Combating Human Trafficking: An Analysis of International and Domestic Legislations
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Human trafficking is a crime that has devastating impacts on all societies worldwide. Law enforcement and security organisations often encounter many obstacles in their endeavours to combat this crime. Effective measures to tackle human trafficking necessitate the fusion of a wide range of factors which together could produce the desired impact. One of such measures concerns both international and domestic legislations that are fundamental components of any anti-trafficking strategy. Therefore, considering their importance, this paper aims to examine the most notable international instruments as well as the UK’s domestic legislation, namely the Modern Slavery Act 2015, used to combat human trafficking. Based on the findings of this analysis, the paper also provides a set of actionable recommendations with a view to addressing some of the gaps and shortcomings identified in these legislations.
Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications;
Montasari, R., Jahankhani, H. and Carrol, F. (2021) 'Combating Human Trafficking: An Analysis of International and Domestic Legislations', In Information Security Technologies for Controlling Pandemics (pp. 135-149). Springer, Cham.
Chapter published in Information Security Technologies for Controlling Pandemics, part of the book series Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications
Cardiff Metropolitan University (Grant ID: Cardiff Metropolian (Internal))
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