2022 Assembly


Compendium of Promising Practices on Public-Private Partnerships to Prevent and Counter Trafficking in Persons – UNODC


Publication by the UN Office on Drugs & Crime (which leads the UN’s anti-trafficking efforts) on good practices for partnership between states and private actors to tackle Trafficking in Persons.

The UNODC includes a ‘compendium’ on promising practices on Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) to counter trafficking in persons, as they relate to supply chains, the financial sector and the technology sector.
The compendium presents examples of promising practices and lessons learned; it also recommends strategies & action points on how to create PPPs responding to trafficking in persons.
It is hoped that this will help private sector entities, policy makers, law enforcement officers, judges, prosecutors, labour inspectors, public bodies, civil society actors (such as FBOs) and academics to effectively work together to prevent and combat trafficking in persons.