This paper focuses on the specifics of labour exploitation, particularly the identification, prevention and prosecution of offenders with the final goal of preventing trafficking and bringing justice for victims. The text is based on the 3rd and 5th Alliance in Trafficking in Persons Conferences and aims to assist participating States in the development and implementation of national anti-trafficking policy in compliance with OSCE commitments and other international obligations.

Human Trafficking for Labour Exploitation/Forced and Bonded Labour: Identification - Prevention - Prosecution; and Prosecution of Offenders, Justice for Victims - Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, 2008 DOWNLOAD

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