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The Distinction between Human Trafficking and Slavery in Judgements of National and International Courts

Student: Yaroslavna Kondrashova

Supervisor: Dmitry Kuznetsov

Faculty: School of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2018

This bachelor’s thesis is devoted to the study of issue of the correlation between the concepts of "slavery" and "human trafficking". The author studies the ideas of scientists, international legal acts, national legislation, as well as judicial practice in search of criteria for establishment of the relationship between slavery and human trafficking. As a result of the research, not only does the author reveal the systematic problem of confusion of the terms’ meanings, but she also presents a list of criteria to identify modern forms of trafficking in human beings.

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