01 September 2011

Human Trafficking, with a Focus on Complementary Protection

Corruption and Human Trafficking (Transparency International, 2011) [access via UN.GIFT]

Evaluation of the International Organization for Migration and its Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking (Norad, Feb. 2011) [access]
- See links to report and annexes.

The Fight against Trafficking in Selected SEM and EU States (Consortium for Applied Research on International Migration, 2011) [text]
- "This report tries to give an insight into what case law on trafficking and exploitation has told us about implementation of trafficking legislation, focusing especially on the Mediterranean Region."

Responding to Protection Gaps in Malaysia's Anti-Human Trafficking Policies, NTS Alert (Centre for Non-Traditional Security Studies, Aug. 2011) [text]


"Complementary Protection for Victims of Human Trafficking under the European Convention on Human Rights," Göttingen Journal of International Law, Forthcoming (2011) [abstract]

"Protecting Victims of Human Trafficking within a 'Non-Refoulement' Framework: Is Complementary Protection an Effective Alternative in Canada and Australia?," International Journal of Refugee Law, vol. 23, no. 3 (Oct. 2011) [abstract]

A Study of the Protection Afforded to Persons at Risk of Trafficking by Article 1A(2) of the Geneva Convention Regarding the Status of Refugees (1951) as Amended by the Protocol Relating to the Status of Refugees (1967) (Univ. of Gothenburg, Aug. 2010) [text]
- "considers protection for trafficking victims under the Refugee Convention and concludes that it 'may sometimes prove more fruitful to claim complementary protection under the European Union Refugee Qualification Directive or Art. 3 European Convention of Human Rights'."

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