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U.S. Government Funded Research Projects on Trafficking in Persons FY01-09 (By Agency)


August 11, 2009

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DHS/U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services/Office of Policy and Strategy 2006 US   Studied application for T-nonimmigrant status. Provides temporary immigration benefits for aliens who are victims of severe forms of TIP and their immediate family members.  
DHS/USCIS 2005 Global Library of Congress, Federal Research Division Report on the nature of programs to provide assistance to trafficked persons in selected foreign countries.  
DOJ/OJP/BJS 2009 US Northeastern University Provide technical assistance and other guidance to DOJ-funded task forces to collect and enter data related to suspected incidents of human trafficking. The Human Trafficking Reporting System was developed to capture these data and report on the prevalence and characteristics of human trafficking incidents in task force jurisdictions. http://www.humantrafficking.neu.edu/

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DOJ/OJP/BJS 2007 US Northeastern University Develop and implement a data collection protocol for state and local criminal justice information on TIP. The project will assist law enforcement and other agencies in developing standard definitions of human trafficking cases and methods to collect and report data on cases involving human trafficking offenders. Develop a protocol for transmitting standardized data to BJS for analysis and dissemination.  
DOJ/OJP/NIJ 2008 US Abt Associates Inc A National Assessment of Sex Trafficking Demand Reduction Efforts Research in progress
DOJ/OJP/NIJ 2008 US San Diego State University A Review of Latin American Literature on Sex Trafficking Research in progress
DOJ/OJP/NIJ 2007 Global Caliber Associates/American Prosecutors Research Institute Prosecuting Human Trafficking Cases: Lessons Learned and Best Practices from the United States and Abroad. http://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/223972.pdf
DOJ/OJP/NIJ 2007 US Columbia University Local Actors and US Anti-Trafficking Policy: Interpretation, Mediation, and Implementation. Dissertation Research in progress
DOJ/OJP/NIJ 2007 China/Asia/US Rutgers University The Transnational Movement of Chinese Women for Commercial Sex Acts.  
DOJ/OJP/NIJ 2007 Mexico/US San Diego State University Sex Trafficking in the Border Community: A Field Study of Sex Trafficking in Tijuana.  
DOJ/OJP/NIJ 2007 Global Georgetown University Comprehensive literature review of published articles on TIP that will include categorization by use of TVPA definition, population, methods and peer review. For use by Field. http://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/224392.pdf
DOJ/OJP/NIJ 2007 US National Opinion Research Center Research to address: (1) the estimated number and demographic characteristics of persons engaged in acts of severe forms of TIP; (2) the number of investigations, arrests, prosecutions, and incarcerations of persons engaged in acts of severe forms of TIP and commercial sex acts, by States and their political subdivisions; (3) the estimated value in dollars of the commercial sex economy and (4) a description of the differences in the enforcement of laws related to unlawful commercial sex acts. http://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/224393.pdf
DOJ/OJP/NIJ 2006 Global Harvard University/John F. Kennedy School of Government The Government Innovators Network and the National Institute of Justice of the U.S. Department of Justice hosted this online event to examine human sex trafficking. Online event can be viewed on the site. Must register/log in and search on Trafficking: http://www.innovations.harvard.edu/mmedia_preview.html?id=13231
DOJ/OJP/NIJ 2005 US Caliber Associates Law Enforcement Response to Human Trafficking and the Implications for Victims: Current Practices and Lessons Learned: Identification of current law enforcement responses to human trafficking, the implications of such responses for victims, and the best practices and lessons learned by law enforcement and the partners they collaborate with on trafficking cases (e.g., victim service providers, attorneys, etc.). http://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/216547.pdf
DOJ/OJP/NIJ 2005 US Caliber Associates Estimating Human Trafficking into the United States: Development of a Methodology. http://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/215475.pdf
DOJ/OJP/NIJ 2005 US Caliber Associates Evaluation of Comprehensive Services for Victims of Human Trafficking: Key Findings and Lessons Learned: In-depth study of sites funded by the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) under the Trafficking Victims Protection Act grant program for victim services; evaluation is intended to build knowledge that will help ensure the services are conceptually well-developed and field-tested. http://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/218777.pdf
DOJ/OJP/NIJ 2005 US Croft Institute for International Studies Case studies of trafficking in Southwest Florida, Chicago, and Washington D.C. Read research
DOJ/OJP/NIJ 2005 US Georgetown University Victims No Longer: Research on Child Survivors of Trafficking for Sexual and Labor Exploitation in the United States. http://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/221891.pdf
DOJ/OJP/NIJ 2005 US Northeastern University Understanding and Improving Law Enforcement Responses to Human Trafficking. http://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/222752.pdf
DOJ/OJP/NIJ 2005 US Vera Institute Multi-site pilot test of a data collection instrument used to identify and gather data from individual victims of trafficking that may be of use in subsequent data collection efforts and provide information to law enforcement, service providers, and government officials on this hidden population.  
DOJ/OJP/NIJ 2004 US Intramural NIJ Summary of research in the area of child sexual exploitation.  
DOJ/OJP/NIJ 2004 US Intramural NIJ Content analysis of media reports of human trafficking cases in 18 American cities over the course of one calendar year.  
DOJ/OJP/NIJ 2003 US Caliber Associates Report on the range and responsiveness of services currently available to victims of international trafficking in persons; assessment of how services and capabilities can be improved to better serve the victims of trafficking. Read research
DOJ/OJP/NIJ 2002 China California State University Examination of the structure and operation of Chinese human smuggling organizations. Read research
DOJ/OJP/NIJ 2002 US, Mexico, Canada University of Pennsylvania Collection of baseline data concerning the prevalence of child sexual exploitation in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. Read research
DOJ/OJP/NIJ 2001 Global Intramural NIJ Expert Focus Group on Trafficking in Persons. International Center convened an intergovernmental focus group to ascertain how various agencies are dealing with the problem including Department of Labor, INS, Interpol, FBI, DOJ-Criminal Division, Child Exploitation and Obscenity and Civil rights Divisions. http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/nij/international/traffsum.html
DOJ/OJP/NIJ and OVC 2005 US Abt Associates Inc Final Report on the Evaluation of the First Offender Prostitution Program, AND Final Report on the Evaluation of the First Offender Prostitution Program: Report Summary. http://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/221894.pdf
DOJ/OJP/NIJ and OVC 2005 US Development Services Group    
DOL 2006 Nepal ILO/IPEC Study on Demand Side of trafficking of Children and Women in Nepal.  
DOL 2006 Nepal ILO/IPEC A Study on Girls and Women Employed in the Restaurants of Selected Cities in Nepal.  
DOL 2006 Guinea ILO/IPEC Survey of Child Labor with module on trafficking of children.  
DOL/ILAB 2008-2009 Panama, Domincan Republic, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua ILO/IPEC Study on knowledge, attitudes and practices of judges related to crimes of CSEC (Estudio sobre conocimientos actitudes y practicas el la aplicacion de la ley penal relacionada con los delitos de explotacion sexual comercial de ninos, ninas y adolescentes (ESC)  
DOL/ILAB 2008- 2009 El Salvador, Panama, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua ILO/IPEC Second Study on Social Tolerance towards CSEC (Segundo estudio Tolerancia Social en la poblacion frente al comercio sexual con personas menores de edad http://www.ilo.org/ipecinfo/product/download.do?type=document&id=10197
DOL/ILAB 2008 Pamama, Dominica Republic, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua ILO/IPEC Legal Analysis on international criminal cooperation in Central America and Dominican Republic (Analisis Juridico en materia penal Centroamerica y Republica Dominicana)  
DOL/ILAB 2008 Panama, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua ILO/IPEC-IOM Evaluation on the application of repatriation protocols for children victims of trafficking (Diagnostico de la aplicacion de los protocolos de repatriacion de ninas, ninos, y adolescentes victimas de trata).  
DOL/ILAB 2008 Argentina, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Indonesia, Liberia, Philippines Verite, Inc. Research of Forced Labor in the Production of Goods (probes TIP where evident)  
DOL/ILAB 2008 Global   Under the Trade and Development Act of 2001 the Department of Labor is responsible for preparing a report on the efforts of certain US trade beneficiary countries to combat the worst forms of child labor.  
DOL/ILAB 2007 India, Nepal, Pakistan Macro International Research on children working in the carpet industry of India, Nepal and Pakistan.  
DOL/ILAB 2006 Benin ILO/IPEC Survey of Child Labor with module on trafficking of children.  
DOL/ILAB 2006 West Africa Tulane University Pilot study on child trafficking of labor in the cocoa sector http://childlabor-payson.org/default.html
DOL/ILAB 2006 Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Mali, and Togo ILO/IPEC Assessment of Local Surveillance Committees: Lessons Learned and Best Practices.  
DOL/ILAB 2006 Ivory Coast ILO/IPEC Trafficking Module in Living Standards Survey.  
DOL/ILAB 2006 Belize ILO/PEC The commercial sexual exploitation of children and adolescents in Belize http://www.ilo.org/ipecinfo/product/viewProduct.do?productId=7186
DOL/ILAB 2006 Mali ILO/IPEC Report of the sub-regional forum on the migration of children: At risk of trafficking and exploitation: what are the stakes for talibés? French: Available from ILO/IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2006 Mali and Senegal ILO/IPEC Demand Side Study from the Perspective of Employers' Organizations. French: Available from ILO/IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2005 Mongolia ILO-IPEC Study on the WFCL as a part of the NHRCM's annual report to the Parliament on Human Rights and Freedom in Mongolia (The full report is available from ILO-IPEC) http://www.mn-nhrc.org/files/iltgel_2008_en.pdf
DOL/ILAB 2005 Panama, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua ILO/IPEC Study on social tolerance towards CSEC (Estudio tolerancia social en la poblacion frente al comercio sexual con personas menores de edad) http://www.ilo.org/ipecinfo/product/viewProduct.do?productId=6640
DOL/ILAB 2005 Bangladesh ILO/IPEC Pilot Survey on National Level Estimation of CSEC. Ongoing activity, report to be available in 2009
DOL/ILAB 2005 Cameroon ILO/IPEC Situation of Child Trafficking in the Center, North Ouest and Littoral Provinces. Available from ILO
DOL/ILAB 2005 Madagascar ILO/IPEC Survey of Child Labor with module on trafficking of children. http://www.ilo.org/ipecinfo/product/viewProduct.do?productId=9350
DOL/ILAB 2005 Ivory Coast ILO/IPEC Child Labor Exploitation in the Displaced and Refugee Communities. French: Available from ILO/IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2005 Nigeria ILO/IPEC Child Trafficking in Asewele, Ondo State. French: Available from ILO/IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2005 Nigeria ILO/IPEC Occupational Health and Safety Survey of Trafficked Children in the Mines of Jos (Plateau State). French: Available from ILO/IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2005 Brazil ILO/IPEC Children Involved in Commercial Sexual Exploitation: A Rapid Assessment.* Available from ILO/IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2005 Ecuador ILO/IPEC Child Trafficking: A Rapid Assessment in Ecuador.* Available from ILO/IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2005 Mexico ILO/IPEC Study on the magnitude and characteristics of CSEC victims in three Mexican states.* Available from ILO/IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2005 Mozambique American Institutes for Research Study of child domestic workers in rural and urban areas, probes issue of child trafficking where possible.* Available from AIR
DOL/ILAB 2005 Mozambique American Institutes for Research Survey of prostituted children in Mozambique.*  
DOL/ILAB 2005 Global ILO/IPEC Manual on child labour rapid assessment methodology. Read Research
DOL/ILAB 2005 Global ILO/IPEC Synthesized report on selected rapid assessment and national reports on the worst forms of child labor. Available from ILO/IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2004 (continuation of earlier program) Brazil ILO/IPEC Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adolescents in Foz do Iguaçu (Exploração Sexual Comercial de Crianças e Adolescentes, Foz do Iguaçu) (2002).* Read research (Portuguese)
DOL/ILAB 2004 (continuation of earlier program) Brazil ILO/IPEC Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adolescents in Brazilian Legislation: Gaps and Recommendations (A exploração sexual comercial de crianças e adolescentes na legislação brasileira – lacunas e recomendações) (2002).* Read research (Portuguese)
DOL/ILAB 2004 (continuation of earlier program) Paraguay ILO/IPEC Legal Framework to Combat Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adolescents (Marco legal para confrontación de la explotación sexual comercial de niñas, niños y adolescentes) (2002).* Read research (Spanish)
DOL/ILAB 2004 (continuation of earlier program) Paraguay ILO/IPEC Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adolescents in Ciudad del Este (Explotación Sexual Comercial de Niñas y Adolescentes, Ciudad del Este) (2002).* Read research (Spanish)
DOL/ILAB 2004 Ivory Coast ILO/IPEC Situation of Child Trafficking in the Mining Sector. http://www.ilo.org/ipecinfo/product/viewProduct.do?productId=5176
DOL/ILAB 2004 Ivory Coast ILO/IPEC Situation of Child Trafficking in the Urban Informal Sector. http://www.ilo.org/ipecinfo/product/viewProduct.do?productId=5178
DOL/ILAB 2004 Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay ILO/IPEC Prevention and Withdrawal: Good Practices and Lessons Learned Related to the Prevention and Elimination of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Girls, Boys and Adolescents (2005).* Read research
DOL/ILAB 2004 Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay ILO/IPEC Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adolescents in Argentinian, Brazilian, and Paraguayan Legislation: Harmonization Alternatives for MERCOSUR (La explotación sexual comercial de niños, niñas y adolescentes en las legislaciones de Argentina, Brasil, Paraguay: Alternativas de armonización para el Mercosur) (2004).* Read research (Spanish)
DOL/ILAB 2004 Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Gabon, Mali, Nigeria, Togo ILO/IPEC Toward the Harmonization of Anti-Child Trafficking Laws in the National Legal Systems of West and Central Africa (Vers une harmonisation des systèmes juridiques nationaux en matière de lutte contre le trafic des enfants en Afrique de l'Ouest et du Centre) (2004).*  
DOL/ILAB 2004 Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Gabon, Mali, Nigeria, Togo ILO/IPEC Research on demand-side factors and the dynamics of the labor market in relation to child trafficking.* Available from ILO/IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2004 Brazil ILO/IPEC Law Enforcement in Brazil: Collection of Good Practices and Lessons Learned Related to the Prevention and Elimination of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Girls, Boys and Adolescents (2005).* Read research
DOL/ILAB 2004 Brazil, Paraguay ILO/IPEC Income Generation: Collection of Good Practices and Lessons Learned Related to the Prevention and Elimination of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Girls, Boys and Adolescents (2005).* Read research
DOL/ILAB 2004 Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, Peru ILO/IPEC Study on the demand for commercial sexual exploitation, and mapping of the supply in these four countries.* Read research (Spanish)
DOL/ILAB 2004 Colombia, Paraguay, Peru ILO/IPEC Study on the relationship between child domestic labor and CSEC in these three countries.* Available from ILO/IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2004 Dominican Republic ILO/IPEC Study of the causes, magnitude and mechanisms of trafficking in children for CSEC from the Dominican Republic to Europe.* Available from ILO/IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2004 Dominican Republic ILO/IPEC El Trabajo Infantil en la Legislación Dominicana: Recopilacion de normas nacionales y convenios internacionales que regulan el trabajo infantil. Read research (Spanish)
DOL/ILAB 2004 Dominican Republic ILO/IPEC Identification of Good Practices on countering CSEC.* Available from ILO/IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2004 Haiti, India, Ivory Coast, Togo Free the Slaves Physical and Mental Health Aspects of Rehabilitating Children Freed from Slavery. In Linking Theory and Practice. Read research
DOL/ILAB 2004 Global ILO/IPEC Manual on methodologies for using surveys to collect data on child labour, including trafficking. Read research
DOL/ILAB 2004 Global ILO/IPEC Lessons learned when investigating the worst forms of child labour using the rapid assessment methodology. Read research
DOL/ILAB 2003 Botswana ILO/IPEC A Rapid Assessment of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in Botswana. Available from ILO/IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2003 AF Region ILO/IPEC Children in worst forms of child labor (including trafficking) in South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, and Swaziland. Available from ILO/IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2003 Botswana ILO/IPEC A Rapid Assessment of Child Trafficking and Other Migration Related Child Labor in Botswana. Available from ILO/IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2003 Namibia ILO/IPEC A Rapid Assessment of Child Trafficking and Other Migration Related Child Labor in Namibia. Available from ILO/IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2003 Swaziland ILO/IPEC A Rapid Assessment of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in Swaziland. Available from ILO/IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2003 Swaziland ILO/IPEC A Rapid Assessment of Child Trafficking and Other Migration Related Child Labor in Swaziland. Finalised, available from ILO/IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2003 Indonesia ILO/IPEC Child Trafficking for Prostitution in Jakarta and West Java: A Rapid Assessment.* Available from ILO/IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2003 Indonesia ILO/IPEC Child Trafficking for Prostitution in Central Java, Yogyakarta and East Java: A Rapid Assessment.* Available from ILO/IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2003 Indonesia ILO/IPEC Children Involved in the Production, Sale and Distribution of Illicit Drugs in Jakarta: A Rapid Assessment.* Available from ILO/IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2003 South Africa ILO/IPEC Children in Commercial Sexual Exploitation: A Rapid Assessment.* Available from ILO/IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2003 South Africa ILO/IPEC Child Trafficking: A Rapid Assessment.* Available from ILO/IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2003 Global ILO/IPEC Ethical considerations when conducting research on children in the worst forms of child labour in Nepal. Read research
DOL/ILAB 2002 Cambodia World Education Best Practices handbook documenting the experiences of project partners in using education interventions to combat trafficking and CSEC.*  
DOL/ILAB 2002 Sri Lanka ILO/IPEC Pilot studies focused on developing a trafficking-specific child tracing methodology, being carried out within an ongoing project working to prevent and rehabilitate children involved in trafficking.* Available from ILO/IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2002 Brazil ILO Study to identify products made with forced labor in Brazil.* Available from the ILO
DOL/ILAB 2002 Dominican Republic ILO/IPEC Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Minors in Dominican Republic (Explotación sexual commercial de personas menores de edad en República Dominicana) (2002).* Read research (Spanish)
DOL/ILAB 2002 Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua ILO/IPEC Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adolescents in Guatemala (Explotación sexual commercial de personas niños, niñas y adolescentes en Guatemala) (2003).* Read research (Spanish)
DOL/ILAB 2002 Haiti, Niger, Ghana, Pakistan ILO/IPEC Le travail forcé des enfants: mécanismes et caractéristiques. Read research (French)
DOL/ILAB 2002 Honduras ILO/IPEC Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adolescents in Honduras (Explotación sexual commercial de personas niños, niñas y adolescentes en Honduras) (2002).* Read research (Spanish)
DOL/ILAB 2002 Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand ILO/IPEC The Use of Children in the Production, Sales and Trafficking of Drugs: Intervention Models (2004).*  
DOL/ILAB 2002 Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand ILO/IPEC The Use of Children in the Production, Sales and Trafficking of Drugs: A Synthesis of Participatory Action-Oriented Research Programs (2004).*  
DOL/ILAB 2002 Nicaragua ILO/IPEC Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adolescents in Nicaragua (Explotación sexual commercial de personas niños, niñas y adolescentes en Nicaragua) (2002).* Read research (Spanish)
DOL/ILAB 2002 Panama, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Belize ILO/IPEC Commercial Sexual Exploitation: Working papers, Reflections on Victim Assistance Programs (Explotación Sexual Comercial: Documentos de trabajo, reflexiones sobre programas de atención a víctimas) (2003).*  
DOL/ILAB 2002 Panama, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Belize ILO/IPEC Trafficking of Minors for Commercial Sexual Exploitation: topical bulletin, no. 2 (El tráfico de personas menores de edad con fines de explotación sexual comercial) (2003).* Read research (Spanish)
DOL/ILAB 2002 Panama, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatamala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Belize ILO/IPEC Basic Documentation of Information on the Problem of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adolescents (Documento básico de información sobre la problemática de la explotación sexual commercial de niños, niñas y adolescentes) (2005).* Read research (Spanish)
DOL/ILAB 2002 Nepal ILO/IPEC Internal Trafficking Among Children and Youth Enaged in Prostitution. Available from ILO / IPEC
DOL/ILAB 2002 Panama, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua ILO/IPEC Comercial Sexual Exploitation and Masculinity: A Qualitative Regional Study of Men in the General Population (Explotación sexual comercial y masculinidad: un estudio regional cualitativo con hombres de la población general) (2004).* Read research
DOL/ILAB 2001 Philippines ILO/IPEC Filipino Children in Prostitution: A Worst Form of Child Labor. Available from ILO/IPEC
DOS/GTIP 2008 Global Urban Institute Conduct Evaluatbility Assessment of select G/TIP anti-TIP programs. Examines the soundness of the project design, identifies promising practices, analyzes the potential for replication of activities, and assess the feasibility of conducting impact evaluations of selected projects.  
DOS/GTIP 2008 Global Westat, Inc Conduct Evaluability Assessment of select G/TIP anti-TIP programs. Examines the soundness of the project design, identifies promising practices, analyzes the potential for replication of activities, and assess the feasibility of conducting impact evaluations of selected projects.  
DOS/GTIP 2006 AF Region IOM Research on the trafficking of males between East Africa and the Horn to South Africa.  
DOS/GTIP 2006 Nepal Nepal Institute of Developmental Studies (Ganesh Gurung) Assessment of human trafficking and foreign employment of Nepalese citizens, documenting patterns of foreign employment to determine vulnerabilities of migrant workers and trafficking victims.  
DOS/GTIP 2006 Philippines Verite Research on male trafficking victims in the Philippines, particularly for agriculture, construction, and seafaring.  
DOS/GTIP 2006 Serbia Victimology Society of Serbia Research on male victims of trafficking including collection of data about its scope, manifestations, main channels, characteristics of victims, victimization risks, process and factors as well as about existing responses of both governmental and non-governmental organizations.  
DOS/GTIP 2005 US Prostitution Research & Education Prostitution and Trafficking in Nevada: Making the Connections.. http://www.prostitutionresearch.com/
DOS/GTIP 2005 SCA Region Harvard School of Public Health HIV Prevalence and Predictors of Infection in Sex Trafficked Nepalese Girls and Women. Available from the Journal of the American Medical Assoc. (08/01/07 Ed.) http://jama.ama-assn.org/
DOS/GTIP 2005 Global Syracuse Maxwell School Creation of a tool to monitor and evaluate anti-trafficking programs.  
DOS/GTIP 2005 Hungary Princeton University Assessment of police attitudes toward TIP in Hungary; development of an analytical framework for improving data collection on TIP.  
DOS/GTIP 2005 Global The Protection Project International Child Sex Tourism: Scope of the Problem and Comparative Case Studies. http://www.protectionproject.org/
DOS/GTIP 2004 Ecuador American Bar Association Country assessment of legal institutions and framework for dealing with TIP.*  
DOS/GTIP 2004 Global Shared Hope and The Protection Project Comparative legal analysis on child sex tourism and sex trafficking.* http://www.protectionproject.org/
DOS/GTIP 2004 Global University of Rhode Island, Dr. Donna Hughes Best practices to address the demand side of sex trafficking. Read research
DOS/GTIP 2004 India Balaji Pandey Study of bonded labor in India.  
DOS/GTIP 2004 Kenya Solidarity Center Survey on trafficking for labor exploitation.*  
DOS/GTIP 2004 Kyrgyz Republic Bakubat Compilation of marriage and divorce court statistics for information on bride kidnapping.*  
DOS/GTIP 2004 Morocco Ministry of Interior Support for the Ministry of Interior in developing reliable statistics on trafficking and smuggling and for producing periodic TIP reports.*  
DOS/GTIP 2004 Peru Capital Humana y Social Support for the creation of a statistical data collection system that will register and track cases of trafficking in Peru, facilitating the measurement of the problem and the effectiveness of efforts to combat it.  
DOS/GTIP 2004 Regional, Central America UNICEF Improvement of national data collection efforts and institutional capacity to share data regionally.*  
DOS/GTIP 2004 Vietnam Univ. of Iowa College of Law, Mark Sidel Legal analysis of the Vietnamese Labor Code.  
DOS/GTIP 2004 Yemen UNICEF Brief assessment of child trafficking in Northern Yemen.*  
DOS/GTIP 2003 Bangladesh OPDAT Maintenance of a TIP database by police.*  
DOS/GTIP 2003 Belize IOM Research on trafficking of adults.  
DOS/GTIP 2003 Global IOM Expansion of the IOM Counter-Trafficking Module (CTM) Database from a pilot program in the Balkan Region to a global database for management of case information gathered from all counter-trafficking activities conducted by IOM.  
DOS/GTIP 2003 Syria IOM Research study of TIP in Syria.  
DOS/GTIP 2003 Thailand RTG Development and maintenance of a national TIP database.*  
DOS/PRM 2005 Global IOM Data collection based on international TIP repatriations.  
DOS/PRM 2005 Mozambique / SADC region IOM Study on TIP routes between Mozambique and Southern Africa.  
DOS/PRM 2005 Regional IOM Exploratory assessment of TIP in the Caribbean Region. Read research
DOS/PRM 2004 Regional, Central America IOM Development of a database of migrant unaccompanied children, as well as family members seeking reunification with lost migrant children, in order to assist implementing partner Casa Alianza (Covenant House) in reuniting families and repatriating and reintegrating children.*  
HHS/ACF 2003 US Univ. of Rhode Island, Dr. Donna Hughes A practical guide to identifying trafficking victims in the U.S. Read research
HHS/ASPE 2006 US Caliber Associates Nine site visits to obtain qualitative information on how various health and human service programs are currently addressing the needs of human trafficking victims, including domestic victims, with a priority focus on domestic youth; to identify statutory, policy, programmatic, or any other barriers to providing comprehensive and effective services to this population, and provide useful information regarding "promising practices" in serving TIP victims. Select promising practices to improve health services to trafficking victims will be highlighted at a symposium on the health needs of TIP victims in September 2008. http://aspe.hhs.gov/hsp/07/humantrafficking/index.htm.
HSTC 2008 US n/a Desk research conducted to determine the links between human trafficking and countries participating in the US Visa Waiver Program.  
HSTC 2008 Europe and Russia n/a Eight site visits to obtain qualitative information on means and methods used by host country officials to recognize vicitms, employ preventive measures, protect victims, and determine investigative methodology.  
HSTC 2008 US n/a Spanish Translation of the HSTC Fact Sheet, Distinctions Between Human Smuggling and Human Trafficking.  
HSTC 2008 US n/a Special Report on the Basic Enforcement Tools in Human Trafficking Cases: This is a brief primer, guide or overview of the legal tools, statutes and laws that are available to DOJ attorneys, and law enforcement investigators, in human trafficking cases.  
HSTC 2008 Global n/a Special Report concerning U.S. Law Enforcement and Forced Child Labor enforcement. The purpose of this publication is to make a clear distinction between FCL investigations abroad and domestic TIP investigations and the corresponding approaches used for each. Recommendations are made which will bring the enforcement of FCL violations more closely aligned with the enforcement of TIP cases in the U.S.  
HSTC 2008 US n/a Published a special report titled Domestic Human Trafficking – An Internal Issue.This report focused on the trafficking of USC minors and highlighted the differences in how foreign victims are handled as opposed to U.S. citizens.  
HSTC 2007 US n/a Special Report to Congress on the Links Between Trafficking in Persons and Terrorism, specifically assessing links between the proceeds of trafficking and terrorist finance.  
HSTC 2006 US n/a Assessment of Trafficked Migrant Farm Labor.  
HSTC 2006 US n/a Guide explaining the differences and interrelationships between human smuggling and human trafficking. Understanding the basic principals outlined to assist law enforcement and others in identifying differences and legal issues relating to each of these crimes.  
HSTC 2006 Canada/US n/a US / Canada Binational Assessment of Trafficking in Persons.  
HSTC 2005 n/a n/a Factsheet of the differences and interrelationship between human smuggling and TIP.  
HSTC 2004 US n/a Report on instances and prosecution of trafficking in Florida, including recent efforts to combat TIP.  
HSTC 2004 US n/a Report on instances and prosecution of trafficking and sex tourism in the Northeast U.S., including recent efforts to combat TIP.  
Multiple HHS Health Agencies (e.g., NIH, DCD, HRSA, SAMHSA, AHRQ) 1972- 2009 Multiple Multiple Several HHS Agencies have funded a substantial number of research projects over the years addressing issues such as sexual and domestic violence, trauma and PTSD, subtance abuse and HIV/AIDS, and the interaction of these and other variables and chacteristics across different populations (e.g. youths, adults, men, women) and in different social environments (e.g. urban, rural, U.S. international). While not directly addressing human trafficking per se, this vast body of research can help inform about the social and medical consequences attendant to violence, trauma, abuse, etc. The computer retrieval of information on Scientific Projects (CRISP) is searchable biomedical database of the many projects looking into these issues. http://crisp.cit.nih.gov/
USAID 2007 Kosovo CRS Research study into the knowledge, attitudes, and perceptions of Kosovars about TIP.  
USAID 2004 Jamaica People's Action for Community Transformation in Jamaica Project to gather data on the extent of trafficking in Jamaica.* See dec.usaid.gov
USAID/AFR 2003 Democratic Republic of Congo International Rescue Committee Identification of the nature and extent of trafficking in persons by armed factions.* See dec.usaid.gov
USAID/ANE 2004 Regional, East Asia Development Alternatives, Inc. Mapping of TIP in Burma, Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Indonesia, and the Philippines.* See dec.usaid.gov
USAID/Benin 2005 Benin UNICEF Study of child trafficking in Benin. See dec.usaid.gov
USAID/E&E 2009 Regional Creative Associates International , Inc. and Aguirre Division of JBS International, Inc. Best Practices in Trafficking Prevention in Europe and Eurasia Available from DEC http://dec.usaid.gov. Doc id# PN-ADN-296
USAID/E&E 2008 Regional Creative Associates International , Inc. and Aguirre Division of JBS International, Inc. Best Practices for Programming to Protect and Assist Victims of Trafficking in Europe and Eurasia Available from DEC http://dec.usaid.gov. Doc id# PN-ADN-295
USAID/E&E 2008 Regional Creative Associates International, Inc. and the Aguirre Division of JBS International, Inc. Methods and Models for Mixing Services for Victims of Domestic Violence and Trafficking in Persons in Europe and Eurasia Available from DEC http://dec.usaid.gov. Doc id# PN-ADN-297
USAID/E&E 2007 EUR Region International Centre for Migration Policy Development Listening to Victims: Experiences of Identification, Return and Assistance in Southeastern Europe.  
USAID/E&E 2007 EUR /Eurasia Creative Associates International Examining the Intersection Between Trafficking in Persons and Domestic Violence.  
USAID/E&E 2003 Georgia MSI Rapid appraisal of trafficking in Georgia. See dec.usaid.gov
USAID/E&E 2003 Uzbekistan IOM Assessment of trafficking in Uzbekistan.* See dec.usaid.gov
USAID/Egypt 2007 Egypt Chemonics International Anti-Trafficking Assessment in Egypt. Read research
USAID/LAC 2004 Peru Human and Social Capital Design of a database to register and track TIP cases; database will make it possible to measure the extent of TIP in Peru, the characteristics of the problem, and the effectiveness of anti-TIP efforts. See dec.usaid.gov
USAID/LAC 2003 Bolivia OAS/Inter-American Commission of Women Research on the social, legal, economic, and cultural aspects of TIP in Bolivia, as well as the government's response.* Read research (Spanish)
USAID/LAC 2003 Mexico OAS/Inter-American Commission of Women Research on the social, legal, economic, and cultural aspects of TIP in Mexico, as well as the government's response.* See dec.usaid.gov
USAID/RDMA 2009 Thailand, China, India, Japan, Philipines, Cambodia MTV Europe Foundation MTV Exit Program Evaluation  
USAID/Ukraine 2006 EUR Region IOM/Nebraska Estimating the Extent of Out-Migration Human Trafficking in 5 Eastern European Countries (Ukraine, Moldova, Romania, Belarus, and Bulgaria). Available from IOM
USAID/UKRAINE 2003 Ukraine Winrock International Detailed description of a trafficking prevention project in Ukraine, 1998-2004. Read research
USAID/UKRAINE 2003 Ukraine Winrock International Practical guide to helping survivors of human trafficking. Read research
USAID/WID 2009 Namibia Chemonics International Country Human Trafficking Assessment  
USAID/WID 2009 Vietnam Chemonics International Country Human Trafficking Assessment  
USAID/WID 2009 Global Chemonics International A review of USAID's monitoring and evaluation efforts in its anti-trafficking activities.  
USAID/WID 2009 Global Chemonics International Literature Review citing the link between gender-based violence and human trafficking Read
USAID/WID 2009 Regional Chemonics International Synthesis of USAID Anti-Trafficking Programs in Asia  
USAID/WID 2008 Global Chemonics International Synthesis of USAID Anti-Trafficking Programs over the past 7 yrs http://www.usaid.gov/our_work/cross-cutting_programs/wid/pubs/Combatting_TIP_21st_Century.pdf
USAID/WID 2007 Global Chemonics International The Rehabilitation of Victims of Trafficking in Group Residential Facilities in Foreign Countries: A Study Conducted Pursuant to the Trafficking Victim Protection
Reauthorization Act, 2005.
Read research
USAID/WID 2007 Global Chemonics International Literature Review: The Rehabilitation of Victims of Trafficking in Group Residential Facilitites in Foreign Countries. Read research
USAID/WID 2007 Regional - Latin America and Caribbean Chemonics International USAID Anti-Trafficking Assessments in Latin America and the Caribbean: a Synthesis and Analysis. Read research
USAID/WID 2007 AF Region Chemonics International USAID Anti-Trafficking in Persons Programs in Africa: A Review. See dec.usaid.gov
USAID/WID 2007 Zambia Chemonics International Framework and Draft Legislation to Combat Human Trafficking in Zambia: Development of an Effective National Policy. See dec.usaid.gov
USAID/WID 2006 Global Chemonics International Literature Review: Trafficking in Humanitarian Emergencies. Read research
USAID/WID 2006 Global Chemonics International Literature Review: Trafficking in Post-Conflict Situations. Read research
USAID/WID 2006 Cambodia Chemonics International International Justice Mission: Anti-Trafficking Program in Cambodia - Assessment. Read research
USAID/WID 2006 Albania Chemonics International Anti-trafficking evaluation in Albania. Read research
USAID/WID 2006 Dominican Republic Chemonics International Anti-trafficking assessment in the Dominican Republic. See dec.usaid.gov
USAID/WID 2006 Ecuador Chemonics International Anti-trafficking assessment in Ecuador. See dec.usaid.gov
USAID/WID 2006 Indonesia Chemonics International Analysis of U.S. Government funded anti-trafficking activities in Indonesia. See dec.usaid.gov
USAID/WID 2006 Nicaragua Chemonics International Anti-Trafficking Assessment in Nicaragua. See dec.usaid.gov
USAID/WID 2005 Guatemala Chemonics International Review of anti-trafficking activities in Guatemala. Read research
USAID/WID 2005 Jamaica Chemonics International Anti-trafficking assessment in Jamaica. Read research
USAID/WID 2005 Nigeria Chemonics International Anti-trafficking assessment in Nigeria. Read research
USAID/WID 2004 Regional, Europe and Eurasia Development Alternatives, Inc. Study on best practices in programs to prevent trafficking in persons in Europe and Eurasia. Read research
USAID/WID 2004 Global Development Alternatives, Inc. Literature review and analysis related to human trafficking in post-conflict situations. Read research
USAID/WID 2004 Latin America Regional Development Alternatives, Inc. Literature review of trafficking in persons in Latin America and the Caribbean. Read research
USAID/WID 2004 Liberia Development Alternatives, Inc. Assessment of the situation of women and children combatants in Liberia's post-conflict period and recommendations for successful integration. Read research
USAID/WID 2004 Senegal Development Alternatives, Inc. Study on the practice of trafficking in persons in Senegal. See dec.usaid.gov
USAID/WID 2004 Serbia and Montenegro Chemonics International Anti-trafficking assessment in Serbia and Montenegro. Read research
USAID/WID 2002 Moldova Development Alternatives, Inc. Assessment of gaps in anti-trafficking activities in Moldova, as well as recommendations for improvement. Read research
USAID/WID 2002 Ukraine Development Alternatives, Inc. Assessment of the anti-trafficking effects of an economic-empowerment project in the Ukraine. Read research
*Research was conducted as a component of a larger anti-trafficking project.



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