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タイトル: Is the anti-trafficking framework really for the 'victims'? : reflections on Burmese victims of human trafficking and non-trafficked migrants in Thailand
著者: Yamada, Miwa
山田, 美和
キーワード: Myanmar
Thailand
International crime
Legal system
Human rights
Migration
Human trafficking
Anti-trafficking
Framework
Law
Issue Date: 2011
出版者: Institute of Developing Economies, JETRO
引用: IDE Discussion Paper. No. 289. 2011.
抄録: Since the year 2000 when the Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children, human trafficking has been regarded as one of the egregious violations of human rights, and global efforts have been made to eradicate it. The anti-trafficking framework has multiple dimensions, and the way the anti-trafficking framework is constructed influences its impact on the victims and non-trafficked migrants. This paper will analyze the impact of the anti-trafficking framework on the experiences of Burmese victims and non-trafficked migrants in Thailand. I will question the conventional framework of anti-trafficking, and seek to construct a framework more appropriate for addressing victims' actual needs. In conclusion, the anti-trafficking framework should serve the best interest of the victim; still, it should not be one which might adversely affect the interest of the would-be victim who is not identified as a victim according to the law.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2344/1073
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