Gaatw is looking to recruit a:
Senior Programme Officer Research and Training
Petra Ostergren at Lund University has developed a new typology for assessing, evaluating and comparing prostitution policies. The 10th DemandAT working paper 'From Zero-Tolerance to Full Integration: Rethinking Prostitution Policies' is available here.
We are delighted to publish the 9th DemandAT working paper: 'Learning from Demand-Side Campaigns Against Trafficking in Human Beings: Evaluation as knowledge-generator and project-improver' by Norbert Cyrus and Dita Vogel, University of Bremen. See further here
The DemandAT project included research on the impact of demand-side campaigns to tackle human trafficking. In the course of this work we discovered a surprising lack of evaluation of anti-trafficking campaigns. Working together with stakeholders the project has produced this manual to assist stakeholders in designing campaigns.
The DemandAT final conference is on May 10th 2017, 9:30-16:30.
Brussels, The International Auditorium, Boulevard du Roi II, 5- Auditorium
More information is available here. Please register here.
We are very pleased to announce the publication of a new working paper that maps initiatives around human trafficking related to the global production of goods. The paper is available here.
The Journal Anti Trafficking Review has published a Special Issue exploring the role of evidence, research and data in anti-trafficking work. Issue No 8 (2017) Where is the evidence? brings together material from several countries to discuss how evidence is used in policy formation to combat trafficking.
A seventh DemandAT working paper 'Addressing the demand-side of trafficking in the domestic work sector: main findings at European level' has been published this December with an accompanying Policy Brief.