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Publication of Human Trafficking Handbook

5 October 2011

 

This week marks the publication of The Human Trafficking Handbook, a collection of original essays written by pre-eminent professionals in the field of human trafficking and forced labour in the UK. Each essay brings a different perspective from within the UK on the topic, offering a greater understanding of key issues such as victims' rights and the consequences of trafficking for the individual. Chapters include the identification of victims of trafficking, the care and support needs of victims, child trafficking, trafficking in Scotland and Northern Ireland, international duties on the State regarding trafficked vicims, the right to compensation, the non-criminalisation of victims of trafficking and the criminal prosecution of traffickers.
AIRE Centre staff members Saadiya Chaudary and Adam Weiss co-authored a chapter of the book on European law and the rights of trafficking victims.
The book's General Editor is Parosha Chandran, an award-winning human rights barrister at 1 Pump Court who is a co-founder of the Trafficking Law and Policy Forum, an educational think-tank on human trafficking in the UK.
You can purchase the book here.

This week marks the publication of The Human Trafficking Handbook, a collection of original essays written by pre-eminent professionals in the field of human trafficking and forced labour in the UK. Each essay brings a different perspective from within the UK on the topic, offering a greater understanding of key issues such as victims' rights and the consequences of trafficking for the individual. Chapters include the identification of victims of trafficking, the care and support needs of victims, child trafficking, trafficking in Scotland and Northern Ireland, international duties on the State regarding trafficked vicims, the right to compensation, the non-criminalisation of victims of trafficking and the criminal prosecution of traffickers.

AIRE Centre staff members Saadiya Chaudary and Adam Weiss co-authored a chapter of the book on European law and the rights of trafficking victims.

The book's General Editor is Parosha Chandran, an award-winning human rights barrister at 1 Pump Court who is a co-founder of the Trafficking Law and Policy Forum, an educational think-tank on human trafficking in the UK.
You can purchase the book here.

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