Coordinated Responses
Notre partenaires
Related Tools

Illustrative examples of indicators on coordination

Dernière modification: March 07, 2019

Ce contenu est disponible dans

Les options
Les options

Indicators specific to responses addressing intimate partner violence or sexual violence are not explicitly identified, but the indicators below that were developed to evaluate efforts to address trafficking in persons are instructive. Each area (prevention, protection and prosecution) includes specific indicators relating to coordination.  The majority of indicators are broadly relevant and/or adaptable to all forms of violence against women.

Indicators measuring coordination in counter-trafficking work from the International Organisation for Migration

Prevention

Means of Verification

 

Objective

 

Performance Indicators

Target

Data

Collection

Data Source

 

To establish or improve cooperation mechanisms among key stakeholders to prevent trafficking

Formal cooperation mechanisms in place for coordinated prevention efforts

 Yes/True

Document review, interviews

Relevant stakeholders

 

Roles and responsibilities are clearly defined within the cooperation mechanism1

Yes/True

Document review, interviews

Relevant stakeholders

Results

 

Performance Indicators

 

Target

Data

Collection

 

Data Source

 

Cooperation mechanisms are established/ enhanced between government and civil society

Joint planning and implementation of prevention activities in place

Yes/True

Document review, interviews

Relevant stakeholders

 

Funding for civil society prevention efforts allocated in State budgets

X% increase in budget allocation for civil society prevention efforts

Budget review

State budget

Intra-governmental cooperation mechanisms are established/

enhanced

 

Inter-ministerial council on trafficking is established to coordinate prevention efforts

Yes/True

Direct observation

Government

 

Level/number of duplicated efforts

X% decrease in level or number of duplicated efforts3

Reports review

Government documents

Protection

Means of Verification

 

Objective

 

Performance Indicators

Target

Data

Collection

Data Source

 

To strengthen cooperation at the local/national/

transnational level to identify victims and provide them with appropriate and comprehensive direct assistance

Nationwide monitoring and referral systems established and functioning

Yes/True

Document review, observation, interviews

Direct assistance providers

 

Number of victims  identified and assisted through the referral and assistance network

X% increase in the number of victims identified and assisted through the referral and assistance network

Stats/records review

Direct assistance providers

Results

 

Performance Indicators

Target

Data

Collection

Data Source

 

Taskforce/coalitions/ coordinating bodies on counter-trafficking methods established or strengthened

Regular taskforce meetings are held

Yes/True

Reports review, observation

Relevant stakeholders

 

Endorsed Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) with clearly defined roles and responsibilities for each member

Yes/True

Document review

Coordinating body

Coordinated efforts to mobilize resources for counter-trafficking from all stakeholders

Appropriate inputs of resources from all stakeholders (financial, in-kind, human, etc.)

 Yes/True

Document and budget review

Relevant stakeholders

Prosecution

Means of Verification

 

Objective

 

Performance Indicators

Target

Data

Collection

Data Source

 

To establish cooperative mechanisms among criminal justice agencies and with key stakeholders to convict traffickers and protect victims

Number of criminal complaints filed by victims

 X% increase in the number of criminal complaints filed by victims

Stats/records review

Direct assistance providers

 

Number of convictions of traffickers

X% increase in number of convictions of traffickers

Stats/records review

Government

Results

 

Performance Indicators

 

Target

Data

Collection

 

Data Source

 

Cooperative mechanisms within and among criminal justice agencies to convict traffickers and protect victims are put in place or enhanced

 SOPs and/or guidelines on joint investigations, identification and treatment of victims are established

 Yes/True

Document review, interviews

Criminal justice agencies

 

Regular meetings are held among criminal justice agencies

Yes/True

Observation, interviews

Criminal justice agencies

Cooperative mechanisms between criminal justice agencies and other direct assistance providers to protect and assist victims are put in place or enhanced

 

Number of referrals from other direct assistance providers to law enforcement

X% increase in the number of referrals from other direct assistance providers to law enforcement

Stats/records review

Government, direct assistance providers

 

Number of referrals from law enforcement agencies to other direct assistance providers

X% increase in the number of referrals from law enforcement agencies to other direct assistance providers

Stats/records review

Government, direct assistance providers

 

SOPs and/or guidelines on victim protection and assistance established

Yes/True

Document review, interviews

Relevant stakeholders

 

Regular joint meetings/trainings on victim protection and assistance are held

Yes/True

Observation, interviews

Government, direct assistance provider

1. In some cases, a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) or Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) could be formalized.

2. For example, a Plan of Action.

3. An example of this includes running one joint hotline as opposed to multiple hotlines.

Source: International Organisation for Migration (2008) Handbook on Performance Indicators for Counter-Trafficking Projects, Geneva: IOM.  Available in English.