US State Department Human Trafficking Prevention Reduction Forum
For the years, those working to combat human trafficking have struggled to identify, which projects and interventions are most effective to reducing the prevalence of crime. Without effective measurement, it is difficult to know which activities are changing and which ones need to be refocused. To address this gap, the United States Department of State's Office of Personnel committed a $ 5 million commitment, to pursue new research in the field of human trafficking prevalence measurement, for monitoring and combat the human trafficking. Department of State's Office of Personnel host the human trafficking Prevention Reduction Innovation Forum on May 20, Georgia African Programming and Research Initiative in a virtual environment Is partnering with Levery. This platform will initiate a program of new research to measure the prevalence of human trafficking and compare different methods. Participants of the human trafficking Prevention Reduction Innovation program will include leaders, researchers and policy experts from all around the world, those are dedicated to the fight against human trafficking. Registration for the human trafficking Prevention Reduction Innovation event is free. Research projects will be funded as a part of the vogue platform, employ a number of methodologies in geographically limited and industry specific frameworks. All human trafficking Prevention Reduction Innovation prevalence studies will use a common statistical definition, that is faithful to the United Nations Protocol on human Trafficking in Persons and the United States Human Trafficking Victims Protection Act. The study will not only focus on measuring vulnerabilities for smugglers, but it will measure crime incidents during the human trafficking Prevention Reduction Innovation forum launch event, five research teams, including Freedom Fund by John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Johns Hopkins University, are non partisan Teams from the Objective Research Organization of Chicago, Stanford University and the University of Massachusetts Lowell are among who will discuss patterns of research in highly specific areas in the following cities and regions, which are Recife, Brazil, Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, Dar es Salaam, Iringa, Zanzibar, Tanzania, Casablanca, Morocco, Tunis, Tunisia, And Sindh Province from Pakistan. A sixth team from Stanford University will discuss human trafficking Prevention Reduction study in Brazil, which will take place at the national level. One of the most awaited contributions of new research being conducted through the human trafficking Prevention Reduction Innovation forum is a meta analysis of the methodology employed by each team. The findings of this meta analysis will be presented at the human trafficking Prevention Reduction Innovation forum final conference in the spring of 2022.