Migrants as victims - Victimological perspectives of human smuggling and human trafficking [electronic resource] / Michael Kilchling

Kilchling, Michael, author.
[Place of publication not identified] : United Nations, 2016.
Government document
1 online resource (7 pages)
Local subjects:
Human Rights and Refugees. (search)
The 'refugee crisis' in Europe touches on fundamental issues of international law, criminal policy, criminology - and victimology. Public perception of and opinions on human trafficking, human smuggling and the situation of migrants in general is in a state of flux; perceptions and opinions are heavily influenced by media depictions and highly dependent on the general political climate of a society. Political, public and even academic debates are often polarizing events that are characterized by stereotyical arguments. In the course of such debates, distinct phenomena such as trafficking (THB) and smuggling of humans are often mixed to the point that differences between the two become increasingly blurred.
Contained In:
Freedom from Fear Vol. 2016, no. 12, p. 13-19
Publisher Number:
10.18356/9fd04b73-en doi
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