Freedom of movement for victims of trafficking
Throughout the ASEAN region, victims of trafficking often find themselves in some form of detention.
Lessons from COVID-19 in responding to trafficking in persons in times of crisis
To better understand the impact of COVID-19 on human trafficking and responses to it in the Philippines, ASEAN-Australia Counter Trafficking convened two online roundtable consultations with key stakeholders.
Situation analysis by ASEAN-ACT
As part of ASEAN-ACT's update to its' 2020 Annual Work Plan, the program consulted with its partners to analyse the trafficking in persons operating environment across ASEAN and how COVID-19 had and will change each country's response to counter trafficking in persons.
Understanding the ACTIP, with HE Wanchai Roujanavong
How well do you know the ASEAN Convention against Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children (ACTIP)? Conversations with Chem has been created to support ASEAN Member States further understand this regional instrument to combat human trafficking. In this episode, Chem explores gender equality and social inclusion with His Excellency Wanchai Roujanavong, Thailand's representative to the ASEAN Commission on the Promotion and Rights of Women and Children.
UNODC Special Event on “Doing Better: the Principle of Non-Punishment of Trafficking Victims & Investigations of Migrant Smuggling”
The Special Event on “Doing Better: the Principle of Non-Punishment of Trafficking Victims & Investigations of Migrant Smuggling”, organized by UNODC’s Human Trafficking and Migrant Smuggling Section, focused on two essential topics related to trafficking in persons and the smuggling of migrants on 28 June 2022 in hybrid format.
Vietnam Trafficking in Persons Journal 2021
The Vietnam Trafficking in Persons Journal 2021 was prepared by the Hanoi Procuratorate University with contributions from national and regional experts in the field, and supported by the ASEAN-Australia Counter Trafficking program.
Vulnerability, human trafficking and COVID-19
COVID-19 does not discriminate, however those most a risk of contracting COVID-19 are the most vulnerable. This paper includes good responses from ASEAN Member States and provides policy recommendations to ensure those vulnerable to trafficking are protected.