It can often be difficult to locate up-to-date information and reliable resources on human trafficking. In response, ISPCAN, in collaboration with American Orthopsychiatric Association, along with key volunteers, is offering an easy-to-understand database categorizing and summarizing existing resources on labor and sex trafficking of children and adults, as well as the trafficking of organs and body parts.
- Global, national and local reports by international, regional and national agencies and organizations
- Training curricula
- Research studies
- Legislation and policies
- Protocols, guides, assessment tools
- Prevention programs
- Intervention and treatment strategies
- Although not exhaustive, the database will include resources from all regions of the world and will be continuously updated.