A GLOBAL REVIEW OF EVALUATION IN ANTI-TRAFFICKING INITIATIVES
This research explores and assesses the evaluation of anti-trafficking policies and programs worldwide, including three international, two regional and nine national anti-trafficking initiatives. It highlights common themes and emerging patterns between a range of approaches to evaluation in this sector and finds overwhelmingly that anti-trafficking initiatives are not being sufficiently evaluated, impeding the effectiveness of anti-trafficking responses and limiting progress in combating trafficking. Urgent action in the form of adequate evaluation systems is imperative to ensure anti-trafficking programs are effectively targeted and delivered.
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GAATW - Global Alliance Against Traffick in Women