Investigating the Capacities of International Law in Fighting against Trafficking in Women
Background and AimDespite the significant advancement of women's rights in the international legal system, they are still subject to crimes that violate and even deprive them of their fundamental rights. Trafficking in women is one of the obvious examples of such crimes, which has been the subject of international conventions and conventions due to its complex nature and organization.
MethodologyThe present study uses international descriptive and analytical methods to study international documents related to trafficking in women.
FindingsIn recent years, more attention has been paid to women's rights in international discourse, so that numerous international documents, conventions, and conferences have introduced measures in the field of crime. There have been allegations of criminal support for victims and prevention of women victims. In all of these documents, trafficking in women has been identified as a threat to world order.
ConclusionIt seems that international law has significant capacities to combat trafficking in women, to protect victims and to prevent crime, which of course needs to be improved. In this regard, the Protocol to the Palermo Convention has made considerable progress in meeting the objectives of states to combat trafficking in women more effectively. Also, using the capabilities of the International Criminal Court to deal with some types of trafficking in women can be an effective way of tackling this organized crime.
مجله پژوهش های انتظامی - اجتماعی زنان و خانواده, Volume:7 Issue:1, 2019
81 - 101
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