People trafficking

upholding rights and understanding vulnerabilities
FMR 25
May 2006

This issue debates the impact of human trafficking on women, children and men whose human rights have been violated by this criminal practice, and presents case studies of countries and approaches.

The production and distribution costs of this issue have been supported by grants from the Global Alliance Against Traffic on Women (GAATW), the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs and the UN Inter-Agency Project on Human Trafficking in the Greater Mekong Sub-region (UNIAP).

The issue also includes a range of articles on other aspects of forced migration.

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