Combating Trafficking in South-East Asia: A Review of Policy and Programme Responses. IOM (2000)
Study based on the review of available studies, papers and proposals on trafficking in South-East Asia. The data were collected within documentation centres of IOM, ILO and UNICEF in Geneva, through exploration of relevant web pages and from resource people in Geneva as well as in South-East Asia.
Code of Conduct for Foreign NGOs: Investigating Human Trafficking and Child Sexual Exploitation & Participating in Rescue of Victims
Code of Conduct attempting to set minimum standards for investigative NGOs operating in Southeast Asia. It seeks to set and uphold professional standards for the protection of victims of trafficking, NGO personnel, the integrity of the criminal justice process and the reputation of all parties in the sector (USAID, Winrock International and Freedom Collaborative, 2017)