Guidance and policy
Human trafficking can occur anywhere. The Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement works across the world to support people in emergencies and crisis situations, where they are often vulnerable to trafficking and exploitation. We have developed our understanding and knowledge of human trafficking and exploitation, and also the needs of people who have survived human trafficking.
In many contexts, national organisations are responding to trafficking, and their specific approaches and insights can be adapted to the situation in your area.
8 March 2019
Guidance Note Action to Assist and Protect Trafficked Persons
Organisation:Actions for Trafficked Persons Network
Guidance for frontline workers of the European Red Cross National Societies supporting survivors of trafficking.
8 January 2017
Spotting Signs of Trafficking During a Restoring Family Links Consultation
Organisation:Netherlands Red Cross
A step-by-step guide for Netherlands Red Cross Restoring Family Links staff and volunteers on how to recognise the signs of human trafficking, ask follow-up questions and adequately respond.
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