These are ATLeP’s research and resources pages for practitioners working with victims of trafficking. We welcome colleagues’ suggestions and materials for these pages so that they can be shared with other practitioners.
Research & Resources
- This section will be most relevant to immigration law practitioners identifying and representing victims of trafficking in protection claims. The resources pages include law and policy guidance, case law and country research. The country research section contains ATLeP's country information packs on trafficking risks in a range of countries. ...read more >
- This section will be most relevant to criminal law practitioners in identifying and defending victims of trafficking who have been charged with offences. It also contains information on legal remedies and compensation claims for victims of trafficking. ...read more >
- This section, which is under development, is likely to be relevant to all practitioners. It will include information on welfare entitlements, child protection law and guidance, employment law and rights to remedies and compensation. ...read more >
- This form can be used to report broken links to ATLeP and let us know of resources to add to the website. ...read more >