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  • Apr. 2016 - Jan. 2017
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  • UNODC

The UNODC Global Report on Trafficking in Persons, published in December 2016, is they key output of the UNODC research programme on trafficking in persons, and it presents an overview of the key trends and patterns of trafficking in persons. The View More

The UNODC Global Report on Trafficking in Persons, published in December 2016, is they key output of the UNODC research programme on trafficking in persons, and it presents an overview of the key trends and patterns of trafficking in persons. The Report contains gender-disaggregated data on detected trafficking victims and offenders, and forms of exploitation. This edition also provides analyses on, inter alia, women offenders, trafficking for marriage and trafficking of women and girls related to conflict.

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  • Feb 2017 - Apr 2018
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  • UNODC

UNODC published “Evidential Issues in Trafficking in Persons Cases – Case Digest ”, a handbook that aims to assist criminal justice practitioners worldwide in addressing recurring evidential issues that are typical to trafficking View More

UNODC published “Evidential Issues in Trafficking in Persons Cases – Case Digest ”, a handbook that aims to assist criminal justice practitioners worldwide in addressing recurring evidential issues that are typical to trafficking in persons cases. It has analysed 135 cases from 31 jurisdictions and provides the reader, based on these real cases tried, with a range of options and possibilities to deal with particular evidential challenges.  
In 2010, UNODC has received the GA mandate to collect data and report about trafficking in persons’ patterns and flows at national and international levels. This mandate is fulfilled with the Global Report on Trafficking in Persons, published every two years. Data is collected according to sex disaggregation and forms of exploitation. Still nowadays, female represent the vast majority of the victims trafficking and sexual exploitation is the most reported form of trafficking worldwide. 
UNODC is developing methodologies to monitor SDG indicator 16.2.2, on estimating the number of victims of trafficking by sex, age and forms of exploitation. This indicator is used to monitor SDG targets 16.2 and 5.2 on trafficking in children and women trafficking.

 

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  • Feb. 2008 - Sept. 2008
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  • UNODC
UNODC continued to support, and conducted research related to trafficking in persons, including on the nature of trafficking and national and regional responses to trafficking.

UNODC continued to support, and conducted research related to trafficking in persons, including on the nature of trafficking and national and regional responses to trafficking.

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  • Jul. 2007 - Jan. 2008
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  • UNODC
Recent publications of UNODC included: child-friendly version of the Guidelines on Justice in Matters involving Child Victims and Witnesses of Crime (published in February 2008); Handbook for Female Prison Staff on Responding to the Specific Needs of View More

Recent publications of UNODC included: child-friendly version of the Guidelines on Justice in Matters involving Child Victims and Witnesses of Crime (published in February 2008); Handbook for Female Prison Staff on Responding to the Specific Needs of Women Prisoners in Afghanistan (published in December 2007 in Dari).

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  • Mar. 2013 - Feb. 2014
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  • UNODC
UNODC continues its research on the patterns and flows of trafficking in persons worldwide. The biennial Global Report on Trafficking in Persons presents gender-disaggregated data on trafficking victims and offenders. It also analyzes female View More

UNODC continues its research on the patterns and flows of trafficking in persons worldwide. The biennial Global Report on Trafficking in Persons presents gender-disaggregated data on trafficking victims and offenders. It also analyzes female involvement in trafficking in persons, and regional differences in terms of detections of victims and forms of exploitation.

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  • Mar. 2013 - Feb. 2014
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  • UNODC
UNODC expanded its online Human Trafficking Case Law Database (www.unodc/cld), which provides legal professionals with qualitative information and increases knowledge and visibility of cases of trafficking in women and girls. The Office provided View More

UNODC expanded its online Human Trafficking Case Law Database (www.unodc/cld), which provides legal professionals with qualitative information and increases knowledge and visibility of cases of trafficking in women and girls. The Office provided specialized training, including on indicators to identify trafficking in women, to more than 800 criminal justice practitioners worldwide.

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  • Mar. 2014 - Mar. 2016
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  • UNODC

UNODC launched the Global Study on Homicide, focusing on intimate personal homicide and in particular analysis of women as victims, as part of the broader issue of violence against women. Similarly, the Global Report on Trafficking in Persons View More

UNODC launched the Global Study on Homicide, focusing on intimate personal homicide and in particular analysis of women as victims, as part of the broader issue of violence against women. Similarly, the Global Report on Trafficking in Persons presents data and analyses on this crime and its impact on women and girls. Information gathered from about 130 countries around the world shows that globally 70% of victims are females (50% adult women and 20% girls). A new edition will be published in late 2016.

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  • Mar. 2014 - Mar. 2016
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  • UNODC

UNODC is leading an initiative, jointly with the UNODC-INEGI Centre for Excellence for Statistical Information and the Inter-American Development Bank, to develop a common methodology for the conduct of victimization surveys in Latin America and View More

UNODC is leading an initiative, jointly with the UNODC-INEGI Centre for Excellence for Statistical Information and the Inter-American Development Bank, to develop a common methodology for the conduct of victimization surveys in Latin America and the Carribean.

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  • Mar. 2014 - Mar. 2016
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  • UNODC

UNODC led global efforts to improve data availability and quality on gender related crime. The International Classification of Crime for Statistical Purposes (ICCS), endorsed in 2015 by the UN Statistical Commission and CCPCJ, provides specific View More

UNODC led global efforts to improve data availability and quality on gender related crime. The International Classification of Crime for Statistical Purposes (ICCS), endorsed in 2015 by the UN Statistical Commission and CCPCJ, provides specific guidance on how to deal with gender-related crime, in terms of specific data disaggregations by sex and by considering crime motive. If properly implemented by national data producers, crime statistics will allow the analysis of data on crime by sex and age of victims and perpetrators, on the relationship of victims and perpetrators and on the motive of crime.

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  • Mar. 2014 - Mar. 2016
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  • UNODC

In East Asia and the Pacific, UNODC collaborated with UN Women and UNDP on a multi-country research study that examined the attrition rates of reported cases of sexual violence of women and girls in India, Thailand and Viet Nam.

In East Asia and the Pacific, UNODC collaborated with UN Women and UNDP on a multi-country research study that examined the attrition rates of reported cases of sexual violence of women and girls in India, Thailand and Viet Nam.

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