Apprise: Using sentinel surveillance for human trafficking and labor exploitation

Thinyane, Hannah and Sassetti, Francisca (2019). Apprise: Using sentinel surveillance for human trafficking and labor exploitation. UNU-CS Policy Briefs. United Nations University Institute on Computing and Society.

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    Author Thinyane, Hannah
    Sassetti, Francisca
    Title Apprise: Using sentinel surveillance for human trafficking and labor exploitation
    Series Title UNU-CS Policy Briefs
    Volume/Issue No. 1/2019
    Publication Date 2019-01
    Place of Publication Macau SAR
    Publisher United Nations University Institute on Computing and Society
    Pages 4
    Language eng
    Abstract This policy brief investigates issues in the current approaches for the identification of victims of human trafficking and forced labor. It then motivates for the use of sentinel surveillance approaches to identify changing patterns of exploitation over time, location and sector. This brief presents the findings of a two-year study, investigating the role that technology can play to support frontline responders to identify victims of human trafficking. In doing so it provides policy recommendations on the adoption of sentinel surveillance approach for pro-active screening and victim-centric innovative frameworks towards a more informed migration policy.
    Copyright Holder United Nations University Institute on Computing and Society
    Copyright Year 2019
    Copyright type Creative commons
    ISBN 9789280891010
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