‘Abuse of a position of vulnerability’ as a means of trafficking in persons
This Guidance Note is offered to criminal justice practitioners across the ASEAN region, to support their interpretation and application of 'abuse of a position of vulnerability' as a means of trafficking in persons. ASEAN-ACT supported the design of this document with the permission of UNODC, and did not alter the original content of the document as developed by UNODC.
Blood Bricks: untold stories of modern slavery and climate change from Cambodia
Blood Bricks is a research project (2017-2019) undertaken by Royal Holloway, University of London, and funded by the UK Economic and Social Research Council and Department for International Development (ESRC-DFID) Development Frontiers Research Fund.
Indonesian Trafficking in Persons Cases. An Analysis of 2019-2021 Court Decisions
Philippines: A case on successful prosecution of a trafficking in persons case without a victim testimony
The Supreme Court of the Philippines published a landmark case demonstrating the successful prosecution of a trafficking in persons case without a victim testimony.
Trafficking victim protection in ASEAN
A study on the implementation of the ASEAN Convention against Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children, in seven ASEAN member states.