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(2016) Vol 30, No 3 IANL Introduction The legal status of migrant domestic workers in the UK The legal framework addressing human trafficking for domestic servitude and States’ positive obligations Facilitating human trafficking for domestic servitude Barriers to prosecuting human trafficking for domestic servitude Moving beyond the criminal justice response: strengthening employment rights and securing the migration status of migrant domestic workers Conclusion ...
The Impact of the 2012 Domestic Workers in a Private Household Visa on Human Trafficking for Domestic Servitude
Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law
- Edited by:
- Alan Desmond
- Bloomsbury Professional
- Publication Date:
- February 2023
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