Explore the following reports from government and non-government organizations that investigate, summarize, or promote an issue within human trafficking.
Understanding and Responding to Modern Slavery within the Homelessness Sector. The Passage. January 2017.
Understanding the psychosocial and mental health needs of bonded labourers in south-eastern Nepal. The Freedom Fund. January 2017.
Youth Involvement in the Sex Trade: A National Study. Center for Court Innovation. March 2016.
Targeting Vulnerabilities: The Impact of the Syrian War and Refugee Situation on Trafficking in Persons: A Study of Syria, Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan and Iraq. The International Centre for Migration Policy Development. December 2015.
Trafficking Survivor Care Standards. Human Trafficking Foundation. Edition 2. June 2015.
Nebraska Medicine. Nebraska Medical Association. Spring 2015, Volume 14, Number 1.
Sex Trafficking in the U.S.: A Closer Look at U.S. Citizen Victims. Polaris Project.
Addressing Mental Health Needs in Survivors of Modern Slavery: A Critical Review and Research Agenda. The Freedom Fund and Helen Bamber Foundation. 2015.
Human Trafficking: What to Do? A Practice Guide for Healthcare Providers, Law Enforcement, NGOs & Border Guards. Published by Payoke and the Danube University of Krems with financial support from the Prevention of and Fight against Crime programme of the European Union, European Commission. 2014.
Joint efforts of police and health authorities to combat trafficking in human beings: Handbook for professionals at the interface of police and health authorities. Published by Payoke and the Danube University of Krems with financial support from the Prevention of and Fight against Crime programme of the European Union, European Commission. 2014.
American Psychological Association: Report of the Task Force on Trafficking Women and Girls
Human Trafficking Screening Tool. Ohio Human Trafficking Task Force. June 2013.
Confronting Commercial Sexual Exploitation and Sex Trafficking of Minors in the United States, Institute of Medicine, National Research Counsel, 2013
Confronting Commercial Sex Exploitation and Sex Trafficking of Minors in the United States: A Guide for the Healthcare Sector. Institute of Medicine and National Research Council of the National Academies. 2013.
First, Do No Harm: Designing a model of trauma-informed care for survivors of human trafficking in Los Angeles County. Annie Fehrenbacher. UCLA Center for the Study of Women, January 2013.
Ending the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children: A Call for Multi-System Collaboration in California. By Kate Walker. California Child Welfare Council, 2013.
Moving Upstream: The Merits of a Public Health Law Approach to Human Trafficking. Todres, Jonathan. North Carolina Law Review, Vol. 89, No. 2, p. 447, 2011.
Labor Trafficking is a Women’s Rights Issue. A brief report by Freedom Network USA. September 2010.
Prior to 2010
Budapest declaration on public health and trafficking in human beings. Budapest: Regional Conference on Public Health &Trafficking in Human Beings. International Organization for Migration. 2003.
Turning pain into power: Trafficking Survivors’ Perspectives on Early Intervention Strategies. San Francisco, CA: Family Violence Prevention Fund.44. 2005.
Expert Analysis on Health-Sector Responses to Violence Against Women. By the World Health Organization, Sexual and Reproductive Health. March 2009.
Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in New York City, Volume One: The CSEC Population in New York City: Size, Characteristics, and Needs. By Curtis, Terry, Dank, Dombrowski, and Khan. Submitted to the National Institute of Justice, US DOJ in 2008.
Early Intervention to Avoid Sex Trading and Trafficking of Minnesota’s Female Youth: A Benefit-Cost Analysis. By Martin, Lotspeich, and Stark. For the Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center. 2008.