The United Nations Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons1 requires states parties (including the United Kingdom):
(1) to prevent and combat trafficking in persons (paying particular attention to women and children)2;
(2) to protect and assist the victims of such trafficking3;
(3) to promote cooperation among states parties in order to meet the objectives referred to above4;
(4) to criminalise trafficking in persons and related conduct5;
(5) to assist and protect victims of trafficking6; and
(6) to establish and implement policies7 to prevent trafficking and to protect victims of trafficking8.
The Council of Europe Convention on Action
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