Edited by Valsamis Mitsilegas, Saskia Hufnagel and Anton Moiseienko
Chapter 17: Legal perspectives on human trafficking
The international and regional legal framework created to combat trafficking is clearly in place. There are also legal definitions. It has moved from shameful beginnings to the detailed support for those who have been trafficked. Because of the breadth of the regional and international instruments and their recent date, it would be difficult to argue that such legislation is the product of ‘Western’ thought, and therefore it ought to be easier to harness the political will of all states to enforce legislation aimed at protecting some of the globe’s most vulnerable people.
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