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)
Preventing human trafficking: Positive Deviance methodology in practice
This document discusses the experiences of authors (Rebecca Surtees and Anette Brunovskis) in developing and implementing a trafficking prevention project in a town in Albania, inspired by and drawing on a particular approach to behavioural and social changed called "positive deviance" (PD). It is intended as a resource for practitioners working in the field of trafficking prevention and its goal is to act as a useful knowledge base for others who are considering implementing a similar approach or methodology in anti-trafficking initiatives (NEXUS Institute, Fafo and Different&Equal, 2015)
Reframing trafficking prevention: Lessons from a "Positive Deviance" approach
This study presents the results of and learning from a three-year project implemented in Albania by Fafo, Nexus Institute and Different and Equal. The project combines research and practice in an effort to identify innovative approaches to preventing human trafficking, through adaptation and implementation of "positive deviance" methodology (Fafo, NEXUS Institute and Different&Equal, 2015).