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Counter-trafficking in Emergencies: Information Management Guide

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Counter-trafficking in Emergencies: Information Management Guide

This guide aims to address the dual challenge of information management in complicated operating environments, and quantifying a hidden crime that is often under-reported and obscured among other human rights violations. It provides guidance on how to integrate counter-trafficking-specific data collection and analysis into existing information management mechanisms which are already well established in humanitarian responses. The goal is to promote an evidence-based decision-making approach that supports the development of new interventions, or the adaption of existing measures, to more systematically integrate counter-trafficking prevention and response into humanitarian contexts.

Date de publication
Public cible
Academia
Civil Society
Government
Intergovernmental Organization
Journalist
Migrant Association
Private Sector
Langue
Échelle géographique
Produit d’un groupe de travail
No
Processus d’examen régional
Non
Objectifs Pacte mondial pour la migration
Thèmes transversaux
Mots-clés
Innovative data sources on migration
Trafficking in persons
État
Publié

Counter-trafficking in Emergencies: Information Management Guide

This guide aims to address the dual challenge of information management in complicated operating environments, and quantifying a hidden crime that is often under-reported and obscured among other human rights violations. It provides guidance on how to integrate counter-trafficking-specific data collection and analysis into existing information management mechanisms which are already well established in humanitarian responses. The goal is to promote an evidence-based decision-making approach that supports the development of new interventions, or the adaption of existing measures, to more systematically integrate counter-trafficking prevention and response into humanitarian contexts.


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