Is a victim-centred approach to human trafficking key to increasing prosecution rates for human trafficking crimes? A UK case study

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Brotherton, Vicky
  • Subject: HRDS | POL

Masters dissertation submitted in September 2012.
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    55 Exceptions may occur when an individual has been internally trafficked.

    56 Created in 2002, Eurojust consists of a permanent network of 27 prosecutors, one from each EU member state, tasked with facilitating cross-border investigations and prosecutions.

    57 Eastern European countries are usually highly cooperative in investigations, whereas the authorities in African countries tend to be less so, in Interviewee 2's experience.

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