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Following the money compendium of resources and step-by-step guide to financial investigations related to trafficking in human beings


Auteurs : Organisation pour la sécurité et la coopération en Europe (OSCE)

Focus on financial investigations related to trafficking in human beings (THB) has seen an uptick in recent years with attention coming from different sectors of society including policy makers, law enforcement agencies and the financial services industry. This increased attention has yielded several positive outcomes, such as a rise in collaborative information sharing partnerships and enhanced reporting of suspicious financial activity, however results have been unevenly realized with inconsistent and fragmented implementation.
While many of the established investigatory frameworks aimed at eradicating THB through disrupting connected financial activity are built and deployed within disparate regions their applicability may be applicable across much broader context. This is the premise that the OSCE Office of Special Representative and Co-coordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings (OSR/CTHB) has adopted in commissioning and developing the two documents captured within this resource;
1. A compendium of relevant materials and resources relating to financial investigation of trafficking in human beings (THB) from across the globe and;
2. A step-by-step guide to building framework for financial investigations related to trafficking in human beings (THB).

Cumulatively, the intent of the two documents captured within this resource is to leverage off of the strengths and successes of established but disparate anti-THB financial investigatory practices, developed across the OSCE’s participating States, to raise awareness of the strategic value of financial investigations and the resources available, and to help create a more harmonised approach that can contribute to mainstreaming of financial
investigations across the OSCE region. Additionally, this resource also serves to contribute to the broader initiatives outlined within the Lichtenstein Initiative’s Blueprint for Mobilizing Finance Against Slavery and Trafficking and the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals in realizing the end of Modern Slavery by 2030.

  • Enquêtes financières
  • Criminalité économique et financière
  • Cybercriminalité
  • Dark web et cryptomonnaies
Population Ciblée
  • Secteur financier
Focus géographique
  • Monde

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