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Overview: Trafficking and Demand
Studies by Sector
International Centre for Migration Policy Development
University of Bremen
University of Edinburgh
La Strada International
University of Durham
European University Institute
Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces
La Strada Czech Republic
Stakeholder Advisory Board
Will the new ILO Protocol and Recommendation make a difference?
DemandAT Final Conference: demand-side measures against trafficking
OSCE Conference, 7-8 September, Berlin
Stakeholder Workshop: Trafficking in human beings for the purpose of labour exploitation: Addressing demand
Trafficking for Severe Labour Exploitation in Europe: Addressing Demand
TRACE Workshop: Policy Implications of Future Trends in Human Trafficking
ITC ILO training: Decent Work for Domestic Workers, Turin, 25-29 April
DemandAT Project Workshop in EUI Fiesole, 11-13 November 2015
Addressing demand? DemandAT Stakeholder Workshop, Brussels
Addressing Forced labour in Supply Chains: Tales from the ground and around the world
Bremen Meeting, September 2014
Vienna Meeting, February 2014
Final DemandAT Conference: Conclusions from a European policy perspective
The Politics of Evidence, Research and Data in Anti-Trafficking Work – new issue of the Anti-Trafficking Review
What role security sector can play in dealing with demand or being involved in tackling the demand side of human trafficking?
Why impact matters: a commentary on the DemandAT policy brief on the prevention of exploitation and trafficking in the sex work
Domestic servitude: what drives trafficking within the family home?
Learning from demand-side campaigns
Future Priorities: ICMPD blogs for EU Anti-Trafficking Day
Trafficking and Supply Chains: Risk and Responsibility
Looking at the Inspectors: Addressing labour exploitation
Can Awareness-Raising Prevent Exploitation?
Better anti-trafficking policies? The potential of demand-side measures
Is Turkey a safe third country? And why did we get there in the first place?
UN Special Rapporteur's comments on the the use of Demand in THB
DemandAT researchers meet in Florence
Taking care of business
Outlawing Exploitation: Recent developments in law-making in Germany
Trafficking in Domestic Work
Addressing forced labour in fragmented chains of production
Framing the debate: we need to understand sex trafficking and exploitation better
Selective Attention in Human Trafficking?
Update: Second DemandAT Project Meeting
Awareness Is Not Enough
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