Protection in CTIP Briefing: Learnings from Victim Identification in Bangladesh, Cambodia, and Taiwan

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June 27, 2024
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This report explores the obstacles in identifying human trafficking victims in Bangladesh, Cambodia, and Taiwan. It reveals that victims often reach out for help via family members and social media, highlighting the urgent need for more effective identification channels to prevent dangerous informal methods. Recommendations include forming informal migrant networks, enhancing police and consular office cultures, and setting up special task forces to locate victims and build trust. Emphasising the necessity of collaboration between victims and authorities, the report calls for addressing institutional challenges, refining laws and policies, and training frontline workers to enhance identification efforts.

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