This is the sixth annual TIP report and “is intended to raise global awareness and spur foreign governments to take effective actions to counter all forms of trafficking in persons – a form of modern-day slavery.” The report also assesses foreign governments’ efforts to fight trafficking in persons, including prosecution, conviction and prison sentences for traffickers, victim protection, and prevention efforts.
Trafficking in Persons Report

This brochure provides information about trafficking in the Unites States to non-governmental organizations.
Trafficking in Persons: A Guide for Non-Governmental Organizations

This fact sheet provides an overview of the TVPA, the goals of the TVPA to prevent human trafficking, protect victims and prosecute traffickers, and a brief overview of the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2003.
Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000 Fact Sheet

This study examined the nature and extent of the commercial sexual exploitation of children in the three countries of the North American Free Trade Agreement.
 
Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children

This chapter of ICASA’s manual on facts and statistics presents statistics about prostitution.
 
By the Numbers: Prostitution

This chapter of ICASA’s manual on facts and statistics includes information on pornography and its effects.
 
By the Numbers: Pornography

This report describes the U.S. government’s successes in combating human trafficking and provides recommendations on ways to improve efforts.
 Assessment of U.S. Government Activities to Combat Trafficking in Persons

This E-Newsletter highlights resources on various forms of human trafficking. New materials addressing outreach, identification, service provision, legislation, policy advocacy, and the intersections of trafficking with issues such as of immigration, migration, and racism are featured.
VAWnet E-Newsletter: Focus on Human Trafficking

Although a lot has been learnt already about practical ways in which adults and children who have been trafficked can be protected and assisted, much less attention has been given in recent years to drawing lessons about what techniques succeed in preventing trafficking from occurring. As a result, donors seem reluctant to invest money in efforts to prevent child trafficking, even though they are familiar with the old adage, “prevention is better than cure”. Giving prevention more attention means improving the quality of preventive work, as well as increasing the amount of work being done. This handbook is a contribution towards that improvement, distilling some of the lessons which have already been learnt by many different organisations.
 
A Handbook on Planning Projects to Prevent Child Trafficking

This law was enacted in October 2000. It provides protection and assistance for victims of trafficking and includes the authorization of educations and public awareness campaigns as part if its prevention measures.
Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000

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