IOM X C4D TOOLKIT
A step-by-step guide to applying Communication for Development (C4D) to counter-trafficking activities. This toolkit provides practical guidance for strengthening ongoing awareness-raising information campaigns and related outreach through the application of Communication for Development (C4D).
This toolkit will help you:
• Understand C4D and Behaviour Change Communication (BCC)
• Develop a C4D strategy for counter-trafficking initiatives
Hard to see, harder to count: Survey guidelines to estimate forced labour of adults and children
The manual offers guidelines for quantitative research on trafficking in persons, including both adults and children. Necessary definitions, descriptions of methodologies, and templates for questionnaires are all included and thus make this a helpful work for readers of varying levels of familiarity with the topic.
Measuring Hard-to-Count Migrant Populations: Importance, Definitions, and Categories
The report clarifies which migrants are considered "hard to count" (such as irregular migrants or trafficking victims) and offers brief overviews of methods used to measure these particular cross-border flows as well as factors influencing the data collection process. Most useful is the extensive list of sample survey questions that can be used to help identify these populations.
Operational indicators of trafficking in human beings
This brief publication offers an introduction to trafficking in persons, from key definitions to the role of the Delphi methodology in establishing the key indicators in measuring human trafficking. Most useful is the list of questions that labour inspectors and qualitative and quantitative researchers can use when determining if a worker is a victim of trafficking.
Toolkit to Combat Trafficking in Persons Tool 9.15: Use of standardized data collecting instruments
This is one section of a larger toolkit written to combat trafficking in persons, published by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in 2008. It specifically addresses the standardization of data collection instruments used in trafficking research and combating trafficking.
Human Trafficking: New Directions for Research
This publication considers various approaches for measuring rates of human trafficking and how they have been applied in various national contexts. It also presents how different methodologies are needed to address specific regional problems and trends.
Anti-Trafficking Data Collection and Information Management in the European Union – a Handbook
The manual goes through, step by step, various aspects of human trafficking data, whether that be data collection methodology, data collection processes, or procedures for reporting. This manual also helps educate readers on the levels of skill, training and sensitivity needed to complete this work in the best way possible.
ASEAN and Trafficking in Persons
The report explores how proper data collection and use can combat trafficking. It defines relevant terms and how country case studies (Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Cambodia) highlight concepts, successes and missteps in practice.