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Pamphlet on the Scope and Elements of Victim Identification (Thailand)

Keywords: Thailand, Victim identification,

A pamphlet designed to assist relevant officials to determine whether a person has been trafficked based on the Thai Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act (2008) (Thai Ministry of Social Development and Human Security, 2008)

Preliminary Checklist for Identifying Trafficked Persons (Thailand)

Keywords: Thailand, Victim identification,

A preliminary checklist assisting relevant officials to determine whether a person has been trafficked or not (Thai Ministry of Social Development and Human Security, 2008)

Standard Operating Procedures for the Identification and Return of Victims of Human Trafficking Between Thailand and Viet Nam (2013)

Keywords: Cooperation, Identification, SOPs, Victim identification, Viet Nam,

Standard Operating Procedures for the Identification and Return of Victims of Human Trafficking Between Thailand and Viet Nam (2013)

Screening for Human Trafficking: Guidelines for Administering the Trafficking Victim Identification Tool (TVIT)

Keywords: trafficking, Victim identification,

This document contains VERA's published Guidelines for Administering the Trafficking Victim Identification Tool (TVIT) (VERA, 2014).

The Bali Process Policy Guide on Identifying Victims of Trafficking

Keywords: Bali Process, Victim identification,

Guide providing an overview of international and regional standards for the identification and protection of victims of trafficking, drawing extensively on examples of good practices from Bali Process member countries (Bali Process, 2015)

Trafficking in Human Beings: Identification of Potential and Presumed Victims. A Community Policing Approach

Keywords: community, trafficking, Victim identification, Victims,

This is the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)'s guidelines on the Identification of Potential and Presumed Victims, a Community Policing Approach (OSEC, 2011).

Guidelines on Forms and Procedures for Identification of Victims of Human Trafficking for Appropriate Service Provision

Keywords: Cambodia, referral mechanism, Victim identification,

Guidelines on criteria, forms and procedures including for referral purposes in the identification and provision of services related to cases of human trafficking, endorsed by the Cambodia National Committee for Counter Trafficking in Persons (NCCT, 2015)

Identifying Victims of Trafficking and Associated Forms of Exploitation: Common Indicators for First Responders

Keywords: Cambodia, China, COMMIT, GMS, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Victim identification, Vietnam,

Set of indicators to support rapid and accurate victim identification as developed by the ASEAN and COMMIT Member States, with support from ILO, IOM, AAPTIP and UN-ACT, and adopted by COMMIT at its Senior Officials Meeting in 2016. The initial screening of possible cases of trafficking will depend on a number of the indicators being apparent, and also the severity of those indicators in a possible given case (COMMIT, 2016)

Victim Identification and Referral Mechanisms: Common Guidelines for the Greater Mekong Sub-region

Keywords: Cambodia, China, COMMIT, GMS, Laos, Myanmar, referral mechanism, Thailand, Victim identification, Vietnam,

Guidelines developed to assist victim identification and support services through referral mechanisms in the Coordinated Mekong Ministerial Initiative against Trafficking in Persons (COMMIT). The document was developed at a regional level and to guide implementation at national levels in the COMMIT countries. They are founded upon the development of COMMIT policies and experiences, as well as international agreements and good practices (COMMIT, 2016)

Traffickers and Trafficking. Challenges in researching human trafficking operations

Keywords: Fishing, IOM Human trafficking database, labour trafficking, research, seafaring, trafficking, victim assistance, Victim identification,

This research paper was published as part of a collective IOM/NEXUS Institute research series, which seeks to enhance the current knowledge base on human trafficking. The series also aims to assess various methods and approaches to trafficking research in different settings and in response to different situations. This report assesses the knowns and the unknowns in the trafficking world and how these gaps in knowledge can be responded to. (IOM & NEXUS Institute, 2014).