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ASEAN Handbook on International Legal Cooperation in Trafficking in Persons Cases

ASEAN Handbook on International Legal Cooperation in Trafficking in Persons Cases

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Published by ASEAN
Over the past several years, there has been increasing awareness and recognition amongst ASEAN
Member States, of the need for an effective and coordinated response to trafficking in persons (TIP).
The crime of trafficking in this region, as in all others, is often transnational in both commission and
effect. Suspects, victims and evidence can be located in two or more countries, further complicating the
investigation and prosecution of an already complex crime. International and ASEAN standards are clear
on the point that laws, policies and processes should ensure there are no safe havens for traffickers or
their assets.
Over the past several years, there has been increasing awareness and recognition amongst ASEAN
Member States, of the need for an effective and coordinated response to trafficking in persons (TIP).
The crime of trafficking in this region, as in all others, is often transnational in both commission and
effect. Suspects, victims and evidence can be located in two or more countries, further complicating the
investigation and prosecution of an already complex crime. International and ASEAN standards are clear
on the point that laws, policies and processes should ensure there are no safe havens for traffickers or
their assets.

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ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN NATIONS
ASEAN Handbook 
 on International Legal Cooperationin Trafficking in Persons Cases
 
Published August 2010.
The Associaon of Southeast Asian Naons (ASEAN) was established on 8 August 1967.The Member States of the Associaon are Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia,Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Viet Nam.
For inquiries, contact:
 
Public Aairs Oce
 
The ASEAN Secretariat
 
70A Jalan Sisingamangaraja
 
Jakarta 12110, IndonesiaPhone: (6221) 724-3372, 726-2991
 
Fax: (6221) 739-8234, 724-3504
 
Email: public@aseansec.org
 
ASEAN website: hp://www.aseansec.orgThis publicaon was supported by the Asia Regional Tracking in Persons Project, an Australian Government,AusAID iniave, and the United Naons Oce on Drugs and Crime.
 
The Asia Regional Tracking in Persons Project is managed by Cardno Emerging Markets (Australia).
 
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Acknowledgements
This Handbook was wrien by Pauline David, Fiona David and Anne Gallagher. Andrea Zakarias andClaire Meam provided valuable editorial and research assistance. The authors wish to acknowledge thecontribuon of the members of the peer-review group convened to review an earlier dra drawn fromthe United Naons Oce on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the Organisaon for Economic Co-operaonand Development (OECD), and the Australian Aorney-General’s Department. Thanks are also dueto the parcipants of a regional Workshop, convened by the Associaon of Southeast Asian Naons(ASEAN), with the support of UNODC, in November 2009. That Workshop brought together praconersfrom all ten ASEAN Member States and generated important informaon and insights that have beenincorporated into the present document.The development of this Handbook was supported by the Australian Agency for InternaonalDevelopment, AusAID, through the Asia Regional Tracking in Persons Project (ARTIP). The viewsexpressed should not, however, be taken to reect those of the Australian Government or of AusAID.
 

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