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Defending Rights, Securing Justice.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Journal of International Criminal Justice; May2016, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p343-362, 20p

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Abstract: Copyright of Journal of International Criminal Justice is the property of Oxford University Press / USA and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written permission. Ho...

Annex 1: Forced labour cases in destination countries.

Publication Type: Report

Source(s): Forced Labour & Trafficking in Europe: How People are Trapped in, Live Through & Come Out; 2008, p39-43, 5p

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Abstract: Tables are presented that list data on forced labor cases in destination countries including Germany, France, and Hungary.

6. Resistance of migrants and the role of state regulations.

Publication Type: Report

Source(s): Forced Labour & Trafficking in Europe: How People are Trapped in, Live Through & Come Out; 2008, p34-37, 4p

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Abstract: This section focuses on the important role of state authority in enforcing regulations and the existence of structures, such as trade unions, non-government organization and inspections, in helping migrant workers exit from exploitation and abuse. Case...

4. The continuum of exploitation: From sub-standard working conditions to forced labour.

Publication Type: Report

Source(s): Forced Labour & Trafficking in Europe: How People are Trapped in, Live Through & Come Out; 2008, p22-29, 8p

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Abstract: This section examines data from the destination countries of migrant workers in order to support the argument that forced labor has to be understood as a process and not as a static relationship between workers and employers. Forms of coercion are anal...

3. Migration and trafficking - a lucrative business for intermediaries.

Publication Type: Report

Source(s): Forced Labour & Trafficking in Europe: How People are Trapped in, Live Through & Come Out; 2008, p16-21, 6p

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Abstract: This section analyzes the role of intermediaries in facilitating the link between the supply and demand in the global migrant labor industry. The typology of the different types of recruiters, either public or private, their services and modus operandi...

1. Methodology.

Publication Type: Report

Source(s): Forced Labour & Trafficking in Europe: How People are Trapped in, Live Through & Come Out; 2008, p5-10, 6p

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Abstract: This section describes the design and methodology of the Special Action Programme to Combat Forced Labour (SAP-FL) research program on forced labor practices as a result of human trafficking particularly in Europe. The author explains that the research...

2. Poverty or relative deprivation? Understanding the supply side.

Publication Type: Report

Source(s): Forced Labour & Trafficking in Europe: How People are Trapped in, Live Through & Come Out; 2008, p11-15, 5p

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Abstract: This section examines data from the supply side of migrant workers to support the argument that potential migrants with a relatively poor socio-economic background coming from poor countries and having low levels of education are more prone to fall pre...

Designing Trafficking Research from a Labour Market Perspective: The ILO Experience1.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): International Migration; 2005, Vol. 43 Issue 1/2, p55-73, 19p

Abstract: Provides an overview of current research on human trafficking. Efforts of the International Labour Organization to develop a better understanding of the labor dimensions of human trafficking; Factors contributing to trafficking for sexual or labor expl...

Introduction.

Publication Type: Report

Source(s): Forced Labour & Trafficking in Europe: How People are Trapped in, Live Through & Come Out; 2008, p1-3, 3p

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Abstract: An introduction to the working paper "Forced labour and trafficking in Europe: how people are trapped in, live through and come out," by Beate Andrees is presented.

Conclusions.

Publication Type: Report

Source(s): Forced Labour & Trafficking in Europe: How People are Trapped in, Live Through & Come Out; 2008, p38-40, 3p

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Abstract: This section presents the conclusions of the International Labour Office (ILO) research project on forced labor practices as a result of human trafficking particularly in Europe. The author notes that results of the research confirm the initial hypothe...

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