Collateral Damage the Impact of Anti-Trafficking Measures on Human Rights Around the World
Bangkok, Thailand, Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women. 2007. Paperback. Book, 265 pp, Clean nicely bound copy. Unmarked clean text. Secure boxed packaging! This report reviews the impact of anti-trafficking measures on human reights in 8 countries: Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, India, Nigeria, Thailand, the United Kingdom and the United States. Each country chapter provides an overview of human trafficking, the current legal framework concerning all aspects of anti-trafficking efforts, specific laws and policies and their implications on key groups of people, and a critical analysis of the human rights impact of these measures especially on women. This anthology emphasises the critical need for a re-assessment of anti-trafficking initiatives around the globe in order that human rights do not get wwritten off as 'collateral damage' in combating human trafficking. L4. Very Good.
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Keywords: ANTI-TRAFFICKING MEASURES ON HUMAN RIGHTS