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What is Wrong with Human Trafficking?

Critical Perspectives on the Law

Editor(s): Rita Haverkamp, Ester Herlin-Karnell, Claes Lernestedt
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Published: 24-01-2019
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Edition: 1st
Extent: 240
ISBN: 9781509921522
Imprint: Hart Publishing
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About What is Wrong with Human Trafficking?

The overarching objective of this volume is to discuss and critique the legal regulation of human trafficking in national and transnational context. Specifically, discussion is needed not only with regard to the historical and philosophical points of departure for any criminalisation of trafficking, but also, regarding the societal and social framework, the empirical dimension such as existing statistics in the area, and the need for more data. The book combines descriptive and normative analyses of the crime of trafficking in human beings from a cross-legal perspective. Notwithstanding the enhanced interest for human trafficking in politics, the public and the media, a critical perspective such as the one pursued herewith has so far been largely absent. Against this background, this approach allows for theoretical findings to be addressed by pointing out and elaborating different, interdisciplinary conflicts and inconsistencies in the regulation of human trafficking. The book discusses the phenomenon of human trafficking critically from various angles, giving it 'shape' and showing how it comes to life in the legal regulation.

Table Of Contents

1. Introduction
Rita Haverkamp, Ester Herlin-Karnell and Claes Lernestedt
2. Trafficking, the Anti-Slavery Project and the Making of the Modern Criminal Law
Lindsay Farmer
3. Measuring Human Trafficking
Hans-Jörg Albrecht
4. Victims of Human Trafficking: Considerations from a Crime Prevention Perspective
Rita Haverkamp
5. Victims of Trafficking in the Migration Discourse: A Conceptualisation of Particular Vulnerability
Elina Pirjatanniemi
6. Understanding Trafficking in Human Beings as Mixed Migration: The European Area of Freedom, Security and Justice and its Global Width
Ester Herlin-Karnell
7. Human Trafficking: Human Rights Activism and its Consequences for Criminal Law
Tatjana Hörnle
8. What Does the Trafficker Do Wrong and Towards What or Whom?
Claes Lernestedt
9. Human Trafficking: Supplying the Market for Human Exploitation
Malcolm Thorburn
10. The Wrong(s) in Human Trafficking
Matt Matravers
11. Vulnerability, Exploitation and Choice
Vera Bergelson
12. Limiting the Criminalisation of Human Trafficking: Protection Against Exploitative Labour versus Individual Liberty and Economic Development
Piet Hein van Kempen and Sjarai Lestrade
13. Rethinking the Model Offence: From 'Trafficking' to 'Modern Slavery'?
Francesco Viganò

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