UNODC human trafficking case law database [electronic resource].
- Vienna : Unodc.
- Physical description
- 1 online resource.
- United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
- UNODC has developed a human trafficking case law database to provide immediate, public access to officially documented instances of this crime. The database contains details on victims' and perpetrators' nationalities, trafficking routes, verdicts and other information related to prosecuted cases from across the world. In doing so, it provides not only mere statistics on numbers of prosecutions and convictions, but also the real-life stories of trafficked persons as documented by the courts. The database aims to assist judges, prosecutors, policy-makers, media researchers and other interested parties by making available details of real cases with examples of how the respective national laws in place can be used to prosecute human trafficking. Since its launch, around 900 selected cases from over 70 countries and three supranational courts have been uploaded.
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- Title Variation
- Human trafficking case law database
- Title bar title: UNODC case law database
- Continually updated
- Title from title screen (viewed Feb. 14, 2012).
- Mode of access: Online.