IOM Launches New Version of the Counter Trafficking Data Collaborative

31 October 2018
Research Innovation

The Counter Trafficking Data Collaborative (CTDC), a global portal on human trafficking, recently released a new version of their site. The site features data on more than 90,000 human trafficking cases, and with the new version users can explore new analysis on specific industries and use an interactive map that includes a timeline of trafficking cases, key trafficking corridors and information on human trafficking below the country level.

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