ADDENDUM to the call for papers for the Anti-Trafficking Review, Issue 2, Special Issue: Human Rights at the Border
**DEBATE SECTION SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 15 JANUARY 2013
The Anti-Trafficking Review is interested in the role of border controls in anti-trafficking responses. Issue 2 of the journal will include a 'Debate' section specifically looking at how borders and national security measures make migration more expensive and difficult, increasing risks, and, conversely, how aspects of border interventions may prevent trafficking and uphold human rights. Debate contributors are asked to write on the positive and/or negative implications (including but not limited to human rights) of the following part of Article 11 of the Trafficking Protocol and Article 7 of the Council of Europe Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings: “States Parties shall strengthen, to the extent possible, such border controls as may be necessary to prevent and detect trafficking in persons.” What should be the role for border controls in the anti-trafficking response, if there should be one at all?