Monday, April 15, 2013

Slavery: the case for compensation | Global Development Professionals Network | Guardian Professional

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Most European countries provide the right to compensation for trafficking victims from perpetrators and the state, but few receive any. Photograph: Andy Clark/Reuters
The Council of Europe's 2005 anti-trafficking convention gives people who have suffered the ultimate indignity of being sold and exploited as commodities the chance to stand up and demand justice for the unspeakable wrongs they have suffered.

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