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If you would like to contribute cases, please contact us. The following institutions and individuals have kindly provided case law summaries to the UNODC human trafficking case law database:

White & Case LLP and Lawyers Without Borders

White & Case LLP and Lawyers Without Borders along with the following contributors:

Bonn & Schmitt

Omni Law Firm

Comisión de Derechos Humanos del Distrito Federal
Dr. José Guevara

Díaz-Durán & Asociados
Juan Pablo Carrasco de Groote

Embassy of Guatemala, Washington DC
Edgar Villanueva

Farage Andrews Law Practice

Ferrere
Andres Cerisola

Kenya Law Reports

 

ASTRA - Anti-Human Trafficking Action

ASTRA is a non-governmental organization dedicated to eradication of all forms of trafficking in human beings, especially in women and children.

 

Queen's University Belfast, School of Law

Dr. Jean Allain and Dr. Marie Lynch

The Human Rights Centre, School of Law, Queen's University, Belfast.

 

The University of Michigan Law School Human Trafficking Clinic

Prof. Bridgette Carr, Elizabeth Campell, Jason Burns, Karen Gift, Mary J. Gniadek, Jane Khodarkovsky, Catherine Longkumer, Mollie O'Rourke, Meredith Weill. 


The University of Michigan Law School Human Trafficking Clinic provides a database containing cases from the United States of America.

 

The University of Queensland Human Trafficking Working Group

Professor Andreas Schloenhardt, Mr Jarrod M Jolly, et al.

The University of Queensland Human Trafficking Working Group provides case reports from Australia, New Zealand, and selected countries from Asia and the Pacific region.

 

The Protection Project  

Dr. Mohamed Mattar, Mandy Davis, Dina Habeb.

The Protection Project is a human rights institute based at The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, DC. Founded in 1994 to address trafficking in persons as a human rights violation, The Protection Project focuses on the promotion of human rights values throughout the world.

 

International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Centre, Jagiellonian University

Marcin Marcinko Ph.D., Kaja Kowalczewska.

The International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Centre at the Faculty of Law and Administration, Jagiellonian University, Kraków.

 

UN Online Volunteers

Maja Davidovic, Léa Dehaudt, Diana Franco, Sharmaine Gunaratne, Yvonne Koning, Christina Martin, Marianne Arvei Moen, Julie Reynolds, Mildred Rodriguez, Ekaterina Voronina.

 

UNODC Internship Programme with Human Trafficking Migrant Smuggling Section - HTMSS

Internship under the supervision of: Simone Heri, Martin Fowke, Mariana Roncisvale and Mary J. Gniadek.

Robert Ainley, Ainhoa Barrenechea Ezcurra, Tatiana Balisova, Sophia Bengtsson, Tobias Burghardt, Katrin Best, Fuki Fujiwara, Anna Glogowska, Kaja Kowalczewska, Monika Lemmerer, Lelde Libeka, Haera Manoukian, Eurídice Marquez, Karima Masri, Miriam Alide McKenna, Josephine Murphy, Yonathan Paz, Marine Pezet, Camille Philippart, Sarah Plato, Rita-May Rahme, Evelyn Schoegl, Leslie Shields, Paula Switon, Justin Anthony Wagner.