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Global Report on TIP

Global Report on TIP

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This report was produced in the Policy Analysis and Research Branch of UNODC, under the supervision of Sandeep Chawla, Angela Me (Statistics and Surveys Section) and Thibault le Pichon (Studies and Threat Analysis Section).
Field research:
Kendra Spangler and Rogelio Quintero (Data collection and research for Mexico, Central America and theCaribbean); Marina Oliveria and Adriana Maia (Data collection and research for South America); ThiernoGueye and Olatunde Olayemi (Data collection and research for West and Central Africa); Nihal Fahmy andShereen Soliman (Data collection and research for North Africa and the Middle East); Sarah Simons (Datacollection and research for East Africa); Carol Allais (Data collection and research for Southern Africa);Hayder Mili and Cheryl Brooks (Data collection and research for Eastern Europe, Central Asia and Afghani-stan); Deepika Naruka and Marie Erickson (Data collection and research for South Asia); Alexia Taveau (Datacollection and research for East Asia and the Pacific); and Kauko Aromaa, Anniina Jokinen, Martti Lehti,Elina Ruuskanen, Terhi Viljanen and Minna Viuhko from HEUNI (Data collection and research for Westernand Central Europe, Canada and United States of America).Particular appreciation and gratitude go to the UNODC Field Offices Representatives and staff for the sup-port they provided during the data collection phase.
Research coordination and report preparation:
Fabrizio Sarrica (Lead researcher, data collection coordination, data analysis and global overview), Michael Jandl (Consultant, data analysis and coordination) and Cristiano Borneto (Intern, data entry). Anja Korenblik (Programme and publication management), Shannon Brown (Contractor, language editing),Suzanne Kunnen (design and desktop publishing) and Kristina Kuttnig (design and desktop publishing).The support and inputs of Anna Alvazzi del Frate, Philip Davis, Theodore Leggett, Steven Malby and Wolfgang Rhomberg are also gratefully acknowledged, as well as the contributions from other colleagues inthe UN.GIFT Secretariat at UNODC, the Anti-Human Trafficking and Migrant Smuggling Unit of UNODCand the Organized Crime and Criminal Justice Section of UNODC.UNODC reiterates its appreciation and gratitude to Member States for the reports and the information thatprovided the basis for this publication, as well as to the International Labour Organization (ILO), the Inter-national Organization for Migration (IOM) and the many non-governmental organizations around the world which kindly shared their information with UNODC.UNODC would also like to thank UN.GIFT and the United Arab Emirates for the financial support providedfor the preparation and publication of this report.Coverphoto: © UNICEF
This report has been produced without formalediting.The designations employed and the presentationof the material in this publication do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on thepart of the Secretariat of the United Nationsconcerning the legal status of any country, terri-tory, city or area of its authorities, or concerningthe delimitation of its frontiers and boundaries.Countries and areas are referred to by the namesthat were in official use at the time the relevantdata were collected.The following abbreviations have been usedin this report:
Commonwealth of Independent States
United Nations Surveys of CrimeTrends and Operations of Criminal Justice Systems
Economic Community of Central African States
Economic Community of West African States
Federal Bureau of Investigation
European Institute for CrimePrevention and Control
International Labour Organization
International Criminal PoliceOrganization
International Organization forMigration
Middle East and Nord Africa
Non-governmental Organization
Organization for Security andCo-operation in Europe
Trafficking in Persons(Human Trafficking and Traffickingin Human Beings are also used)
United Nations Global Initiativeto Fight Human Trafficking
United Arab Emirates
United Nations Children's Fund
United Nations Office on Drugsand CrimeIn the report the terms children, boys and girlsrefer to people under 18 years old, and the termsadults, men and women refer to persons who are18 years old or above.
Explanatory notes

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