Trafficking in Human Beings
Trafficking in human beings has become a serious global concern. International criminal groups, whose activities often include other forms of illicit trade such as smuggling of drugs and arms, often control trafficking in persons as well. In addition to abusing human rights, and violating labour and migration laws, trafficking in persons is also a problem of national and international security.
Trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery in which persons, most often women and girls, are forced, threatened, coerced, or deceived for the purpose of labor exploitation, sex work and servitude. Trafficking is an international problem involving almost every country in the world as either a source or destination country of trafficked persons.
Description of Trafficking in People in Latvia
The problem of trafficking in people was defined in the legislation of the Republic of Latvia only in 2002; consequently, it is a comparatively new problem, which is being solved actively.…
- Substantive and Procedural Principles of Administrative Law
- The EU Constitution
- Trafficking in Human Beings
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