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Anti-Trafficking Review Issue1 Vol 06.2012

Anti-Trafficking Review Issue1 Vol 06.2012

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Published by Kate Zen
Published annually by the Global Alliance Against Trafficking in Woman, 2012
Published annually by the Global Alliance Against Trafficking in Woman, 2012

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GUEST EDITOR
DR ANNE GALLAGHER 
EDITORIAL TEAM
CAROLINE ROBINSONREBECCA NAPIER-MOOREALFIE GORDO
The
 ANTI-TRAFFICKING REVIEW 
ispublishedbytheGlobalAlliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW),an alliance of over 100 NGOs worldwide focused on advancing the humanrights of migrants and trafficked persons.The
 Anti-Trafficking Review 
promotes a human rights-basedapproach to human trafficking. It explores trafficking in itsbroader context including gender analyses and intersectionswith labour and migrant rights. It offers an outlet and spacefor dialogue between academics, practitioners and advocatesseeking to communicate new ideas and findings to thoseworking for and with trafficked persons.The
Review 
is primarily an e-journal, published annually. Thejournal presents rigorously considered, peer-reviewed materialin clear English. Each issue relates to an emerging or overlookedtheme in the field of human trafficking.Articles contained in the
Review 
represent the views of therespective authors and not necessarily those of the GAATWnetwork or its members. The editorial team reserves the rightto edit all articles before publication.All rights reserved. No part of this publication may bereproduced in any form without prior permission of thepublisher.
Copyright2012 by theGLOBAL ALLIANCE AGAINST TRAFFIC IN WOMENP.O. Box 36, Bangkok Noi Post Office10700 Bangkok, ThailandWebsite: www.antitraffickingreview.org
antitrafficking
review
 
ANTI-TRAFFICKING REVIEW
Issue 1, June 2012
2
Editorial
10
Measuring the Success of Counter-TraffickingInterventions in the Criminal Justice Sector: Whodecides—and how?
 Anne T. Gallagher and Rebecca Surtees
31
GRETA’s First Years of Work: Review of the monitoring ofimplementation of the
Council of Europe Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings Julia Planitzer 
43
Accountable to Whom? Accountable for What?Understanding anti-child trafficking discourse and policyin southern Benin
Neil Howard 
60
The Road to Effective Remedies: Pragmatic reasons fortreating cases of “sex trafficking” in the Australian sexindustry as a form of “labour trafficking”
Frances Simmons and Fiona David 
80
Using Human Rights to Hold the US Accountable for itsAnti-Sex Trafficking Agenda: The Universal PeriodicReview and new directions for US policy
Kari Lerum, Kiesha McCurtis, Penelope Saunders, and Stphanie Wahab
104
A Lie More Disastrous than the Truth: Asylum and theidentification of trafficked women in the UK
 Abigail Stepnitz 
DEBATE SECTION
122
Sex Trafficking, Law Enforcement and PerpetratorAccountability
Holly Burkhalter 
134
Accountability and the Use of Raids to Fight Trafficking
Melissa Ditmore and Juhu Thukral
149
‘We have the right not to be “rescued”…’: When anti-trafficking programmes undermine the health and well-being of sex workers
 Aziza Ahmed and Meena Seshu

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