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Tools for Prevention. Participatory Monitoring - Guidelines for Practitioners in the Fight against Human Trafficking

Document number
1009
Date
2005
Title
Tools for Prevention. Participatory Monitoring - Guidelines for Practitioners in the Fight against Human Trafficking
Author/publisher
International Labour Organization (ILO)
Availability
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Document type(s)
Guidelines/Recommendations, Research/Study/Analysis, Training Material/Resources,
Keywords
Inter-organisational co-operation, International co-operation, Criminalisation, Punishment, Legal remedies, Children, Prevention, Information campaign, Protection, Prosecution, Law enforcement, Civil society, Advocacy, NGO, Human Rights approach, Victims of trafficking, Trafficked persons,
Summary
The guidelines consist of three parts including a theoretical framework for participatory monitoring, a kit with eight different tools to be used to collect data as well as annexes with tips on how to run training workshops and analyze baseline data. The guidelines and these eight different tools were developed with a view to involving all key stakeholders, including government officials, partner organizations, families and children at risk of trafficking and of course the TICW project staff themselves.
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