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It consists of a reader friendly booklet, contact sheets to note important local contact points for the referral of cases and victims, leaflets with Dos and Don'ts and posters.
The materials shall help first responders to adequately deal with trafficking in persons cases. The need for easy-to-use information available to all law enforcement officers has been identified by many practitioners in different regions of the world.
The First Aid Kit has been released both electronically and as a carrying case. Read more and download the full package of the First Aid Kit here. Victim Translation Assistance Tool - Life support messages for victims of human trafficking VITA is a unique new tool using audio messages, that allows law enforcement officials to provide a level of basic assistance to victims of human trafficking.
Human trafficking survivors contributed to the development of these messages, which were also supported by experts in human trafficking focused on victims' needs.
This audio tool, consisting of key encounter messages, was developed to facilitate the identification of a trafficked person and the launch of a criminal investigation.
Thirty-five basic questions and messages have been recorded and translated into 40 languages, taking into account special questions for children.
Read more about the Vita Tool and download it here. Arabic - English - French coming soon - Russian - Spanish The Toolkit to Combat Smuggling of Migrants provides guidance, showcases promising practices, and recommends resources to assist policy makers, law enforcers, judges, prosecutors, and members of civil society in their efforts to prevent migrant smuggling, protect smuggled migrants and their rights, and cooperate to these ends.
The Toolkit is comprised of tools on understanding migrant smuggling, actors and processes, international legal framework, problem assessment and strategy development, legislative framework, international criminal justice cooperation, law enforcement and prosecution, protection and assistance measures, prevention and capacity building and training.
The Toolkit is divided in thematic areas addressed by the following Tools: Tool 1- Understanding the smuggling of migrants Tool 2- Actors and processes in the smuggling of migrants Tool 3- International legal framework Tool 4- Problem assessment and strategy development Tool 5- Legislative framework Tool 6- International criminal justice cooperation Tool 7- Law enforcement and prosecution Tool 8- Protection and assistance measures Tool 9- Prevention of the smuggling of migrants Tool Capacity-building and training Read more about the Toolkit here.
The main objective of the toolkit is to guide the assessors in gathering and analyzing information pertaining to a country's criminal justice response to human trafficking. More specifically, it aims to assist governments, the civil society, the international community and other relevant actors to conduct a comprehensive or specific assessment of selected aspects of a country's criminal justice response to trafficking in persons.
The toolkit contains a number of components that are crucial for curtailing the crime of trafficking in persons and provides sufficient flexibility to be used for assessments both in places where a solid infrastructure for combating trafficking in persons exists and in places with few or no such measures.
Read more about the Needs Assessment Toolkit here. It aims to facilitate the amendment of existing legislation as well as the adoption of new legislation.
The Model Law covers not only the criminalization of trafficking in persons and related offences, but also the different aspects of assistance to victims as well as establishing cooperation between different state authorities and NGOs.
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