit for purpose?
In recent years, there has been a growing concern about a potential link between major sporting events and an increase in human trafficking for the purposes of forced labour and prostitution. At the very least, it is clear that events like the Olympics provide an opportunity for host countries...
Partner Exchange in Coventry - Conference Report
From the 11th to the 14th June 2012 COMBAT Project partners met in Coventry in the UK to share their experiences, their knowledge and their practice in the Pan-European fight against trafficking; specifically the trafficking of children and young women.
Poverty, work-family balance and intergenerational solidarity: Raise Awareness Meeting in Brussels
As it has been stated by the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs, "the twentieth anniversary of the International Year of the Family offers an opportunity to refocus on the role of families in devel-opment; take stock of recent trends in family policy development; share good...
Experiences of Forced Labour in the UK Food Industry
The report is an empirical study of ‘forced labour’ among low-wage migrants within the UK food industry. Forced labour became a criminal offence via the 2009 Coroners and Justice Act (Section 71) in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and the 2010 Criminal Justice and Licensing Act...
The Roma in Europe
The Roma - Trafficking - Discrimination - Structural Poverty and Hate Crime - by Sue Gwyer, Combat Engagement Specialist, CSWP Ltd.
View the presentation here.
The Philippines Project: Fighting trafficking with the Visayan Forum
“Usually Filipinos are very fond of blue-eyed people… but these girls say “my customers also had blue eyes and I hate them… because those are the people that abuse me, make our lives miserable and make us do those things that we don’t want to do.”...
Wrong kind of victim? One year on: an analysis of UK measures to protect trafficked persons
View the June 2010 report from the Anti-Trafficking Monitoring Group here.
Human trafficking - six-month review
Briefing on the First Six Months (July-December 2011) of The Salvation Army’s Anti-Human Trafficking Contract
Safeguarding children trafficked to the UK to work in cannabis factories
There is increasing evidence that children from South East Asia, particularly Vietnam, are being trafficked to the UK and forced to work cultivating cannabis.ECPAT UK is concerned that these trafficked children are not recognised as victims of crime but are treated as criminals and are often...
No Way Out - A briefing paper on foreign national women in prison in England and Wales January 2012
Foreign national women, many of whom are known to have been trafficked or coerced into offending, represent around one in seven of all the women held in custody in England and Wales. Yet comparatively little information has been produced about these women, their particular circumstances and...
Child sacrifice in Uganda
The dictionary definition of sacrifice is ―the offering of food, objects or the lives of animals or people to the gods as an act of propitiation or worship.
Child Sacrifice, as defined by Jubilee Campaign and Kyampisi Childcare Ministries, is the act of murdering a child by a witch-...
Breaking the Silence - A Report by the European Roma Rights Centre and people in need
Trafficking raises sensitivities in Romani communities because of the light it shines on harmful activities or practices that are linked to trafficking: exploitative begging, forced and child marriage and prostitution/sex work, which have a disproportionate impact on Romani women and...
Watch over me - A system of guardianship for child victims of trafficking
This report represents ECPAT UK’s response to the Government’s position. It has been drafted on the basis of communication with a range of parliamentarians, countries in which a system of guardianship has been introduced, two workshops with ECPAT UK’s Youth Group1, and a...
On the Safe Side - Principles for the safe accommodation of child victims of trafficking
ECPAT UK has today released a report on principles for the safe accommodation of child victims of trafficking.
Read the full report here.
An analysis of women victims of trafficking and their claims for asylum - Poppy Project [Eaves]
Hidden Faces of the Gulf Miracle
An ITUC Report into the human costs of the 2022 World Cup
Corruption & Human Trafficking
A Report by Transparency International [TI] - the global coalition against corruption
Undocumented Children in Europe: Invisible Victims of Immigration Restrictions
A PICUM [Platform for International Co-operation on Undocumented Migrants]
The impact of proposals to abolish the overseas domestic worker visa
Anti-Slavery International, Kalayaan and Justice for Domestic Workers briefing
Puppet on a String
A Barnardo's Report into child sexual exploitation in the UK, including internal trafficking.
Breaking the Wall of Silence
An NSPCC report highlighting the role that practitioners can play in identifying and supporting victims of trafficking
The Green Light Project
A groundbreaking Project in Bosnia-Herzegovina is leading the way in the handling of victims trafficked for sexual exploitation
Trafficking in Women [Bulgaria] - Questions & Answers
An Animus Association publication
The Links Between Prostitution and Sex Trafficking
Prepared for the Joint Project Coordinated by the Coalition Against Trafficking in Women (CATW) and the European Women’s Lobby (EWL) on Promoting Preventative Measures to...
Forced labour in Northern Ireland: exploiting vulnerability
This report takes a look at forced labour in Northern Ireland among new migrants. Along with data and details on the issue, it contains advice from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation on how to bring an end to the problem.
Joseph Rowntree Foundation: Modern slavery in the UK
This is a report on slavery in the UK today. It looks at the different ways in which slavery manifests itself (forced labour, sexual exploitation...) and contains interviews with individuals from key anti-trafficking organisations.
Lost kids, lost futures: the EU response to child trafficking
Terres des Hommes produced this report in 2004. It offers a general overview of the issue of child trafficking in Europe, and presents EU policy on human trafficking, as well as a critical analysis of the policy.
I Am Not Trash
This is a report published by War Child on the issue of child soldiers. It contains detailed information as well as testimonies from actual child soldiers.
Child trafficking handbook for parliamentarians
UNICEF believes that parliamentarians could play a key role in the fight against child trafficking. This is a guide as to how they could maximise their influence on legislation in order to implement laws to prevent human trafficking, as well as assist victims and punish the perpetrators...
Research on child trafficking in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Unicef and Save the Children Norway jointly produced this study on child trafficking in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The problem is clearly presented, as well as ways in which it can be tackled and the role local authorities could have in doing so.
NSPCC Policy Summary: children who are asylum seekers or refugees
Published in April 2008, this is a summary of the legislation which is currently in place and the NSCPP's thoughts on the appropriate course of action.
Supporting Victims of Witchcraft Abuse and Street Children in Nigeria
This paper highlights the traditional harmful belief in child “witches” in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria and explains how this deeply held belief weakens the protection of child’s rights and pushes children towards...
This paper highlights the traditional harmful belief in child “witches” in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria and explains how this deeply held belief weakens the protection of child’s rights and pushes children towards...
ECPAT UK briefing paper: child trafficking - begging & organised crime
Information on child trafficking, focusing on begging and organised crime. This document contains extracts from key legislation and explains what the UK government is doing to fight child trafficking. ...
Opportunities and obstacles: ensuring access to compensation for trafficked persons in the UK
Anti-slavery International published this document in 2009. It explains what sort of compensation victims of human trafficking in the UK are entitled to and how the legislation can be improved. ...
A handbook on planning projects to prevent child trafficking
This document is a handbook which explains the ways in which child trafficking can be prevented, with particular focus on activities which can be organised for children at risk and their families. It is designed in a way that makes it easy for project managers to follow it step...
Wrong Kind of Victim? One year on: an analysis of UK measures to protect trafficked persons. Summary report.
This report is a summary of the Anti-Trafficking Monitoring Group's work and research on the UK's compliance to the 2008 Council of Europe Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings. It finds that the UK is not entirely compliant with the Convention and examines the...
Combat Training Materials
As part of our dissemination Materials produced by the project delivery partners are now available to view on the following links:
COMBAT Power Point Presentation
This power point forms the basis of the three hour COMBAT training session in 'Raising Awareness of Trafficking'. It is delivered in conjunction with the trafficking case studies which can also be accessed under training on the COMBAT website
ECPAT Train the Trainer
The ECPAT Law Enforcement Group is a global network of organisations working to end the sexual exploitation of children. This guide, written by Stephanie Delaney and Theo Noten, was developed with the assistance of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Oak Foundation. It...
College of Policing Public Consultation Guidance on CSE
College of Policing Public Consultation June>Sep 2013 on CSE Guidance: Read it here;
First Aid Kit for First Responder Law Enforcement Officers
A UNODC publication
Prosecuting Human Traffickers
7th March 2011 - Dr Maria Grazia Giammarinaro, the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Special Representative and Coordinator for Combating...
The Palermo Protocol
The United Nations Convention Against Transnational Organised Crime
Council of Europe Convention on Action Against Trafficking in Human Beings
Men who buy sex; Who they buy and what they know
A research study of 103 men who describe their use of trafficked and non-trafficked women in prostitution, and their awareness of coercion and violence. Download the full report here.
IN WHOSE NAME? Migration and Trafficking in the UK Sex Industry: delivering social interventions between myths and reality
The relationship between migration, the sex industry and exploitation is a highly topical issue and one of concern for policymakers, the government, the third sector and the general public alike in the UK. There is a perception that commercial sex is connected to international organised crime...
A Paper by US Anti-Trafficking Campaigner Dr Laura J Lederer
Discourses Surrounding Prostitution Policies in the UK
European Journal of Womens Studies 2006
Human Trafficking: Sketchy Data & Policy Responses
A 2008 Criminology & Criminal Justice article by Jo Goodey
Trafficking & Health
Joanna Busza writing for the British Medical Journal
Health Consequences of Trafficking of Women and Girls in Southeast Asia
Academic research for the Brown Journal of World affairs 2003 by Chris Beyrer & Julie Stachowrak of John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Child Trafficking in the UK: An Examination of Contemporary Approaches
Child Trafficking, whilst not a new phenomenon, remains a heinous activity as children are the most vulnerable members of society, yet it is exactly this vulnerability that makes trafficking possible in the first instance. Official statistics by the Home Office and the
Human trafficking between China and the EU
This paper was produced by the University of Nottingham. It is a study of human trafficking between China and the EU, which was made using victims' accounts and the university's research. It also examines the effects of the recently introduced UK National Referral Mechanism...
Anti-Trafficking Media Resources
Girls going wild in red light district [Video]
"Every year, thousands of women are promised a dance career in Western Europe..."
Watch the video from Stop the Traffick...
Mira Sorvino, UNODC Goodwill Ambassador, on Human Trafficking
Watch an extended interview with Mira Sorvino, UN Goodwill Ambassador, on human trafficking here.
Lover Boys [Video]
'Lover Boys' is the story of Ibrahim, a Dutch-Moroccan man tackling the taboo problem of sex-trafficking within his community.
Watch this very important video on the Al Jazeera website ...
ENSLAVED: An MTV EXIT Special
ENSLAVED: AN MTV EXIT SPECIAL (hosted by Ananda Everingham) features real-life issues on human trafficking and exploitation. Enslaved: An MTV EXIT Special is a powerful new documentary film that aims to raise awareness and help prevent human trafficking in Thailand.
Film star Ananda...
DemandSupply2012 is a short fictional film raising awareness about sex trafficking, it highlights the possible increase for and during the London Olympics.
DemandSupply2012 was screened at the Cannes Film Festival 2011 as part of the shortfilmcorner.
Chocolates Child Slaves – Life in Slavery – CNN Freedom Project
In "Chocolate's Child Slaves," CNN's David McKenzie travels into the heart of the Ivory Coast to investigate what's happening to children working in the cocoa fields....
Victoria’s Secret Revealed in Child Picking Organic Cotton
In Burkina Faso, where child labor is endemic, paying premiums for organic and fair-trade cotton has created fresh incentives for exploitation. A program there has attracted subsistence farmers who say they can't grow "ethically sourced” cotton without forcing children into...
ERRC Research and Advocacy Coordinator Ostalinda Maya on How Human Trafficking Affects Roma
The European Roma Rights Centre and People in Need Slovakia published a report on how human trafficking affects Roma in Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia. Today I am with Ostalinda Maya, she is Research and Advocacy Coordinator of the European Roma Rights Centre.
TALIBE - The Least Favored Children Of Senegal
The social-impact documentary raises crucial awareness about the plight of 50.000 "Talibes" - young boys in Senegal (between 4 and 15 years old) who are forced to beg on the streets by their quranic-school teachers and suffer severe physical abuse and neglect.
Slavery: A 21st Century Evil - The Al Jazeera Debate
Following the series of investigating the flourishing modern slave trade, Rageh Omaar invited to a high level panel about the roots of modern slavery. The distinguished participants are discussing why slavery persists in the 21st century and what we can do to eradicate.
The Road to Traffik
Somaly Mam Foundation, 2010
Narrated by actress and humanitarian Lucy Liu, "The Road to Traffik" reveals the shocking world of sex trafficking that Somaly Mam, a former Cambodia sex slave, is heroically waging a crusade to expose and end. The filmmakers accompany...
Frontline, 3 January 2012
Afghan opium farmers have long borrowed money from drug gangs to subsidize their crops. Now, as the Afghan government destroys their livelihood in an eradication program, the farmers find themselves in a horrifying situation: repay their debts or give their...
'Death in the Desert' - A CNN documentary
The CNN documentary "Death in the Desert" showed the remarkable risks Africans were prepared to make to try to get to Israel.
A hazardous trip across Africa to Egypt where Bedouins would take them across the Sinai Desert but also hold them as bonded labor...
Slavery: A 21st Century Evil - Investigating a very modern evil
In this eight-part series, Rageh Omaar uncovers the truth about the flourishing 21st century slave trade.
Today, 27 million men, women and children are held, sold and trafficked as slaves throughout the world.
From the sex slaves of Eastern Europe to China's...
Marius & Bogdan - Romanian Sex Traffickers
How five vulnerable young Romanain girls were trafficked to the UK
Two Little Girls
An animated film warning girls about trafficking for sexual exploitation
The Psychology of Human Trafficking
A documentary produced by Thema Bryant-Davis of the Society for the Psychology of Women - Division 35 of the American Psychological Association
Kyle Patrick @ Pledge Music for MTV Exit
People Shouldn't be Bought and Sold
Rochelle from London uses her talent to 'Stop the Traffik'
Not My Life
Not My Life is the first documentary film to depict the horrifying and dangerous practices of human trafficking and modern slavery on a global scale. Watch the trailer:
Kenyan Nubians fight for a national identity
The Nubians came to Kenya from Sudan more than a century ago to fight for the British. Their ancestors, born in Kenya, are still fighting for a national identity and for basic human rights. The UNHCR have been supporting their fight. Read their story:
Echoes by Rob Brown
Joanne Frogatt plays Anya, a female sex trafficker, who faces a moral dilemma when she discovers that the young woman she is trafficking from Lithuania to London is pregnant.
Stop the Traffic
An anti-trafficking poem by Gerard Kelly - first published by the Salavation Army
Giving a Voice to the Victims of Trafficking
Emma Thompson is UNGIFT's voice of trafficking victims
UNODC Public Service Announcement
Julia Ormond, Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime alerts people to be vigilant against traffickers
Actress Emma Thompson talks about the trafficking of a Moldovan young woman for sexual exploitation in the West
Vietnam & trafficking for cannabis culitvation
UNODC's Treol Vestor talks about the trafficking of Vietnamese children for cannabis cultivation in the UK
Sport Against Trafficking Julia's Row For Freedom
On the 4th December 2011 Julia will be the first Finnish person to row the Atlantic in what is known as ‘the...
Crystal, a young Indonesian girl, is in an Immigration office being questioned about her false papers and illegal refugee application. About to be sent to Maribynong Detention Centre and deported, her allegations of multiple rape and appalling captive conditions seem to make little difference...
Inhuman Traffic: Angelina Jolie
MTV EXIT presents Inhuman Traffic, a special program presented by Angelina Jolie. This program is a fast-moving and compelling documentary that provides an introduction to the human rights tragedy of trafficking of women and girls for sexual exploitation in Europe. Featuring Anna, a woman from...
Fair Trade brochure
Fair Trade is a play by the Shatterbox Theatre Company which deals with the issue of human trafficking and is produced by Oscar winner Emma Thompson. Shatterbox can be booked to deliver the play.
The Killers and MTV EXIT: Goodnight, Travel Well (2009)
MTV EXIT and The Killers, in partnership with USAID, produced a music video for the track "Goodnight, Travel Well," in 2009 to raise awareness of human trafficking and exploitation.
Muse and MTV EXIT: MK Ultra
MTV EXIT and Muse, in partnership with USAID, release a music video that dramatically highlights the dangers and impact of human trafficking. ...
Radiohead: All I Need
Radiohead partnered with MTV EXIT in 2008 to produce a music video for the track "All I Need" to raise awareness of human trafficking and exploitation.
MTV EXIT Tour in Europe 2006 - Human Trafficking
Watch the MTV EXIT Tour in Europe which features artists such as R.E.M, SaAsian Dub Foundation Soundsystem, Dubioza Kolektiv, Sikter, Carmen Consoli, Hip Hop legend Guru’s Jazzmatazz, Romanian stars Morandi, the UK's Panjabi MC, Kosovo Albanian rockers Kthjellu, and Albania's...
Paying the Price
"Paying the Price" is a part of “Parallel Lives,” a unique series of five short films about human trafficking. Hosted by Supermodel Helena Christensen, Gavin Rossdale of rock bands “Bush” and “Institute”, and Howlin’ Pelle Almqvist of Swedish...
Join Lucy Liu in Traffic, a documentary that addresses the issue of human trafficking in Asia-Pacific.
Human Trafficking Myths
Join MTV EXIT as they go into the streets of Bangkok to explore the myths and misconceptions of human trafficking. ...
Children’s Workforce Guidance & Tools
Friend or Foe
FRIEND OR FOE – WHO CAN YOU TRUST?
Taking Stock is a Sheffield-based specialist service working with sexually exploited young people, and has been delivering prevention workshops within schools and community settings since 2003. As a result of these workshops, and the one-to-one...
Derby Safeguarding Children Board - Serious Case Review
Derby Safeguarding Children Board - Serious Case Review
Executive Summary July 2010
Agreed by Derby Safeguarding Children Board on 13 August 2010
Author: Janet Galley Independent Social Worker
CRASAC - Someone to Trust
Need someone to listen? Someone to trust? Coventry Rape & Sexual Violence Centre can help
CRASAC-Don't Struggle Alone
Confidential information, support and advice for male victims of sexual violence
Independent Sexual Violence Advisor
If you are male or female and need to access an Independent Sexual Violence Advisor contact CRASAC
CRASAC Project Leaflet
Coventry Rape & Sexual Abuse Centre will provide confidential advice and support to victims of sexual abuse through trafficking
Working Together to Safeguard Children
Update to the UK Action Plan on Tackling Human Trafficking - Oct 2009
This document is an official communication from the Home Office and the Scottish Government, and provides an update on the strategy that was introduced in 2007 to tackle the issue of human trafficking in the UK. Because this action plan was presented as a "living document", the...
Local authority pilots of the London Safeguarding Trafficked Children guidance and toolkit
Safeguarding trafficked Roma children and families
Information relating to the heightened concern for Roma children and their families, who are increasingly susceptible to becoming victims of human trafficking. A briefing on the issue was submitted to the London Directors of Children's Services in July of last...
UNODC Human Trafficking Indicators
A list of signs that an indivudal may be a victim of human trafficking. These indicators are sorted by different types of trafficking, such as child trafficking or labour exploitation. [Read...
Red Flags for Spotting Human Trafficking
This is a comprehensive list of signs to look out for when determining if a person is a victim of trafficking. It also contains signs which are specific to trafficked children. ...
Issues for Child Protection Social Care Staff
These are guidelines for social care staff to know how to properly deal with children who have been vicitms of trafficking. This document touches on all areas of proper social care, from victims' legal rights to protecting their mental well-being. ...
Issues for professionals to consider when working with trafficked children
This document is an official communication from the UK Department for Education and provides guidelines to help professionals care for trafficked chidren. It contains information on which services are necessary to fulfull trafficked children's needs, as well as which...
SOLACE: The role of local authorities in addressing human trafficking
This report explores how local authorities can improve their response to the crime of human trafficking, in particular in the area of identifying and assisting victims. [Read more]
Draft NRM Statistical Data 1st April 2009-31st December 2010
The National Referral Mechanism was introduced in 2009 as part of the Council of Europe Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings. This document contains data collected within the terms of this legislation. ...
Full Child Trafficking Assessment Form
If you suspect a child is being trafficked, please fill in this form in order to assess the type of action which is needed and enable the child to be referred to the revelant authorities for the necessary assistance.
Safeguarding children who may have been trafficked
The UK Home Office and Department for Children, Schools and Families worked to put together this publication which presents the issue of child trafficking and the work that is being done to put an end to it by taking a look at the role of different agencies and local authorities...
London Safeguarding Trafficked Children Guidance
This publication was funded by the London Safeguarding Children Board, which is made up of several London boroughs. It explains the problem of child trafficking and provides guidance to professionals and volunteers dealing with the issue of exploited or trafficked children....
London Safeguarding Trafficked Children Toolkit
This publication was jointly produced by the London Safeguarding Children Board and the London Councils. It consists of instructions on how to recognise trafficked children. It also contains sections of information and guidelines for professionals dealing with trafficked children,...
CTAIL leaflet 2011
Basic guidelines from the National Child Trafficking Advice and Information Line.
Counter-Trafficking Directory for the United Kingdom
This document was put together by the International Migration Organisation and is intended as a guide for people who encounter victims of human trafficking. It contains the names and contact details of NGOs, legal services, health services and law enforcement authorities, as...
Barristers specialising in human trafficking
Biographies of prominent lawyers specialising in human trafficking. [Click here]
UKBA Guidance on dealing with Child Asylum Seekers
This document outlines the necessary procedure to follow when submitting an asylum seeker application from a child. The application can be completed by the child or on behalf of him or her, but this can only be done by an expert who has received the appropriate training....
NRM Child Referral Form
National Referral Mechanism for Child Victims of Trafficking - Child Protection Social Care professionals & Children's Workforce practitioners in the Local Authority can complete this form as First Responders to the Competent Authority; the United Kingdom Human Trafficking Centre...