European Network Against Trafficking in Human Beings

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Falling Short of the Mark. An International Study on the Treatment of Human Trafficking Victims

Document number
1013
Date
2006
Title
Falling Short of the Mark. An International Study on the Treatment of Human Trafficking Victims
Author/publisher
The Future Group
Availability
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Document type(s)
Research/Study/Analysis,
Keywords
Australia, Canada, Germany, Italy, Norway, Sweden, United States, Palermo protocol, Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children, supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, Reflection period, Residency permit, Identification, Social assistance, Victim protection, Empowerment, Redress, Advocacy, Civil society, NGO, Human Rights approach, Identification (of Victims) Protection, Legal remedies, Trafficked persons, Prosecution, Law enforcement,
Summary
This Study concerns the treatment of victims of human trafficking in developed countries which have signed, and in most cases ratified, the Trafficking Protocol. Part I of this Study consists of country narratives that describe and analyze the law and practice of selected jurisdictions with respect to their compliance with Articles 6-8 of the Trafficking Protocol. This Study concludes that Australia, Germany, Italy, Norway, Sweden and the United States are generally complying with their international obligations under the Trafficking Protocol related to the protection of victims of human trafficking. Part II of this Study provides a comparative analysis of best practices in the jurisdictions that are under review. Those countries that are global leaders in best practices, as well as those which have fallen short of the mark for the treatment of trafficking victims may be identified.
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