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Hilf, M., Anzenberger, P., Opferrechte: Die Stellung des Opfers im Strafverfahren (2008) – no link available

UNHCR, Guidelines on Determining the Best Interests of the Child, Geneva, 2008

FRA (European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights), Child Trafficking in the European Union – challenges, perspectives and good practices (2009)

Lef?-IBF, Jahresberichte 2008, 2009, Vienna 2009, 2010

Lef?-IBF, Quality standards for risk assessment and the safe return and reintegration of trafficked persons, Vienna, 2011

Academic Network for Legal Studies on Immigration and Asylum in Europe, Directive 2004/81 Victims of Trafficking Synthesis Report (2010)

Nowak, M., FRA Thematic Study on Child Trafficking, Austria (2008)

Stalford, H./Sax, H./et al, FRA Study on Developing indicators for the protection, respect and promotion of the rights of the child in the European Union (Conference edition), FRA Vienna, 2010

Planitzer, J./Sax, H., Combating Trafficking in Human Beings for Labour Exploitation in Austria, in Rijken (ed.) Combating Trafficking in Human Beings for Labour Exploitation, Nijmegen, 2010, 3 et seq

Planitzer, J., Probst, E., Unterlerchner, B., Steiner, B., COMP.ACT Austria, Possibilities to Obtain Compensation for Trafficked Persons in Austria, Vienna, 2011

Sax, H., Children’s Rights in the Constitution – now what? (Kinderrechte in der Verfassung – was nun?) in Zeitschrift f?r Ehe- und Familienrecht (EF-Z), 2011, 204-210 – no link available