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Thursday, August 31, 2006 

Human Trafficking: Looking into Legislations and Practices

Human Trafficking is a growing issue that involves many aspects with the way a government position its action plans to address the conditions behind the problem.

And to fully comprehend the factors linked with this phenomenon requires direct harmonization in policy and research capacity, to strengthen the impacts of actions taken in practices.

If Human Trafficking is classified as a human rights violation that evolves along the denials of basic rights in education, health, decent work, security and justice, those elements call for an overhaul of existing interventions and regulations to confront the root-causes of the problematique. And by looking into the impacts and results of some legislations for policy-makers it could be an interesting shift in thinking, if of course weighing the relationships between poverty and human trafficking, and the ways to provide policy and practices with appropriate tools to tackle these two intermingled issues and their impacts on vulnerable groups through sustained exposures to deprivation and exploitation.


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