Comparative study of the legal provisions of the six countries in the Mekong sub-region with respect to trafficking in women and children

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Publication year:

2001

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English

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pdf (696.0 KiB)

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Save the Children International

This report has been undertaken as part of the International Save the Children Alliance, Southeast, East Asia and Pacific Region Regional Advocacy Plan and presents the findings of a comparative study of the relevant legal provisions of the six countries in the Mekong sub-region (i.e., Cambodia, Lao PDR, China, Thailand, Vietnam and Myanmar) concerning trafficking in women and children.

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