Partnership Hub – ASEAN Member States
Online resources to support counter-trafficking in persons responses in Southeast Asia
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Open Dialogue: How does the political economy of countries in Southeast Asia make migrants vulnerable to human trafficking?
Labour migrants’ vulnerability to human trafficking and labour exploitation in Southeast Asia: An analysis of Cambodia
Wage theft and forced labour among migrant workers in Southeast Asia: Impact of COVID-19 and policy responses
This report provides the linkages between wage theft and forced labour in labour migration within ASEAN, and the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on this phenomenon.
ASEAN Convention Against Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children
This animation provides an overview of the ASEAN Convention Against Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children (ACTIP).
Bohol TIP Work Plan 2.0
The ASEAN Multi-Sectoral Work Plan Against TIP 2023-2028 (Bohol TIP Work Plan 2.0) has been developed by SOMTC and relevant ASEAN Sectoral Bodies under the leadership of SOMTC Philippines, with support from ASEAN-ACT, through a series of consultation meetings in 2022. The draft was reviewed and considered by SOMTC and relevant ASEAN Sectoral Bodies from January to July 2023 and then submitted for adoption by the ASEAN Ministerial Meeting on Transnational Crime (AMMTC). AMMTC adopted the Bohol TIP Work Plan 2.0 on 21 August 2023
Roles of CSOs in the protection of migrant fishers
In this episode, we discussed the importance of the ASEAN Declaration on The Placement and Protection of Migrant Fishers and how it can improve existing regional mechanisms to protect migrant fishers from the danger of trafficking and other crimes.
Labour migrants’ vulnerability to human trafficking and labour exploitation in Southeast Asia: An analysis of Laos
COVID-19 does not discriminate, however those most at risk of contracting COVID-19 are the most vulnerable
Visit our interactive paper which outlines ASEAN Member States responses and policy recommendations to ensure those vulnerable to trafficking are protected.
Join our panel of experts as we discuss a range of topics on counter trafficking in persons, with a focus on victim protection and assistance under the current health crisis.