Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of the Prostitution of Others (1949)
The Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of the Prostitution of Others supersedes a number of earlier conventions that covered some aspects of forced prostitution. Signatories are charged with three obligations under the 1949 Convention: prohibition of trafficking, specific administrative and enforcement measures, and social measures aimed at trafficked persons.
Our Lives. Vulnerability and Resilience Among Indonesian Trafficking Victims
This report presents the experiences of Indonesian survivors of trafficking and their family members in the effort to promote greater understanding and sensitivity in anti-trafficking programs, projects and policies (NEXUS Institute, 2017).
Going Home. Challenges in the Reintegration of Trafficking Victims in Indonesia
Going Home tracks the uncertain and precarious path toward recovery faced by many victims of human trafficking in Indonesia. It was published with the goal of both assisting trafficking victims as well as increasing effective prevention and control of trafficking (NEXUS Institute, 2016).
Addressing the impact and effectiveness of anti-trafficking interventions in the criminal justice sector: a discussion paper on issues, obstacles and opportunities
This report responds to the growing calls for transparency and accountability within the anti-trafficking sector by investigating the appropriate methods to evaluate impact and effectiveness. The research focuses in particular on measuring the successes and failures of anti-trafficking interventions in the criminal justice sector. (Gallagher et al, 2011)