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Type of document: Paper
Topic: Methodology- Research methods
Language: English
Date of publication: July 03
Long Abstract: This article examines why producing reliable data on trafficking has proven so difficult and suggests various measures that could be taken to improve such data. In particular, this article argues that better use could be made of data emerging from the growing number of counter-trafficking programs. For example, many of the agencies that currently provide assistance to victims of trafficking around the world collect a great deal of information about trafficking, but relatively few of these agencies analyze the information they collect in a systematic fashion. The IOM Counter-Trafficking Module (CTM) has developed a database to facilitate the management of information gathered from all IOM Counter-Trafficking and Return and Reintegration programs. It aims to strengthen both research capacity an understanding of the causes, processes, trends, and consequences of trafficking, thus enabling IOM to better target its counter-trafficking policies and programs.
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