The International Law of Human Trafficking

@inproceedings{Gallagher2010TheIL,
  title={The International Law of Human Trafficking},
  author={Anne T. Gallagher},
  year={2010}
}
1. The international legal definition 2. The international legal framework 3. Specific legal issues 4. State responsibility for trafficking 5. Obligations of protection and support 6. Obligations related to repatriation and remedies 7. Obligations of an effective criminal justice response 8. Obligations to prevent trafficking and respond lawfully 9. Issues of compliance, implementation, and effectiveness. 

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