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Global Report on Trafficking in Persons 2018
 


The Global Report on Trafficking in Persons 2018 puts the spotlight on human trafficking in armed conflict. Human trafficking is always a crime, committed with the intention to exploit; in conflict situations, characterized by violence, brutality and coercion, traffickers can operate with even greater impunity. Trafficking in armed conflict has taken on horrific dimensions - child soldiers, forced labour, sexual slavery.
This year's Global Report indicates that the overall number of reported trafficking victims has increased. This might mean that more people are being trafficked, but also that national capacities to detect this crime and identify victims are improving in some countries. Increases in trafficking convictions have also been recorded in Asia, the Americas, Africa and the Middle
East, broadly tracking the rise in the number of reported victims.
[Global Report on Trafficking in Persons 2018.1 - En]
[Global Report on Trafficking in Persons 2018.2 - En]

 

گزارش جهانی قاچاق انسان سال ۲۰۱۸

گزارش جهانی قاچاق انسان سال 2018 قاچاق انسان در درگیری های مسلحانه را در مرکز توجه قرار می دهد. قاچاق انسان همیشه یک جرم است که با هدف بهره وری ارتکاب می شود؛ در درگیری هائی که با خشونت، وحشیگری و تهدید و اجبار همراه است، قاچاقچیان با معافیت بیشتری می توانند عمل کنند. قاچاق در درگیری مسلحانه ابعاد وحشتناکی به خود گرفته است - کودک سرباز، کار اجباری، بردگی جنسی.
بر اساس گزارش جهانی امسال، تعداد کل گزارش شده قربانیان قاچاق افزایش پیدا کرده است. این ممکن است بدین معنا باشد که افراد بیشتری قاچاق می شوند، اما همزمان نشان می دهد که ظرفیت های ملی برای شناسائی جرم و قربانیان نیز در بعضی کشورها ارتقا یافته است. در آسیا، قاره آمریکا، آفریقا و خاورمیانه گزارش های مربوط به محکومیت های ناشی از قاچاق انسان افزایش یافته است که نشان دهنده افزایش تعداد قربانیان گزارش شده است.
[متن کامل گزارش جهانی قاچاق انسال ۲۰۱۸.۱ - انگلیسی]
[متن کامل گزارش جهانی قاچاق انسال ۲۰۱۸.۲ - انگلیسی]

 

 
The Handbook on Effective Police Responses to Violence against Women

This Handbook is a UNODC publication designed to assist police officers by familiarizing them with relevant international laws, norms and standards relating to violence against women and informing them about some promising practical approaches to effective police response to acts of violence against women. It is accompanied by a Training Curriculum for those who are involved in police training and development. The Handbook and the Training Curriculum were translated into Farsi under UNODC Iran's IRNK13 project, "Promotion of HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care Programmes for Female Injecting Drug Users in I. R. of Iran", with generous funding from the Kingdom of the Netherlands. [Full Text Handbook - Fa] [Full Text Training Curriculum -Fa]

 


Gender in the criminal justice system assessment tool

Identifying and understanding the realities of women and men in the community as well as the gender biases that may promote discrimination, limit access to justice and prevent women's full participation in the criminal justice system underpin any assessment of the criminal justice system and should inform all recommendations for technical assistance. Within this framework, UNODC has designed the "Gender in the criminal justice system assessment tool" to help guide the assessment of gender in the criminal justice system.
This document was translated into Farsi under UNODC Iran's IRNK13 project, "Promotion of HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care Programmes for Female Injecting Drug Users in I. R. of Iran", with generous funding from the Kingdom of the Netherlands. [Full Text -Fa]

 

Alternatives to Imprisonment or Intermediate Sanctions

This book is a brief review of the process in which imprisonment has been established and developed in different countries. It is a comprehensive and extensive research on "Alternatives to imprisonment" which has been done by the Institute of Criminal Science and Criminology Research of Tehran University. [Table of Contents & Executive Summary - En]

 

Controlled Delivery

This research reviews the legal obstacles and enforcement restrictions in Iran, and also proposes ways to institutionalize the methods of "controlled delivery" of narcotic drugs.It investigates the "controlled delivery" as a method of law enforcement cooperation among different countries and considers the possibility of controlled delivery at the national and international levels. [Table of Contents & Conclusions/Recommendations -En]

 

Money laundering

This book is the compendium of articles presented by experts on transnational organized crime presented on the occasion of "the Anti Money Laundering Seminar", held in 2004 in Shiraz. The experts provided articles focused on inspecting national and international aspects of money laundering and solutions to tackle this crime. [Table of Contents & Introduction -En]

 

Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters and Extradition in Iranian Criminal Law with Emphasis on Drug-Related Offences

This book reviews the legislation and practical experiences at the international level dealing with the topics of mutual legal assistance and extradition of drug related criminals. It examines Iran's legislation on the topic in light of bilateral / multilateral cooperation, and identifies the possible challenges of the national legislation and the requirements of international cooperation. Experience of other countries in judicial cooperation has also been mentioned in this book. [Table of Contents & Introduction -En]