TIP Report

Posted in September 1st, 2016
by ACRATH
  • Stop Trafficking! July 17, 2016 Anti-Human Trafficking Newsletter Vol 14 No 7 The latest issue of Stop Trafficking highlights the topics covered in the 2016 Trafficking in Person’s (TIP) Report. This years report has articles that reflect on what makes a person vulnerable to being trafficked and strategies to prevent human trafficking around the globe. The report looks at what each country ...
  • Human Trafficking is Not to be Tolerated July 1, 2016 2016 Trafficking in Person Report In launching the 2016 Trafficking in Persons Report US Secretary of State John Kerry made the following remarks: “When we talk about “human trafficking,” we’re talking about slavery – modern-day slavery that still today claims more than 20 million victims on any given time. And all 20 million are people just like everybody here. ...
  • Stop Trafficking August 9, 2015 Anti-Human Trafficking Newsletter Vol 13 No 8 The latest issue of Stop Trafficking highlights the US State Department’s annual Trafficking in Persons report and the global debate over Amnesty International’s proposed policy on prostitution. Read more…
  • Trafficking in Person Heroes July 28, 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zafWGbWxZw4 At the ceremony to launch the Trafficking in Person s Report 2015 Secretary of State, John Kerry, name eights Trafficking in Persons Heroes.  These people are an inspiration.  They have been courageous and passionate in their efforts to prevent human trafficking and to assist those who have experienced the trauma of this horrendous crime.
  • Trafficking in Persons Report 2015 July 28, 2015 “To Enlighten, To Energise, To Empower” In launching the TIP Report 2015 US Secretary of State, John Kerry indicated that the purpose of this report is “to enlighten and to energize, and most importantly, to empower people” so that they can bring about reform and work to prevent human trafficking and modern day slavery. “This year’s Report places ...
  • 15th Anniversay of UN Trafficking Protocol April 16, 2015 Protocol to Prevent, Suppress, and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children This year marks the 15th anniversary of the UN Protocol to Prevent, Suppress, and Punish Trafficking in Persons, especially Women and Children. Australia is a signatory to this protocol.  This anniversary is an opportune time to review the impact of the protocol and how the Protocol can ...
  • Stop Trafficking! July 12, 2014 Anti-Human Trafficking Newsletter Vol 12 No 7 The July 2014 issue of Stop Trafficking! highlights some of the issues found in the 2014 TIP (Trafficking in Persons) Report.  In particular it reflects on how victims can be helped to become survivors.  “For those who have endured the exploitation of modern slavery, even the most effective justice system ...
  • A Call to Action, A Call to Conscience June 21, 2014 2014 TIP Report Released Secretary of State, John F Kerry, has released the 2014 Trafficking in Persons(TIP) Report.  In releasing the report Secretary Kerry said, ” this is not just a book, it’s not just a report filled with stories that will touch you. This is a call to action. It’s a call to conscience….If the cries ...
  • Stop Trafficking! July 16, 2013 Anti-Human Trafficking Newsletter Vol 11 No 7 The 2013 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report was recently released by the US State Department. The July 2013 issue of Stop Trafficking highlights issues in the TIP report with particular emphasis on the impact on victims.  The TIP report is produced annually reporting on each country with regard to ...
  • 2013 Trafficking in Persons Report June 20, 2013 On June 19th the 2013 Trafficking in Person Report was released by US Secretary of State John Kerry.  In releasing this report Secretary Kerry said, “Human trafficking undermines the rule of law and creates instability. It tears apart families and communities. It damages the environment and corrupts the global supply chains and labor markets that keep the ...
  • Journey to Freedom January 31, 2013 Two Survivors of Human Trafficking Tell Their Story Produced by the National Underground Freedom Center, with support from US State Dept and Google, Journey to Freedom is a documentary that tells the story of 21st Century Cambodian Vannak Prum and 19th Century American Solomon Northup—who were sold into slavery more than 150 years apart.  The film shows ...
  • Global Report on Trafficking in Persons January 15, 2013 United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Releases Report The Global Report on Trafficking in Persons released in December 2012 provides an overview of patterns and flows of trafficking in persons at global, regional and national levels, based on trafficking cases detected between 2007 and 2010 . The report also includes a chapter on the worldwide response ...
  • Fifth National Roundtable on People Trafficking December 10, 2012 ACRATH Delegates at National Roundatable ACRATH members, Christine Carolan and Margaret Ng, attended the fifth National Roundtable on People Trafficking.  Attorney General, Nicola Roxon, convenor of the Roundtable, announced that there will be a revision of Australia’s national action plan to combat trafficking, slavery and slavery-like practices, such as forced marriage.  Consultation with stakeholders will take ...
  • ACRATH Newsletter September 12, 2012 Report on ACRATH’s 2012 Visit to Canberra Following on from their very successful visit to Federal Parliament ACRATH have released a Newsletter giving details of their visit.   The Newsletter includes references to ACRATH being acknowledged in Hansard during the lead up to the Crimes Legislation Amendment (Slavery, Slavery-like Conditions and People Trafficking) Bill 2012 passing through the House ...
  • ACRATH Canberra Advocacy Visit 2012 August 27, 2012 Speaking for the Humans Rights of Trafficked People In the words of Martin Luther King “our lives begin to end the day we become silent on things that matter.”  These words were received by ACRATH in a letter of good wishes for the week of advocacy in Canberra from 19th – 23rd August 2012.  There is ...
  • Anti-Trafficking Newsletter July 9, 2012 Anti-Human Trafficking Newsletter Vol 10 No7 The July issue of  Stop Trafficking looks at aspects of the 2012 Trafficking in Person Report.  In particular it examines how to make victim protection effective in order to help survivors get their lives back on track. Download a copy of Stop Trafficking here.
  • UN Special Rapporteur on Trafficking in Persons June 30, 2012 Report on Visit to Australia The UN Special Rapporteur on Trafficking in Persons, especially Women and Children, Joy Ngozi Ezeilo, visited Australia in November 2011.  She presented her report to the United Nations Human Rights Council in May 2012.  She noted “the high level of government engagement and effective partnership developed with civil society organizations” in an ...
  • Trafficking in Persons Monitoring Report: Jan 2009-June 2011 June 30, 2012 Australian Institute of Criminology Report Released The Trafficking in Persons Monitoring Report Jan 2009-June 2011 was recently released by the Attorney General Nicola Roxon, the Minister for Home Affairs and Justice Jason Clare and the Minister for the Status of Women Julie Collins.  In her media release Attorney General Nicola Roxon stated: “These reports show that ...
  • Trafficking in Person 2012 June 20, 2012 T.I.P. Report for 2012 Secretary Clinton Has unveiled the 2012 Trafficking in Persons Report. As required by the Trafficking Victims Protection Act, the TIP Report assesses governments around the world on their efforts to combat modern slavery. The report indicates that “Australia is primarily a destination country for women subjected to forced prostitution and to a lesser extent, ...
  • Vulnerabilities to Trafficking in Persons in the Pacific Islands December 15, 2011 Australian Institute of Criminology Research Paper In recently released research papers the Australian Institute of Criminology outlines the Pacific Island region’s vulnerability to the crime of trafficking in persons.  Click below to download the research papers. Vulnerabilities to trafficking in persons in the Pacific Islands. Australia’s Pacific Seasonal Worker Pilot Scheme: Managing vulnerabilities to exploitation
  • UK Government’s Strategy October 4, 2011 Working with International Partners to Prevent Human Trafficking A document recently released in the UK entitled Human Trafficking:  the Government’s Strategy sets out a renewed focus on preventing human trafficking overseas before the harm can reach the UK while maintaining and improving care arrangements for adult victims at home.  The Home Secretary, Theresa May, said that ...
  • Anti-Human Trafficking Newsletter July 20, 2011 Anti-Human Trafficking Newsletter Vol 9 No 7. The July 2011 issue of the Anti-Human Trafficking Newsletter  highlights information found in the U.S. State Departments annual ‘Trafficking in Persons’ Report for 2011. Click here to read the newsletter.  
  • Trafficking in Persons Report 2011 June 28, 2011 US Secretary of State Releases Trafficking in Persons Report 2011 On Monday 27th June US Secretary of State, Hillary Rodham Clinton, released the Trafficking in Persons Report 2011.  In releasing the report Secretary Clinton commented that the report comments on 184 countries and is the result of collaboration with ambassadors,  embassies and NGOs. Click here for information on ...