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2 Cover back
	Phone: (202) 663-5896
	Fax: (202) 663-5899
	Email: [email protected]
	Website:  www.protectionproject.org
	Photos by Mr. Joshua J. Amrani, Ms. Sucheta Das, Mr. Mohammad Rakibul Hasan,
	Mr. Mário Macilau, and Mr. Gautam Pandey
3 Title Page
4 Title Page back
5 Table of Contents first page
6 Table of Contents second page
7 Introduction
	Introduction
	Dr. Mohamed Mattar
8 Introduction back
9 Tier Placement Cover
10 Tier Placement Cover back
11 Tier Placement Graph
12 1a Tier Placement Map
13 Tier Placement Graph 2
14 1b Movements in Tier Placement Map
15 Tier Movements Graph
16 Blank Labor Trafficking
17 Labor Trafficking Cover
18 2a_Occurence and Routes of Forced Labor Map
19 2a Forced Labor
20 2b_ Occurence and Routes of Child Labor Map
21 2b Child Forced Labor
22 2c Child Soldiers Map
23 2c ChildSoldiers
24 2d Domestic Servitude
25 2d Domestic Servitude
26 2e Forced Begging Map
27 2e Forced Begging
28 2f Debt Bondage Map
29 2f DebtBondage
30 Blank Sex Trafficking
31 Sex Trafficking Cover
32 3a Occurence and Routes of Commercial Sexual Exploitation Map
33 3a Occurences and Routes of Commercial Sexual Exploitation
34 3b Occurence and Routes of Commercial Sexual Exploitation Map
35 3b_Commerical Child Sex
36 3c Occurrence and Routes of Child Sex Tourism Map
37 3c Child Sex Tourism
38 3d Forced Marriage Map
39 3d Forced Marriage
40 Blank Contributing Factors
41 Contributing Factors Cover
42 4a Profile of Trafficker Involvement of Crime Map
43 4a Profile of Trafficker
44 4a Profile of Trafficker Private Sector Involvement
45 4a Profile of Trafficker Community Involvement
46 4b Technology in Trafficking Map
47 4b Technology and Trafficking in Persons
48 4c Religion and Trafficking in Persons Map
49 4c Religion and Trafficking in Persons
50 4d Corruption Map
51 4d Corruption
52 Blank Government Responses
53 Government Responses Cover
54 5a Anti-Trafficking Legislation Map
55 5a Anti-Trafficking Legislation
56 5b Residency Status for Victims of Trafficking Map
57 5b Residency Status
58 5c Existence of Monitoring and Reporting Mechanisms Map
59 5c Monitoring Reporting Mechanisms
60 5d National Plans of Action Map
61 5d National Plans of Action
62 5e Training of Peacekeeping Forces Map
63 5e Training of Peacekeeping Forces
64 5f Use of Technology to Fight Trafficking Map
65 5f_Technology to Combat Trafficking
66 5g Demand Reduction Programs Map
67 5g Demand Reduction Programs
68 5h International Cooperation Map
69 5h International Cooperation
70 5i Victims Right to Compensation Map
71 5i VictimsRighttoCompensation
72 5j Government Provision of Legal Aid Map
73 5j Governments Provision Of Legal Aid
74 5k Victim Identification System Map
75 5k Victim Identification System
76 5l Non-Punishment Laws Map
77 5l NonPunishment Laws
78 Blank Role of NGOs
79 Role of NGOs Cover
80 6a Academic Map
81 6a Trafficking in Persons in Academic Curricula
82 6b Shelters Map
83 6b Provision of Shelter
84 6c Cooperation NGOs and Gov Map
85 6c NGO Government Cooperation
86 6d Private Sector Map
87 6d Private Sector
88 6e Use of Religion to Combat Trafficking Map
89 6e Combat Trafficking Religion
90 6f Use of Media to Combat Trafficking in Persons
91 6f Media Combat Trafficking
92 Blank Appendix
93 Appendix Cover
                        
Document Text Contents
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THE PROTECTION PROJECT REVIEW OF THE
TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS REPORT

JULY 2012

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The Protection Project
The Johns Hopkins University
The Paul H. Nitze School
Of Advanced International Studies
1717 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., Ste. 501
Washington, D.C. 20036

Phone: (202) 663-5896
Fax: (202) 663-5899
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.protectionproject.org

Photos by Mr. Joshua J. Amrani, Ms. Sucheta Das, Mr. Mohammad Rakibul Hasan,
Mr. Mário Macilau, and Mr. Gautam Pandey

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5.f. Use of Technology to Combat Trafficking in Persons

The 2012 TIP Report identifies 108 countries that use technology to combat trafficking in
persons, while 78 do not utilize this resource to combat human trafficking.

The following chart categorizes the types of technology used by countries to combat
trafficking in persons. Resources include websites, databases, hotlines, radio, and
television, among others. For example, the Austrian government’s anti-trafficking
police force uses a database to track when local law enforcement arrests a child for
prostitution in order to check for indications of trafficking. A common practice is to
facilitate a telephone hotline for the instant reporting of incidents of trafficking and for
victim support. Each category was analyzed individually, so the multiple listing of
countries is possible.



108

78

Countries that report the
use of technology to
combat trafficking

Countries that do not report
of the use of technology to
combat trafficking

65

62

15
Radio, TV, and/or Public
Service Announcements

Telephone Hotlines

Websites

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CONTACT INFORMATION

All information, maps, and charts in this report are copyright protected. You may
quote, cite, reproduce, or publish any of this information with permission of The
Protection Project. For all inquiries and information, please write to:

Julia Braunmiller
Director of Legal Affairs
The Protection Project
The Johns Hopkins University SAIS
1717 Massachusetts Ave., Ste. 506
Washington, D.C. 20036
T: 202 663 5939
F: 202 663 5899
[email protected]

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