This resource offers specific actions that funders, researchers, and project implementers can take to increase evidence uptake and impact in human trafficking research. The content is based on the discussions that took place among 140 participants in two multi-sector working groups during the November 2020 Evidence to Action Summit. Some of these actions are the responsibility of one party, while others are the shared responsibility of multiple parties. The actions are organized into three stages: before research, during research, and after research. Funders, researchers, and project implementers should read this entire resource before undertaking a research project and should commit, in advance, to which actions they will take.

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