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Council of Europe. (2008). Recommendations on Identification and Referral to Services of Victims of Trafficking in Human Beings. 17 p. A human rights centered approach requires early identification and assistance to victims of trafficking in human beings. Identification is crucial to ensure both the protection of the rights of trafficked persons, and successful prosecution of the traffickers. http://www.childtrafficking.com/Docs/council_eur_08_rec_identi_0408.pdf

European Parliament. (2005). Study on National Legislation on Prostitution and the Trafficking in Women and Children. 175 p. "The goal of the study presented in this Report was to highlight the impact that prostitution related policies have on the number of women and children trafficked and on the manners of their exploitation, i.e. to underline the correlations between the legislation typologies/models on prostitution in force in the European Union Member States and the differences found in the number of women and children who have been trafficked and in the ways of their exploitation." http://www.childtrafficking.com/Docs/europe_parl_05_nat_legislation_0108.pdf

Asia Against Child Trafficking (ACT). (2007). Protecting the Rights and Dignity of the Trafficked Children in Southeast Asia. 132 p. The report includes three main documents: the Proposed Guidelines for the Protection of the Rights of Trafficked Children in South East; proposed changes made by the Senior Officials for Social Welfare and Development of the ASEAN, which are highlighted and a comparative analysis evaluating the two documents with explanatory notes. The comparative analysis also includes some related experiences and examples in relation to specific provisions gathered from different sources. http://www.childtrafficking.com/Docs/asiaacts_07_total_0708.pdf

Saito, K. (2007). International protection for trafficked persons and those who fear being trafficked. 29 p. "Of a particular concern are the trafficked persons who are unable to return to their countries for fear of further human rights violations. They may fear retribution in the hands of the former traffickers, risk being re-trafficked, or be stigmatized or ostracized for having been involved in prostitution." http://www.childtrafficking.com/Docs/saito_unhcr_0708.pdf

Save the Children Europe Group. (2007). Position Paper on Preventing and Responding to Trafficking of Children in Europe. 25 p. This Paper represents the Internal SC/SCEP framework for formulating and pursuing shared advocacy goals in the field of trafficking of children in Europe. http://www.childtrafficking.com/Docs/save_child_07_trafficking_paper_0408.pdf

Center for Prevention of Trafficking in Women (2007). Regional Legal Best Practices in Assistance to Victims of Human Trafficking. 69 p. Moldova: The handbook is structured in three chapters, which are presenting the reader general and theoretical aspects regarding the crime of trafficking, as well as a series of best practices, which could be 'borrowed' and applied by other countries in this region. http://www.childtrafficking.com/Docs/regional_legal_best_0708.pdf
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