A Crime that Offends the Conscience of Humanity: A Proposal to Reclassify Trafficking in Women as an International Crime

in International Criminal Law Review
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Abstract

The current international legal framework for the prosecution of trafficking of women needs to be revisited if trafficking is to be combated more effectively. The treatment of trafficking as a transnational, rather than an international crime denies its essence as a crime that offends the conscience of humankind and which strikes at the heart of international order. This failure is symptomatic of an international legal order that prioritises and affords greater protection to abuses of men's as opposed to women's human rights.

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