Legal Update: Treatment of trafficking victims

Kamena Dorling
Tuesday, August 6, 2013

A recent case makes important rulings about the treatment of child trafficking victims in criminal cases, says Kamena Dorling, policy and programmes manager, at Coram Children's Legal Centre.

Some victims of trafficking may suffer abuse or exploitation for years before coming to the attention of the authorities. Picture: Phil Adams/posed by model
Some victims of trafficking may suffer abuse or exploitation for years before coming to the attention of the authorities. Picture: Phil Adams/posed by model

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