*Human Trafficking: Should be a Recognized Ground for Asylum (Birdsong's Law Blog, March 2013) [text]
"Human Trafficking: The Case of Burmese Refugees in Thailand," International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, Latest Articles, 31 Jan. 2013 [abstract]
The Limits of Refugee Law: Human Trafficking and Challenges to the International Protection Regime, London, 21 Feb. 2013 [info] [video]
Reflections on Thailand (2): Linking Statelessness and Trafficking in Persons (Statelessness Programme Blog, March 2013) [text]
*Refugees and the Rashaida: Human Smuggling and Trafficking from
Eritrea to Sudan and Egypt, New Issues in Refugee Research, no. 254 (UNHCR, March 2013) [text]
Report by Maria Grazia Giammarinaro, OSCE Special Representative and
Co-ordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings, Following her Visit to Ireland from 30 January to 02 February 2012, Doc. No. SEC.GAL/246/12 (OSCE, Feb. 2013) [text]
- See also related press release, which notes that the report found "that up to 60% of trafficking victims are being denied full entitlements and benefits as they are treated solely as asylum seekers... ."
"Ruthless Kidnapping Rings Reach from Desert Sands to U.S. Cities," Wall Street Journal, 1 March 2013 [text]
- Above graphic accompanies article.
"Trafficking Risks for Refugees," Societies Without Borders, vol. 7, no. 1 (2012) [full-text]
- See also earlier conference paper version.