Bringing Light to the Darkness of Human Trafficking (Trafficking in Persons)

UNODC has developed an online database to collect and disseminate information on human trafficking prosecutions and convictions.

This case law database intends to enable judges, prosecutors, policy-makers, media, researchers and other interested parties to take court decisions relating to these instruments into account when dealing with human trafficking issues, to promote the uniform interpretation and application of these instruments, to consult on practices in different jurisdictions, and to broaden knowledge on human trafficking crimes as well as the realities faced by ordinary people victimized by those who would buy, sell, and exploit them.

UNODC invites legal practitioners in all Member States to contribute human trafficking case law to the database.

View the UNODC's database below (or click here to visit the original page)