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UNODC Global Report on Trafficking in Persons - 2016

Publié le jeudi 22 décembre 2016 , mis à jour le jeudi 22 décembre 2016

Source : www.unodc.org

Date : 21 Décembre 2016

Presentation :

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

« The 2016 Global Report on Trafficking in Persons was prepared by the UNODC Crime Research Section under the supervision of Jean-Luc Lemahieu, Director of the Division for Policy Analysis and Public Affairs and Angela Me, Chief of the Research and Trend Analysis Branch. »

Core team

  • Kristiina Kangaspunta,
  • Fabrizio Sarrica,
  • Tejal Jesrani,
  • Raggie Johansen,
  • Cecilia Manzotti.

« The 2016 UNODC Global Report on Trafficking in Persons is the third of its kind mandated by the General Assembly through the 2010 United Nations Global Plan of Action to Combat Trafficking in Persons. It covers 136 countries and provides an overview of patterns and flows of trafficking in persons at global, regional and national levels, based primarily on trafficking cases detected between 2012 and 2014. As UNODC has been systematically collecting data on trafficking in persons for more than a decade, trend information is presented for a broad range of indicators.
The thematic chapter of the 2016 edition of the Global Report looks at how migrants and refugees can be vulnerable to trafficking in persons, en route or at destination. It also analyses the particular condition of people escaping war, conflict and persecution.

Most countries have passed legislation that criminalizes trafficking in persons as a specific offence ; many have done so recently. The Global Report shows that there is a relation between how long a country has had proper trafficking legislation on its books, and how many convictions it reports. Countries with longer-standing legislation record, on average, more convictions. That said, the overall criminal justice response to trafficking in persons, which has historically been very weak, has not improved significantly.

The Country Profiles, available below, present national-level data for the countries covered by this edition of the Global Report. »

CONTENTS

Executive summary
Introduction

CHAPTER I - GLOBAL OVERVIEW

Patterns of Trafficking in Persons
Trafficking Flows
The Legislative and Criminal Justice Response to Trafficking in Persons

CHAPTER II

Human Trafficking, Migration and Conflict

CHAPTER III

Western and Central Europe
Eastern Europe and Central Asia
North and Central America and the Caribbean
South America
East Asia and the Pacific
South Asia
Sub-Saharian Africa
North African and the Middle-East

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