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The Trafficking in Human Beings Crime in Romania

Nicoleta-Elena Buzatu ()
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Nicoleta-Elena Buzatu: †Dimitrie Cantemir†Christian University

No 15, Working papers from Research Association for Interdisciplinary Studies

Abstract: The study below is meant to focus on the trafficking in human beings crime in Romania, especially analysis of the trafficking infraction provided in the Romanian Criminal Code. Romania is one of the transit states, but mostly one of the main source countries for trafficking in human beings in Europe. Currently, the trafficking in human beings phenomenon, as for the drug trafficking, the arms trafficking, corruption, tax evasion, represent one of the most extended ways of displaying the criminality, that, in a very short time span, recorded unimaginable and unacceptable proportions for the society we live in. The trafficking in human beings phenomenon is defined through the illegal migration. The Romanian legal response to the trafficking in human beings phenomenon was a gradual one, by ratification certain international provisions, but also through enacting a special law and legal measures that can be applied regarding the field in the talk.

Keywords: crime; human trafficking; organized crime; Romanian Criminal Code (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Date: 2018-05
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Published in Proceedings of the 9th International RAIS Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities, April 4-5, 2018, pages 223-234

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