The BC Salvation Army Anti-Human Trafficking Programs participate in research and evaluative studies across Canada for the purpose of raising awareness, coordinating support, and developing best practices. All inquiries can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Listed are key studies, resources, and research from across Canada identifying this issue:
“Project Safekeeping”, Domestic Human Trafficking for Sexual Exploitation in Canada
Report from The RCMP National Coordination Centre, 2013: A report providing insight from a law enforcement perspective into the nature and extent of domestic human trafficking for sexual exploitation in Canada, found here.
“Trafficking of Aboriginal Women and Girls” – Report from Public Safety Canada
2014: A report summarizing the over-representation of Aboriginal women and girls who are trafficked, and recommendations for national best practice, found here.
“No More” Ending Sex Trafficking in Canada – Report of the National Task Force on Sex Trafficking of Women and Girls in Canada
2014: A report summarizing the findings and recommendations of the National Task Force on Sex Trafficking of Women and Girls in Canada, found here.
“Navigating the Canadian Criminal Justice System” – A Guide for Victims
2016: The Canadian Resource Centre For Victims of Crime has released a helpful handbook titled Navigating the Criminal Justice System: a Guide for Victims, found here.
“Holding Tight to a Double Edged Sword”, Labour Trafficking In Edmonton 2016
A report conducted by ACT Alberta that explores the hidden intricacies of labour trafficking in Edmonton. Through interviews and focus groups with local experts, criminal justice representatives, government officials, service providers, previously trafficked persons, and others, this study has produced a local body of knowledge on the realities of labour trafficking in Edmonton, found here.
“Mixed Migration Review, 2018” – Mixed Migration Centre.
The Mixed Migration Centre has released a paper and research study on the patterns of mixed migration internationally, and some of the intersections with exploitation and human trafficking, found here.