Guide to Ethics and Human Rights in Counter-Trafficking Ethical Standards

Posted By: • September 23rd, 2015

In 2003, the World Health Organization published a set of ten guidelines for interviewing trafficked women. These guidelines were a positive step to ensure that the rights of trafficked women would more likely be considered and respected during research, intake, and victim service interviews. Along with UNICEF’s child-friendly guidelines, they remain the primary set of guidelines to which counter-trafficking practitioners can refer in their work with trafficked persons.

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