Forced Migration Review 25 Online-People Trafficking: Upholding Rights and Understanding Vulnerabilities
Monday, June 5, 2006 10:40 AM

The latest issue of Forced Migration Review (FMR 25) includes a major feature on People trafficking: upholding rights and understanding vulnerabilities. The 72-page issue – produced in full colour for the first time – includes 22 articles on trafficking-related issues from a range of UN agencies, civil society and human rights organisations, government agencies, NGOs and researchers, plus 15 articles on other subjects including: return and reintegration in Sudan, ongoing conflict in Darfur, the Pinheiro Principles, the UN's ‘cluster’ approach, ‘environmental’ refugees, Sahrawis, HIV/AIDS, the female condom and local integration. 

FMR25 can be accessed free of charge, either as a single pdf (2.4mb) or by individual article. Hard copies of the English edition are now available - and will be followed by Arabic, French and Spanish editions.  If you would like to receive a hard copy for your organisation, or multiple copies for forthcoming conferences, please contact the Editors with details. We will need your full postal address and indication of how many copies and which language issue you require. (Please note that if you usually receive a hard copy of FMR, there is no need to send an additional request.)
The Editors would like to thank Bandana Pattanaik, coordinator of the Global Alliance Against Trafficking in Women (GAATW), for her invaluable assistance with the issue. The production and distribution costs of this issue have been supported by grants from Hivos (through GAATW International Secretariat), the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs and the UN Inter-Agency Project on Human Trafficking in the Greater Mekong Sub-region (UNIAP).