Three presentations to AEA 2016 Conference (Session ID: 2280) - New Approaches to the Design and Evaluation of Global Programs to End Modern Slavery: Establishing an Evidence Base and Understanding What Works #SocialImpact #Eval2016 #HumanRights #AEA2016Conference #FreetheSlaves ...
- -trafficking programmes and ac.vi.es (UNODC, 2008) UNODC UN WOMEN DPKO ICAO ICPO-Interpol ILO IOM OHCHR UNICRI UNICEF UNHCR UNFPA UNESCO UNDP UNAIDS The World Bank UN Inter-Agency Coordina.on Group Against Trafficking in Persons Accumulated knowledge Shared MEL approach Previous evalua.on Prac..oner exper.se Lived experiences Exis.ng indicators and tools Accumulated knowledge from CTIP + related sectors Develop a road map for strengthening CTIP efforts + accumula.ng an evidence base STEP 2 Feedback and improve CTIP efforts + M&E strategies Adapted from Rangarajan et al. 2011 Improved CTIP policies, pracLces, + programmes Need for CTIP programmes with evidence of effecLveness CTIP MEL framework STEP 1 MEL approaches, tools, + resources Monitoring and evaluaLon of CTIP efforts AK-informed CTIP policy, pracLce, + programme implementaLon Feedback and improvement Evidence + learning STEP 4 STEP 5 Assemble, sort, and access AK from CTIP + related sectors Employ AK in refining and strengthening CTIP policies, prac.ces, + programmes Implement AK-informed CTIP efforts Compile, disseminate, + integrate learning and evidence Learn, integrate, and assess contribu.on to + evidence of effec.veness Develop shared framework-based MEL resources + tools Build an MEL framework informed by previous CTIP evalua.on + prac.ce STEP 3 Road map to building an evidence base of effec.ve counter trafficking in persons responses (CTIP) Results Space Instruments Policies LegislaLon Systems + Structures CooperaLon + Partners Knowledge Accumulated in the CTIP Field Supports + IncenLves Fewer people entering trafficking networks More people sustainably exiLng trafficking More risk + penalty for trafficking networks Less profit from trafficking + exploitaLon • Increase idenLficaLons • Increase relevance + quality of direct support • Improve compensaLon for work done • Shrink markets for goods/ services PBTL • Clean supply chains + producLon processes • Strengthen financial systems barriers • Reduce enabling environment for traffickers • Disrupt more trafficking networks • Increase strategic prosecuLons + confiscaLons • Address context- based risk • Develop safer migraLon pathways and acLons More use of data + more evidence of “what works” • Improve data + data systems • Increase learning Capacity Skills Knowledge Change Instruments Change Reduced number of people trafficked and exploited Advocacy + Influencing Change Areas Reduced number and reach of trafficking networks Interven.on Space Next Steps . . . . . .toward building a CTIP evidence baseGood morning and thank you for coming on the final morning of the conference