The Warnath Group worked with high-level officials of the Government of Djibouti regarding enactment of a National Plan of Action to Combat Human Trafficking and legal reform to improve the country’s anti-trafficking law. Coming out of this consultation, the Government of Djibouti adopted the country’s first-ever Action Plan. The Warnath Group is continuing to work with the Government during its consideration of proposed revisions to its anti-trafficking law to align fully with international legal standards.
- Jamaica – U.S. Child Protection Compact Criminal Justice Initiative
- Jamaica Prosecutorial Strategies for Child Trafficking Cases Workshop
- Practice Guide: Identifying, Referring and Assisting Trafficking Victims. An Overview of National Referral Mechanisms.
- Practice Guide: Using the Palermo Protocol as a Basis for Drafting and Amending Victim-Centered National anti-TIP Laws
- Practice Guide: Providing Social Services Support for People Who Experienced Human Trafficking Acting as Witnesses in Legal Proceedings
Advising Albert Moskowitz Anti-Trafficking Law Bahamas Costa Rica Criminal Justice Djibouti DOS J/TIP Expert Witness Florrie Burke Gerard Hogan Governments Greece Haiti Human Trafficking Interpreters Interviewing IOM Jenny Stanger Joanna Nicoletti John Richmond Justice Sector Kingdom of Tonga Kiribati Law Enforcement Malaysia Myanmar Online Tutorial Peru Pieter Cronje Practice Guide Prosecutors Prosecutor Trial Preparation Renee Huffman Report Seafarers Sheila Berman Stephen Warnath Steve Harvey The NEXUS Institute Togo Training and Technical Assistance United States-Myanmar Joint Plan on Trafficking in Persons Victim-Centered Approach Victims of Human Trafficking