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Dissecting Article 8 of the 2011 EU Human Trafficking Directive

  • Julia Maria Muraszkiewicz
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Part of the Palgrave Studies in Victims and Victimology book series (PSVV)

Abstract

Whilst the previous chapter examined the non-liability principle as found in the 2005 Council of Europe Convention on Action Against Trafficking in Human Beings (Article 26), this chapter considers the non-liability principle as contained in the legislation of the European Union.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Julia Maria Muraszkiewicz
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  1. 1.Trilateral Research & ConsultingLondonUK

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