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The British Institute of International and Comparative Law, have now published their research on ‘Determinants of Anti-Trafficking Efforts,’available at:
Outputs include the main report, an executive summary,
recommendations as well as a series of case study reports.
The depth of the research and nuance of analysis has been achieved
as a result of the insights shared by the many anti-trafficking stakeholders
engaged with over the course of the project.
Over the next months, the BIICL will continue to work on Anti-Trafficking
issues  at BIICL. This includes work on the Non-Punishment Principle,
on the impact of lack of legal advice on trafficked persons, on
identification of trafficked persons, on labour rights in the informal
sector in Asia and the delivery of training  on international
migration law and international labour law.
Further information at: