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Problems with the implementation of the due diligence standard from the perspective of countries of origin in the OSCE Region

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This chapter describes the broad trends in countries of origin by way of due diligence measures taken to address trafficking. By countries of origin it refers to those countries of origin in South Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) from which much of the experience of the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) in anti-trafficking derives. Under international law states have a responsibility to act with due diligence to (i) prohibit or prevent trafficking and related acts; (ii) investigate, prosecute and punish traffickers; and (iii) protect victims. The countries of origin with which the OSCE/ODIHR is concerned have all been subject to serious transformation in recent years, either as a result of conflict or changing political and economic systems. From the perspective of the OSCE there is no shortage of due diligence measures on trafficking.

Keywords: due diligence; OSCE; trafficking



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