Too many countries’ trafficking in persons (TIP) laws and policies fail to properly serve certain vulnerable populations.

Some of these populations are marginalized and extremely vulnerable to trafficking but are unable or unwilling to seek help for a variety of reasons. Warnath Group Practice Guide “Inclusion of Marginalized or Underserved Populations: Drafting Considerations for Human Trafficking Instruments” helps policymakers carefully consider the needs and vulnerabilities of specific populations to create a national response that will ensure that services are available for, and the national system is responsive to, the full range of TIP victims.

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