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Inquiry into Slavery, Slavery-like conditions and People Trafficking

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Report

On Monday, 24 June 2013, the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade tabled its report on the inquiry into Slavery, Slavery-like conditions and People Trafficking entitled Trading Lives: Modern Day Human Trafficking.

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This report is comprised of preliminary pages, 7 chapters and 10 appendices.

TRADING LIVES: MODERN DAY HUMAN TRAFFICKING

Preliminary pages (PDF 176KB)
Contents, Foreword, Committee Membership, Terms of Reference, List of Abbreviations and List of Recommendations

Chapter 1 (PDF 63KB)
Introduction

Chapter 2 (PDF 130KB)
Definitions of slavery, slavery-like practices and people trafficking

Chapter 3 (PDF 171KB)
Current extent of slavery and people trafficking in Australia

Chapter 4 (PDF 189KB)
Australia's response to people trafficking

Chapter 5 (PDF 246KB)
Support for victims of trafficking and slavery

Chapter 6 (PDF 194KB)
Exploitation in product supply chains

Chapter 7 (PDF 182KB)
Community perceptions on international best practice

Appendix A (PDF 43KB)
List of Submissions

Appendix B (PDF 74KB)
List of Exhibits

Appendix C (PDF 53KB)
Witnesses who appeared at public hearings

Appendix D (PDF 285KB)
Total number and type of offences charged where an offence under Division 270 or Division 271 of the Criminal Code was the primary offence

Appendix E (PDF 276KB)
Summary by region of offences under Division 270 and 271 of the Criminal Code and related offences referred by AFP to CDPP

Appendix F (PDF 88KB)
A list of relevant AusAID NGO Cooperation Program activities for 2012-2013

Appendix G (PDF 113KB)
A list of relevant AusAID Human Rights Grants Scheme projects for 2012-2013

Appendix H (PDF 165KB)
Summary of convictions for Divisions 270 and 271 of the Criminal Code and related offences prosecuted by the CDPP

Appendix I (PDF 199KB)
Summary of assistance under the Support for Trafficked People Program

Appendix J (PDF 29KB)
List of goods produced with high risk of forced labour or child labour by country

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