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This chapter presents recommendations for prevention of trafficking of human beings from a human rights perspective. There are several steps which should be taken at the national, regional and international levels so as to facilitate a human rights framework to address trafficking of human beings. At the national level, States bear the primary responsibility to promote a human rights framework. The enforcement of human rights norms and principles at the national level can also be strengthened through the establishment of independent national human rights commissions. They have the potential not only to monitor the implementation of relevant human rights obligations relating to trafficking, but also to address complaints arising from non-compliance.

Keywords: human rights; trafficking



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