Guidelines for the Collection of Data on Trafficking in Human Beings, Including Comparable Indicators
The lack of reliable and comparable data on trafficking in human beings remains one of the main obstacles in effectively preventing and combating trafficking in human beings as well as protecting and assisting victims.
IOM and the Austrian Federal Ministry of the Interior have recently published the Guidelines for the Collection of Data on Trafficking in Human Beings (THB), Including Comparable Indicators, developed to create the necessary basis for an improved collection, comparison and sharing of data on THB. The Guidelines seek to enhance the capacity of the national authorities to collect and share data as well as to contribute to EU-wide efforts to enhance data collection and to foster cooperation among EU Member States.
- Foreword by the Federal Ministry of the Interior of Austria
- Foreword by the International Organization for Migration
- List of Abbreviations
- Executive Summary
- Preliminary Considerations to Ensure Effective Data Collection
- Trafficking Data: What Data should be collected
- Templates for more Comprehensive Data Collection
- Procedural Considerations
- Towards Identifying Potential Cases of Trafficking
- Protection Mechanisms and Ethics
- Options for Implementation
- Members of the Expert Team
- List of Experts Contributing in Writing