Heli Askola's Legal responses to trafficking in women for sexual PDF
By Heli Askola
The phenomenon of trafficking in girls for sexual exploitation, which within the final decade has replaced from a marginal 'non-issue' to a valid drawback in lots of components of the area, has get to grips via newspaper assurance, and now, eventually, legislators and legislations enforcement organizations have started to behave. In Europe many ecu Member States now have (or are constructing) at the very least a few type of anti-trafficking policies (with a few of them within the vanguard of worldwide anti-trafficking efforts). furthermore, the european itself has develop into markedly extra energetic with reference to curtailing trafficking in humans, as. Read more...
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Feminism, prostitution and trafficking: a posh technique --
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Trafficking as abnormal migration --
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Extra resources for Legal responses to trafficking in women for sexual exploitation in the European Union
See also N Walker, ‘Culture, Democracy and the Convergence of Public Law: Some Scepticisms about Scepticism’ in Beaumont, Lyons and Walker (eds), above n 28, who notes Legrand’s consciousness of the vulnerability of his cultural claim vis-à-vis internal strife within that same culture, at 264–5. 41 Legrand, above n 34, at 77–8. 42 See Walker, above n 40, at 258. 43 Harlow, above n 28, at 210. (B) Askola Ch1 8/2/07 11:15 Page 13 Introduction 13 will be discussed below, between Sweden and the Netherlands), as well as within them.
This book will thus particularly concentrate on anti-trafficking measures in three jurisdictions which currently have differing approaches: Sweden, the 46 For brief summaries of the ‘traditional’ approaches to prostitution and their problems see, eg, L Brussa, Survey on Prostitution, Migration and Traffic in Women: History and Current Situation (Strasbourg, Council of Europe, 1991), at 6–10; N van der Vleuten, Survey on ‘Traffic in Women’. Policies and Policy-Research in an International Context (Leiden, Research and Documentation Centre Women and Autonomy, 1991), at 17–22.
See also B Markesinis, Foreign Law and Comparative Methodology: A Subject and a Thesis (Oxford, Hart, 1997). 31 G de Groot, ‘European Education in the 21st Century’ in B de Witte and C Forder (eds), The Common Law of Europe and the Future of Legal Education (Deventer, Kluwer, 1992), 7–11. About convergence in public law, see Beaumont, Lyons and Walker (eds), above n 28. Certainly in the areas of migration policy and criminal law convergence debates have been increasing especially since the adoption of the Amsterdam Treaty.