The British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL) has published their global report 'Determinants of Anti-Trafficking Efforts'.
Maria Moodie of Garden Court Chambers authored the UK case study as the BIICL National Research Consultant on account of her specialist expertise in trafficking.
The 'Determinants of Anti-Trafficking Efforts' Project assesses the links and sequencing of specific factors that have yielded improved political will and capacity in national governments to address trafficking in persons and which have led to sustained and comprehensive anti-trafficking efforts.
It sought to do so through a review of available literature, a quantitative analysis of existing data sets, a series of over 50 interviews with stakeholders at the international and regional level, a global survey with some 200 responses, and 14 case studies.
The UK case study seeks to identify the factors that have determined the incremental development of the UK’s anti-trafficking response. The findings are based on an in-depth cross-temporal analysis of relevant policy, legislation, independent reports, evaluations and grey literature, combined with the views of the interviewees who participated in this study.
Garden Court International, Civil Liberties and Human Rights | Tuesday 20 July 2021
Maria Moodie appointed UK National Research Consultant on anti-trafficking efforts for British Institute of International and Comparative Law
The BIICL has recently appointed Maria Moodie of Garden Court Chambers as the National Research Consultant for the UK case study into the determinants of anti-trafficking efforts as part of an innovative global study.