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  1. Irene Choo says:

    Dear Kathryn and Caroline,

    Thank you very much for providing such rich resources of valuable research and insights on human trafficking.

    We wish to share two of your articles, namely “Signing on the dotted line: examining operational indicators of trafficking” Part 1: Contract Abuse & Part 2: Contract Substitution written by Mr John Gee with our audience at stoptraffickingsg.wordpress.com. Acknowledgment of the source and original author will be provided accordingly.

    The WordPress is an integral part of the campaign StopTraffickingSg that was set up this year to petition and seek support for the inclusion of victim’s rights in the proposed bill for prevention of trafficking to be presented in the Singapore parliament in Nov 2014. It is a joint initiative of six NGOs in Singapore, AWARE, Healthserve, HOME, TWC2, MARUAH and UN Women.

    Once again, thank you for providing the platform and access for great research papers.

    Best Regards,
    Irene Choo
    (Content Team at StopTraffickingSg)

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