Recommended Principles and Guidelines on Human Rights and Human Trafficking
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Recommended Principles and Guidelines on Human Rights and Human Trafficking

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The Recommended Principles and Guidelines have been developed in order to provide practical, rights-based policy guidance on the prevention of trafficking and the protection of victims of trafficking. The Commentary on the Recommended Principles and Guidelines on Human Rights and Human Trafficking aims at providing further concrete guidance on the prevention of human trafficking and the protection of victims of trafficking. States and intergovernmental organizations are encouraged to make use of the Principles and Guidelines, as well as the Commentary, in their own efforts to prevent trafficking and to protect the rights of trafficked persons.
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OHCHR would like to gratefully acknowledge the consultant who had primary responsibility for developing the Commentary, Anne Gallagher. OHCHR wishes to thank the individuals and organizations that provided comments, suggestions and support for the preparation of the Commentary, in particular Christine Chinkin, who undertook preliminary work on this subject in 2004, and Mara Bustelo and Jane Connors, who reviewed the manuscript for the OHCHR Publications Committee.
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