How to Measure the Change

We are working on compiling materials to provide an introduction to fundamental statistical concepts and methods in the effort to end forced labour, modern slavery, human trafficking and child labour.

In the meantime, for more on basic terms, see our Glossary, or check out the information below.

Measuring Child Labour

Measuring Forced Labour

Measuring Human Trafficking

Measurement of Related Issues

Measuring Social Protections

Measuring Government Response

 

Modern Slavery Data Stories

Emily Cholette
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Measurement and Statistical Methods

The Social, Spatial and Temporal Systems Behind Human Trafficking

Andrew Wallis, OBE, Ella Cockbain
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Code 8.7: How We Can Advance Collaborative Problem Solving

Anjali Mazumder, Daniel Lopresti, James Goulding, Ann Drobnis, Doreen Boyd , Nadya Bliss, Hannah Darnton, Zoe Trodd, James Cockayne
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Measurement and Statistical Methods

The Social, Spatial and Temporal Systems Behind Human Trafficking

Andrew Wallis, OBE, Ella Cockbain
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Code 8.7: Towards a Pipeline – Technology, Techniques and Training

Nadya Bliss
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Law Enforcement

Symposium: Comprehensive Efforts to End Human Trafficking from the Grassroots Up

Amanda Finger, Annie Miller
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