HUMAN TRAFFICKING REPORTS

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Arizona Human Trafficking Council's Prevention & Intervention Report

Through this report, the Arizona Human Trafficking Council (the Council) has summarized critical areas of work to prevent and combat human trafficking and exploitation across eleven critical sectors.

Through the combined efforts of state and local government, non-profits, law enforcement, universities, and the community at-large, Arizona is creating systemic change to prevent and combat human trafficking.

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Trafficking In Persons Report - United States Department of State

For 20 years, the Trafficking in Persons Report (TIP Report) has demonstrated the United States’ conviction that human trafficking is a global threat necessitating a global response. 

Traffickers are denying nearly 25 million people their fundamental right to freedom, forcing them to live enslaved and toil for their exploiter’s profit. This report arms governments with the data they need to increase the prosecution of traffickers, provide victim-centered and trauma-informed protection for victims of trafficking, and prevent this crime altogether. 

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United Nations Report On Global Human Trafficking

In 2007, UNODC conducted, in the framework of the United Nations Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking (UN.GIFT), a study on the state of the world’s response to the crime of human trafficking. This report offers an unprecedented view of the available information on the state of the world’s response to human trafficking, including near-comprehensive data on national legislative and enforcement activity.

This report summarizes this information, starting with a discussion of the global and regional figures and closing with country profiles for participating nations.

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Precarious Journeys: Mapping vulnerabilities of victims of trafficking from Vietnam to Europe

This research was conducted by Every Child Protected Against Trafficking (ECPAT UK), Anti-Slavery International (Anti-Slavery) and Pacific Links Foundation (Pacific Links). 

Over one and a half years the research investigated the issue of human trafficking from Vietnam to the UK, and through Europe; specifically Poland, the Czech Republic, France and the Netherlands to the UK. 

This report summarises the main findings of the research. It highlights that whilst there are many vulnerabilities which result in a person leaving Vietnam, vulnerabilities are not inherent in all Vietnamese migrants. 

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The Typology of Modern Slavery: Defining Sex and Labor Trafficking in the United States

In 2017, Polaris issued a report that for the first time ever broke human trafficking in the United States down from the broad categories of sex trafficking and labor trafficking into what it truly is – 25 distinct business models, each with their own specific and distinct business plans. 

The analysis is based on more than 32,000 cases reported to the U.S. National Human Trafficking Hotline between December 2007 and December 2016.

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State Report Cards: Grading Criminal Record Relief Laws for Survivors of Human Trafficking

By its very definition, the crime of human trafficking involves people participating in some activity against their will. Often those activities are illegal – prostitution, selling drugs, shoplifting – and trafficking victims are arrested and charged with a crime. This tragically ironic scenario is extremely common. 

A survey found that 91% of survivor respondents had a criminal record as a result of being trafficked. A criminal record, even an arrest without a conviction, often leads to doors being slammed shut. Its time to put laws in place that allow trafficking survivors to have their records cleared and move on with their lives.

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