Enhancing Data Collection and Research on Trafficking in Persons

  • Frank Laczko


In 2004, IOM organized a conference in Rome to take stock of current research and data on trafficking in persons. This paper briefly presents some of the main points from the discussions which seem to be relevant when thinking about new priorities for research and data collection on trafficking in persons.


Human Trafficking Trafficking Case Improve Data Collection Traffic Person National Focal Point 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Frank Laczko
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  1. 1.Head of Research and Publications, International Organization for Migration (IOM)GenevaSwitzerland

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