VICTIMS OF TRAFFICKING IN HUMAN BEINGS AND THEIR BASIC RIGHTS: IT CANNOT BE FORGOTTEN, BUT IT CAN BE SUPPRESSED

Stanojoska, Angelina and Nikolova, Kristina (2012) VICTIMS OF TRAFFICKING IN HUMAN BEINGS AND THEIR BASIC RIGHTS: IT CANNOT BE FORGOTTEN, BUT IT CAN BE SUPPRESSED. Криминалистичко – полициска академија – Белград, Република Србија Фондација „Ханс Зајдел“, Belgrade, Serbia. ISBN 978-86-7020-219-1

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Abstract

During the XX century when modern slavery became a topic of international interest, the international community worked on many documents in which countries tried to prepare a definition that will completely describe the trafficking process, to press the member countries to criminalize the act of trafficking in human beings and to “choose” who can be a victim of this phenomenon. The beginning of the XXI century was and still is under the influence of the Protocol of Palermo in which for the first time, the victims get the central “role” in one worldwide document. Five years later, using the Protocol as a starting point, the Council of Europe “gave” life to a Convention that deeply explains the rights and needs of the victims of trafficking in human beings. This paper focuses on the victim side of the modern slavery, it speaks about the basic rights of the victims, analyses the obligations for the member countries of the Protocol of Palermo and the Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings, and also dedicates a part to the Republic of Macedonia, its legislative connected to this area, the obligations of Macedonian police and the other institutions during the contacts with victims of trafficking in human beings. Keywords: human rights, police, trafficking in human beings, victims

Item Type: Book
Subjects: Scientific Fields (Frascati) > Social Sciences > Other social sciences
Divisions: Faculty of Law
Depositing User: Mr Mladen Kradzoski
Date Deposited: 26 Mar 2019 18:36
Last Modified: 26 Mar 2019 18:36
URI: http://eprints.uklo.edu.mk/id/eprint/1739

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