The role of the European Union in the global fight against trafficking in human beings [védés előtt] = Az Európai Unió szerepe az emberkereskedelem elleni globális harcban
Száraz, Krisztina (2012) The role of the European Union in the global fight against trafficking in human beings [védés előtt] = Az Európai Unió szerepe az emberkereskedelem elleni globális harcban. PhD thesis, Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem, Nemzetközi Kapcsolatok Doktori Iskola.
The main objective of my thesis is to analyze, why and how the European Union can and should have a leading role in the global fight against trafficking in persons. How it can serve as a role-model for the rest of the world. How it can activate not just its Member States but also other countries in the world, mostly those of origin in order to eliminate this shameful crime. EU Member States are mostly countries of destination, but not solely. Mainly because of the 2004 and 2007 enlargement, the European Union became a union of states of transit and origin as well. An effective cooperation among these three types of countries is fundamental for human trafficking to be eliminated. In my dissertation searched the question how the EU could play the role of a global leader in the fight against trafficking in human beings. Even though there is legislation that could help to effectively fight human trafficking, however there are serious shortcomings from the side of Member States by not transposing the EU legislation into national legislation correctly. There is also gap in current legislation and implementation and enforcement of legislation.
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