The Warnath Group announces the launch of its Practice Guide Library, a new feature designed to enhance the accessibility and use of its Practice Guides to assist professionals, practitioners, and others in understanding and addressing the often-complex issues of human trafficking cases. The Warnath Group has published Practice Guides since 2015 through its Global Training and Technical Assistance Programs, and they are the centerpiece of an extensive and growing collection of free resources now available from the Warnath Group to support anti-human trafficking efforts of professionals and practitioners around the world.  With this new online Library, 38 published Practice Guides are easily accessible, searchable, and available for download. 

Written by internationally recognized experts, the Practice Guides feature guidelines, procedures, and promising practices that align with international standards.  The authors come from numerous professional backgrounds, including nonprofit leaders, and social service providers U.S. federal prosecutors, police investigators, government officials, legal scholars, and academic researchers.  Each expert has specialized experience and insights addressing issues involving human trafficking. Each guide begins with an introductory overview of the intended audience, key takeaway, and content covered before detailing the promising practices of the topic covered.

Practice Guides contain topics tailored to the intended audience, allowing readers to choose the guides that best align with their professional roles.  By offering actionable information, practitioners can implement new measures to aid their anti-human trafficking efforts guided by these resources.  Practice Guides are available in English, Spanish, French, Polish, and Romanian.  Additional languages are planned to be added in the future, expanding accessibility to the knowledge and skills presented in the Practice Guides.


Found on the Warnath Group website, this new online Library provides training and technical assistance to practitioners working to end human trafficking.  Readers can filter the Practice Guide Library by language, topics, and publication date or utilize the search function to find their desired Practice Guide.  Each Practice Guide has an abstract, a preview, or a download option. 

The Practice Guides are available to businesses, government agencies, nonprofits, or individuals involved in anti-trafficking work.

Professionals seeking to enhance their knowledge and skill sets are encouraged to read through the published Guides.

The Warnath Group Practice Guides are made possible by funding and support of the U.S. Department of State’s Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (J/TIP).

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