WHAT IS SIREN?.
The Strategic Information Response Network (SIREN) is a new UNIAP-supported initiative intended to deliver high quality, responsive, and up-to-date data and analysis on cutting edge issues within the human trafficking sector. It is aimed at key stakeholders in the Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS) – government and non-government – in order to inform and encourage their attention and action on the target issue.
SIREN aims to convey information to the human counter-trafficking sector in a variety of different forms: briefing reports, maps, data sheets, and discussion forums and debates, to name a few. Research, validation, and analysis will be conducted in the field, by community-based organizations, national and international agencies, and/or UNIAP itself. The goal is to bring real knowledge and context on real priority issues from the grassroots to the national and regional levels, and vice versa.
For more information, contact:
UNIAP Regional Office
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