Trafficking in Persons in Australia
This book identifies and analyses reported and suspected cases of trafficking in persons in all its forms, including trafficking of women into the sex industry and into domestic servitude, child trafficking, and labour trafficking.
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• Easteal (ed.), Women and the Law in Australia, 2010
• Flynn, Garkawe and Holt, Human Rights: Treaties Statutes and Cases, 2011