Annual TIP Reports

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Title2021 Trafficking in Persons Report 

Source: US Department of State

Year: June 2021

Summary: The 2021 Trafficking in Persons report specifically addresses the relationship between the global pandemic and human trafficking, including how the pandemic affected anti-trafficking efforts. The types of trafficking are defined and described and the relationship between technology and trafficking is discussed.

Title: Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report 20th Edition

Source: US Department of State

Year: June 2020

Summary: The US Department of States’ annual Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report serves as a critical resource and guide for global governments, NGOs, activists, researchers, and individuals on how to adequately address the threat of human trafficking and appropriately support survivors. The 2020 TIP Report covers a range of prevalent trends and topics highly relevant to anti-trafficking efforts such as trafficking’s intersection with addiction, trauma bonding, healthcare for survivors, and the trafficking of athletes.

 

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