Modern day slavery? A Judicial Catchall for Trafficking, Slavery and Labour Exploitation: A Critique of Tang and Rantsev

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Journal of International Law and International Relations, 2013, 9 (1), pp. 36 - 61
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Slavery and trafficking in persons continue to draw global attention, fostering debates in sociological, political, academic and legal circles. Governments, in particular, value being seen on the global stage as working to combat the trafficking of human beings to and from their territories. With prosecution of traffickers difficult in many jurisdictions, civil society organizations and others always welcome efforts by regional courts to hold governments accountable for their failure to fulfil their counter-trafficking international obligations, or those by domestic courts to find traffickers guilty
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