CONTENTS: EDITOR'S NOTES, page 3. DISCUSSION: Introduction: Human security, people trafficking and development / Pamela Thomas, page 4. FEATURES: DEFINING PEOPLE TRAFFICKING - Strengthening national responses to the crime of trafficking: Obstacles, responsibilities and opportunities / Anne Gallagher, page 8. INTERNATIONAL RESPONSES TO TRAFFICKING - The United Nations and the Global Programme against Trafficking / Burkhard Dammann and Paul Williams, page 13. Discord within consensus: The UN trafficking instruments / Paul Williams, page 18. The trafficking of children: Re-thinking the issues through a human rights lens / Sharon Bessell, page 22. Trafficking, corruption and human rights: Migrant workers caught in the cycle / Kathy Richards, page 27. Combating trafficking in persons through the Bali Process / Caroline Millar, page 32. What do we need to know? Improving the evidence base on trafficking in human beings in the Asia-Pacific region / Toni Makkai and Rob McCusker, page 36. Transnational networking for detection and law enforcement / Shane Wright, page 43. Issues of corruption and crime: Transnational crime syndicates and trafficking / Rob McCusker, page 48. The illicit business of human trafficking: A discussion on demand / Brian Iselin, page 53. Best practice strategy in the support, protection, reintegration and rehabilitation of victims of trafficking / Judith Dixon, page 57. THE AUSTRALIAN EXPERIENCE - Australia as a destination country for trafficking / Kerry Carrington, page 61. Knowing the road: Law reform, legal decisions and understanding the journeys of women trafficked to Australia for prostitution / Georgina Costello and Hui Zhou, page 65. Australia's anti-trafficking measures / Richard Fairbrother, Felicia ]ohnston and Margaret Joseph, page 71. People trafficking and development: Issues for Australia's aid program / Murray Proctor, page 76. Sites of vulnerability, gendered violence and trafficking of women and girls for prostitution / Sallie Yea, page 78. CASE STUDIES - Study of the SAARC Convention on Trafficking as an initiative to combat trafficking in South Asia / Swagata Raha, page 83. Risking one's life: Trafficking of women and children and migrant workers in Indonesia / lwu Dwisetyani Utomo, page 87. Indonesia: Trafficking and counter-trafficking issues / Sri Moertiningsih Adioetomo, page 94. Challenges in eliminating sex trafficking: Victim control mechanisms and compensation in South Korea / Sallie Yea, page 99. Living in silence and shattering hope: Burmese women and children in trafficking / Ma Khin Mar Mar Kyi, page 104. Prevention, victim support and rehabilitation: The Philippine experience of rescue operations and protection / Aida F Santos, page 109. People trafficking: Discussion and key issues from the symposium round table, page 113. The United Nations Toolkit on Trafficking in Persons / Judith Dixon, page 116. UPDATE: Aid in the Pacific: What works and why? / Vijay Naidu, page 117. Market mechanisms in development assistance / Pierre Huetter, page 125. VIEWPOINT: Negotiating competing claims and managing security in multi-ethnic states: Federalism as a way forward / Edward Vrkic, page 129. FROM THE FIELD: Rural women and informal credit: Experience from Calais and Julesburg, South Africa / Mukole Kongolo, page 133. PUBLICATIONS: New books, page 137. Book review, page 140. Journals, page 141. Reports, page 142. RESOURCES: Organisations and programs, page 143. Web resources, page 145.
ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, Resource Management in Asia Pacific Program; AusAID; Australian Attorney General's Department; Australian Federal Police; Australian Institute of Criminology; National Institute of Social Sciences and Law