Posted on

25 March 2022

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Data is fundamental to every decision made by victims, courts, government agencies or civil society organisations to prevent and combat human trafficking.

Without data, it is difficult to tell the impact of allocated funds, whether trafficking patterns are changing, and what efforts might be needed to improve counter-trafficking responses.

More importantly, without data it is difficult for a trafficked victim to make an informed decision about whether they will give evidence in a trafficking case.

The video is available in Bahasa Indonesia, English, and Khmer.

Download the ASEAN-ACT Baseline Report and TIP Data Toolkit here.