The Local Safety Audit Guide directs the public sector and civil society stakeholders to assess the nature and scope of human trafficking and related sexual/forced labour exploitation, and to develop an action plan that is responsive to their problems and local context. It exposes the factors that make particular groups in Canada far more vulnerable, places particular emphasis on the vulnerability of Aboriginal women and girls, and explicitly considers gender and other intersecting factors. This resource sets out relevant international laws and standards, and provides examples of the range of prevention and intervention action that should be considered.
Source of Information
Government of Canada, National Review on Beijing+20, 2014, page 22
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