Human Rights Standards for the Treatment of Trafficked Persons

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Source: 
Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women
Date: 
1999
Category: 
1|Services
2|Awareness
Origin: 
2|International
Summary: 
These Standards are drawn from international human rights instruments and formally-recognized international legal norms. They aim to protect and promote respect for the human rights of individuals who have been victims of trafficking, including those who have been subjected to involuntary servitude, forced labour and/or slavery-like practices. The Standards protect the rights of trafficked persons by providing them with an effective legal remedy, legal protection, non-discriminatory treatment, and restitution, compensation and rehabilitation.