Restoring Juvenile Trafficking Victims in Society and in Families

As the Oxford group studies in the United Kingdom students are working through course materials on Immigration Policy and Family Law (while enjoying life at Oxford!). We have been considering key questions such as how to restore children to their families when caught in immigration quandries, and the tragedy of human trafficking when children are left behind by deported parents.

Alana Martinez, Regent Law Juris Doctor Candidate 2012, has researched various State law focused toward restoring such child victims. While surveying the available remedies, her work provides a framework for States to follow as they work to restore children's lives who have been victimized by human trafficking. Read her excellent article here.

Family restoration is possible when State's consider practical strategies to protect children, both before in prevention and after in healing, even in circumstances that take horrendous advantage of their vulnerability.

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