2023 Trafficking in Persons Report by the US Department of State presents a comprehensive assessment of the global state of human trafficking and outlines efforts to enhance response and coordination. It sheds light on survivor stories, exposes new tactics employed by traffickers. Tactics such as cyber scam operations, and provides recommendations for collaborative action to combat this crime.
The report is the culmination of the unwavering commitment demonstrated by individuals and organizations worldwide. They actively engage in the fight against human trafficking, often placing themselves at significant personal risk.
Effectively addressing the pervasive issue of trafficking necessitates a collective global effort, transcending boundaries between governments, businesses, and civil society. By fostering the exchange of resources and information, it strives to empower frontline stakeholders with the tools needed to identify and respond to ever-evolving trafficking patterns.
It is possible to build policies and tactics that give priority to trauma-informed methods of fighting human trafficking by working with survivors. Technology can be effectively used to address the relationship between financial systems and human trafficking.
2023 Trafficking in Persons Report
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If you have questions about the 2023 Trafficking in Persons Report, please email, [email protected]. If you would like to request a copy of the 2023 TIP Report, please note we have decided to print the introduction section only this year, which excludes the country narratives. You may request hard copies of the 2023 TIP Report introduction beginning in the fall. Please email requests to [email protected].
Read full report here: www.state.gov