Este folleto por la Asociación de Tejas Contra el Asalto Sexual (en inglés, TAASA) incluye información básica y estadísticas sobre el tráfico humano, y preguntas para identificar víctimas potenciales. También incluye recursos en Tejas para más información y/o ayuda. En inglés. Información para hacer un pedido (el PDF es gratis).

The Existe Ayuda Toolkit provides a variety of resources and information to help service providers in working with spanish-speaking populations.  This project aims to increase cultural competence and accessibility of services.  The glossaries, presentations, and tools available on this site should assist both spanish-speaking and non-spanish-speaking advocates to provide information, services, and referrals to Latin@s impacted by sexual violence.

This action plan discusses combating human trafficking and modern-day forms of slavery through government action as well as partnerships with allied professionals and concerned citizens.

Read the plan.

This research report discusses two programs developed by SAGE.  The LIFESKILLS program works with youth considered to be at risk for sexual exploitation.  The GRACE program works with adults who have been arrested for prostitution.  This research used a four-part participatory evaluation model, and findings suggest that involvement with these programs reduces contact with the criminal justice system.  The researchers also made recommendations for program improvement.

Based on data gathered from 155 countries, this report offers the first global assessment of the scope of human trafficking. It includes as overview of trafficking patterns, legal approaches to trafficking, and country-specific information on reported cases of trafficking in persons. The most common form of human trafficking is sexual exploitation (79% of human trafficking cases). The victims of sexual exploitation are predominantly women and girls.
Global Report on Trafficking in Persons

El documento de Arte Sana es un glosario (ingles a español) de términos asociados con el tráfico humano. También hay un glosario general de los términos asociados con violencia sexual.

The report summarizes research and analysis of laws, ordinances, and regulations applicable to human trafficking in greater Cincinnati. It also includes findings from an extensive survey of law enforcement officials, social service providers, healthcare providers, attorneys, city and county leaders, non-governmental organizations, media, and faith-based organizations.
Finally, it recommends three first steps our city and community leaders may take to begin addressing human trafficking.
Greater Cincinnati Human Trafficking Report

This guide is one of four guides originally developed for OVC and the grantees who received funding to serve victims of human trafficking.

This following guide will help you conduct a comprehensive needs assessment of your community, target populations, and the services available to them. It will also guide you in using the results of your needs assessment to further develop, refine, and implement your program.

Guide to Conducting a Needs Assessment

The other three guides include:

Guide to Performance Measurement and Program Evaluation
Guide to Hiring a Local Evaluator
Guide to Protecting Human Subjects
 

This guide is one of four guides originally developed for OVC and the grantees who received funding to serve victims of human trafficking.

Use this guide to help you determine whether you have the resources and expertise within your initiative to plan and implement a needs assessment and program evaluation, or if it is best to hire a local evaluator to help you conduct these activities. This guide contains useful tips on what to consider in the decision making and selection processes of hiring a local evaluator. 

Guide to Hiring a Local Evaluator

The other three guides include:

Guide to Performance Measurement and Program Evaluation
Guide to Conducting a Needs Assessment
Guide to Protecting Human Subjects

This guide is one of four guides originally developed for OVC and the grantees who received funding to serve victims of human trafficking.
This following guide will help you:

    * Develop an evaluation plan for collecting data on performance measures.
    * Establish measureable goals and objectives.
    * Design and conduct the program evaluation to continuously assess your program’s progress in achieving its established goals and objectives.
    * Identify measures to reflect the impact of your program’s activities.
    * Use the results to refine and improve services.
Guide to Performance Measurement and Program Evaluation

The other three guides include: 
Guide to Conducting a Needs Assessment
Guide to Hiring a Local Evaluator
Guide to Protecting Human Subjects

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