Trafficking in persons (TIP) is a crime and a grave human rights violation that takes place in every country of the world. It is perpetrated in times of peace and stability and is increasingly evident in times of crisis. In 2017–2018, the newly established Global Protection Cluster Task Team on Anti-Trafficking in Humanitarian Action (the Task Team) conducted a stocktaking exercise with 29 Protection Clusters to assess if and how trafficking in persons was addressed within the cluster.

An Introductory Guide to Anti-Trafficking Action in Internal Displacement Contexts - Global Protection Cluster, 2020 DOWNLOAD

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