National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking: PS11-1E-PDF

annual report on progress.

"The Government of Canada launched the National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking (the National Action Plan), which consolidated all federal activities into one comprehensive plan under the ‘4-Ps’ approach: prevention, protection, prosecution and partnerships. It leveraged and built on Canada’s international and domestic experience to date and outlined new initiatives in order to address this horrific crime in all its forms. The Government of Canada views the National Action Plan as a living plan; as the crime of human trafficking evolves, so too must the Government’s response. That is why, as part of the National Action Plan, the Government is committed to ongoing engagement with stakeholders and experts across the country to identify current and emerging trends; gaps, barriers and challenges; and, priority areas, with a goal of informing federal efforts now and in the future"--Foreward, 2012/2013.

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Department/Agency Public Safety Canada.
Title National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking
Subtitle annual report on progress.
Publication Type Series
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
Note Issued also in French under title: Plan d'action national de lutte contre la traite de personnes, rapport annuel sur le progrès
Date c2013-
Chronology 2012/2013-
Frequency Annual
ISSN 2292-0897
Catalogue Number
  • PS11-1E-PDF
Subject Terms Human trafficking

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