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Care and Support for Adult Victims of Trafficking in Human Beings: A Review

Published: 18 Oct 2012
Part of:
Research
ISBN:
9781782561460

A Review examining the care and support needs of victims of human trafficking and what works to meet those needs, including a consideration of Scottish provision.

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Care and Support for Adult Victims of Trafficking in Human Beings: A Review
References

49 page PDF

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References

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