On this page you will find resources & links related to Human Trafficking for all persons looking for more information.
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Reports on Human Trafficking
Trafficking in Persons in Canada Report
Report issued by Statistics Canada, outlining the most up-to-date trends and statistics in Canada from 2009-2016 on Human Trafficking. This report was released on June 27, 2018.
This publication is also available in French, please click here to access.
National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking
This report outlines the proposed strategies that the Government of Canada has put in place to better support organizations providing assistance to victims and helps to protect foreign nationals, including young female immigrants who arrive in Canada alone, from being subjected to illegitimate or unsafe work.
Global Report on Trafficking in Persons
This report was conducted by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) to offer a view of the available information on the world’s response to human trafficking. They gathered information from 155 countries and territories including Canada. To find the information on Canada’s developments go to page 132.
Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking
Outlines each article related to preventing, suppressing and punishing trafficked persons, especially women and children, with regards to the Unite Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime.
Human Trafficking In Canada (2010 Unclassified)
This report was prepared by the RCMP for Project SECLUSION, but serves as a starting point for identifying human trafficking activities that affect Canada in both the transnational and domestic perspective. Data in this report was retrieved between the years of 2005-2009.
Ending Sex-Trafficking In Canada – NTF Report 2014
This report was developed by the National Task Force on Sex Trafficking of Women and Girls in Canada, to investigate the nature and extent of sex trafficking in Canada.