Report of the Expert Group on Strategies for Combating Trafficking of Women and Children: Best Practice
Expert Group on Strategies for Combating Trafficking of Women and Children, Commonwealth Secretariat
Commonwealth Secretariat, 2003 - Social Science - 55 pages
Trafficking of people (mostly women and children) for commercial sexual activities and forced labour is one of the fastest growing areas of international criminal activity - and one that is of huge concern. Trafficking in humans is now considered the third largest source of organised crime after drugs and arms. The Commonwealth Law Ministers at the 1999 meeting in Trinidad and Tobago concluded that the Commonwealth Secretariat should propose strategies to assist countries in developing national and regional initiatives against human trafficking. This title is the result of these proposals.
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