Human Trafficking In Europe: Character, Causes and Consequences by Gillian Wylie

Human Trafficking In Europe: Character, Causes and Consequences

byGillian Wylie

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This book focuses on human trafficking in Europe for labour and sexual exploitation. It includes empirical work on trafficking throughout Europe, identifying underlying causes in globalisation, migration policies and gender inequality. It questions whether European responses-from policy makers or civil society are adequate to meet the challenge.

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GILLIAN WYLIE lectures in International Peace Studies at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. PENNY MCREDMOND is a lawyer who currently does freelance research for legal firms.
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Title:Human Trafficking In Europe: Character, Causes and ConsequencesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:230 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.02 inPublished:June 30, 2010Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230229093

ISBN - 13:9780230229099

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Table of Contents

PART I: TRAFFICKING AS CONTEMPORARY SLAVERY
Slavery, Globalisation and Unfree Labour: Anomaly or New Normality?; R.Munck
Shirking Responsibilities: Receiving Countries and the Structural Causes of Conflict Related Child Trafficking; D.Davitti
Theoretical Perspectives in Understanding Slavery: Past and Present Challenges; L.Arocha
PART II: HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN CONTEMPORARY EUROPE
The Phenomenon of Trafficking in Human Beings: the Case of Poland; M.Wisniewski
The Nature and Extent of Trafficking for Sexual Exploitation into Ireland; E.Ward & G.Wylie
Trafficking for sexual exploitation: Researching the Demand Side; M.Papantoniou-Frangouli & T.Moritz
Trafficking in Albania: The Present Reality; I.Poole
A Business of Supply and Demand: The Trafficking of Women and Girls from Russia and the Ukraine; C.Deighnan
Preventing Trafficking in Human Beings: The Case of Moldova; C.Nanu
PART III: ASSESSING EUROPEAN RESPONSES
Accessing Help and Services: Trafficking Survivors’ Experiences in the United Kingdom; A.Jobe
Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction: A Prosecutorial Tool to Combat Trafficking in Children from Albania; I.Farka
Defining Organised Crime in the Context of Human Trafficking; P.McRedmond
Perceptions of Trafficking for Forced Labour outside the sex industry: Consequences for Law Enforcement; M.Szulecka
The European Legal Response to Human Trafficking; C.Kenny