Vivienne Chin

Senior Associate

Vivienne is a criminal justice professional with more than 20 years of experience in the security and justice sectors, having worked in a government service (Singapore), an inter-governmental agency (Commonwealth Secretariat, London), a non-governmental professional organization (Commonwealth Magistrates’ and Judges’ Association, London) and currently a United Nations affiliated research institute (International Centre for Criminal Law Reform and Criminal Justice Policy, Vancouver) focusing on the promotion of the rule of law and good governance, human rights, peace-building, criminal justice reform and policy development, and institution building in post-conflict societies. This includes programmes to assist the effective implementation of international standards and norms and international treaties in particular those relating to transnational organized crime, counter-terrorism, corruption, human trafficking, juvenile justice, women’s rights and violence against women, prison reform and the social reintegration of offenders.


Improved Response to Labour Trafficking

Published on: 03/01/2017

This note summarizes the findings of consultations and research conducted by the ICCLR since 2013. It identifies the challenges typically encountered in preventing and responding to incidents of human trafficking for the purpose of labour exploitation and offers suggestions on how to improve our current response.