European Network Against Trafficking in Human Beings

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People Trafficking: Upholding Rights and Understanding Vulnerabilities

Document number
1019
Date
2006
Title
People Trafficking: Upholding Rights and Understanding Vulnerabilities
Author/publisher
Forced Migration Review, no.25
Availability
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Document type(s)
Media/News,
Keywords
Smuggling; Business community; Internal trafficking; Child trafficking; Civil society; South Asia; Mekong sub-region; Nepal; the Swiss approach; OSCE; safe return; Southern Africa; Nigeria; Brazil; Lebanon; Ethiopia; Yemen; UK; Darfur; Southern Sudan; Western Sahara; Abortion; UNHCR; Internally displaced persons (IDPs); Non-refoulement
Summary
Editorial: This issue could not have been produced without the assistance of Bandana Pattanaik, coordinator of the Global Alliance Against Trafficking in Women. She has greatly helped to broaden our understanding of trafficking in persons and to ensure that the following articles cover aspects of the phenomenon – and responses to it – which are often sidelined.
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