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National Case Studies on Trafficking of Human Beings in Thailand, Poland, and the United Kingdom

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This chapter presents the national case studies on trafficking of human beings in Thailand Poland and the United Kingdom. It begins by illustrating the scale of trafficking of human beings in Thailand, Poland, and the United Kingdom, with particular reference to the major causes of the phenomenon and the profiles of traffickers. The chapter presents a detailed analysis of national laws and polices and their enforcement. It contains an analysis of victim protection measures. This is relevant as victim protection is one way of implementing a human rights framework to address the practice at the national level. The chapter examines the role played by key non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Similar to Thailand, trafficking of human beings is dealt with by criminal and immigration laws in Poland. The key legislation in this regard is the Polish Penal Code 1997.

Keywords: immigration laws; national laws; non-governmental organizations (NGOs); Poland; Polish Penal Code; Thailand; trafficking; United Kingdom; victim protection measures



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