Trafficking in your country – 2011 TIP Report

This week the U.S. Department of State released their 2011 Trafficking In Persons (TIP) report.

What can you use the TIP for? 

The TIP is a good resource for trafficking information in countries all over the world. The 2011 report there are 184 countries listed and ranked. If you want to know about trafficking in your own country or somewhere you are travelling to you can read individual Country Narratives which include sections on

  • General overview
  • Recommendations
  • Prosecution information
  • Protection information
  • Prevention information

This is also a great resource for students conducting research on human trafficking.

Is your country included in the report? What are your thoughts on their conclusions and recommendations?

You can check out country narratives and additional documents on the
***Documents are available in English, Chinese, French, Russian, Spanish, Arabic, Persian***

One thought on “Trafficking in your country – 2011 TIP Report

  1. ..In its 2010 human trafficking released June 15 the placed the Philippines in the indicating that the country does not fully comply with the Trafficking Victims Protection Act s TVPA minimum standards but are making significant efforts to bring themselves into compliance with those standards. The Philippines remains on for the second consecutive year… .. The Philippines is a source country and to a much lesser extent a destination and transit country for men women and children who are subjected to trafficking in persons specifically forced prostitution and forced labor the report s said… ..Within the country individuals were trafficked from rural areas to urban centers including Angeles City and increasingly cities in …

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