Forced migration or displacement
Gender and migration
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.
How sensitive are estimates of working children and child labour to definitions?
This UNICEF paper discusses Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS) and their positive impact on ensuring data collection on women and children in low to middle income countries or helping countries measure attainment of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). While explaining the development process and accomplishments of MICS, the paper does not offer explicit instructions for completing these surveys.
Stocktaking of Global Forced Displacement Data
Sarzin reviews the availability, credibility, and methodologies behind common sources of displacement data, in doing so helping researchers and policymakers review their approaches to understanding an often difficult situation to encompass. Key definitions and ongoing programs are also discussed to offer information for both those new to the topic and those to whom forced displacement is a familiar terrain.
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.