List of searcheable databases


Topic: Children/General
UNICEF'Innocenti research Centre Research Hub web site
This site is hosted by the UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre.
It is dedicated to data collection, knowledge transfer and the development
of methodologies related to research on child trafficking
The Database contains news, documents,researches and a directory of experts.


Topic: Quantitative data
UNESCO houses a database that is organized according to origin,
transfer and destination countries, gender and age of trafficking
victims, type of exploitation/trafficking, as well as key numbers
and statistics. The database focuses primarily on trafficking in
Asia, but information on Europe, North America, and the Middle
East is available as well.


Topic: Legal - Organized Crime
UNODC hosts a library collection of official documents, bulletins,
studies, and press releases from UNODC and other international
(mainly UN) organizations. Available information is largely connected
to organized crime and narcotics-related issues.


Topic: Children/General

Search UNICEF's global site for press releases, official reports,
studies, conventions and protocols related to child trafficking.
Country-specific and issue-specific information is available for
every region in the world.


Topic:General - Children
Save the Children hosts a database which covers child trafficking
publications and studies in Europe under the ENACT project (European
Network Against Child Trafficking). The search engine is organized
according to types of documents,and to specific European countries,
as well as to the requested language of the document—English, French,
Italian or Spanish.


Topic: Law - Country reports
The Protection Project provides information concerning trafficking in
persons, particularly women and children, with a focus on national and
international laws, case law, and implications of trafficking on U.S. and
international foreign policy. Information may be searched according to
country, and the database also includes a collection of laws, comprehensive
legal charts, maps of international trafficking routes, victims' stories,
and news updates on various issues related to trafficking.


Topic: Women
Q Web's overall aim is to promote women's health and equal rights
The operational aims are to document projects on women's empowerment
and health in Sweden and world-wide with focus on developing countries
Q Web is the National Focal Points in Gender Awareness Information and
Networking System (GAINS) which is a program of United Nations International
Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women (INSTRAW).
A specific section is dedicated to trafficking

Topic: General
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The Polaris Project provides a database of a variety of information
sources (news articles, journal articles, reports, books, court cases,
legislation, multimedia, and websites), which are relevant to trafficking
in human beings in general. Specific searches can be made by indicating
the type of information requested, the country about which information is
requested, as well as specific languages in which information is reported.


Topic: General
Terre des Hommes offers a comprehensive on-line library of relevant
media from a variety of sources—mainly NGOs—including films,
documentaries, news releases, research studies, and reports. Documents
may be searched according to the library catalog, or may be searched
through an open search engine.


Topic: General - Trafficking
Google Scholar enables you to search specifically for scholarly literature,
including peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, preprints, abstracts and technical
reports from all broad areas of research. Use Google Scholar to find articles
from a wide variety of academic publishers, professional societies,
preprint repositories and universities, as well as scholarly articles
available across the web.


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