Groningen Journal of International Law Vol.1, No. 2: Human Trafficking, was published on 5 December 2013 and all content is provided to you free of charge.
- Full Issue
- President – Editorial Note and Table of Contents
- Luz Estella Nagle – “How Conflict and Displacement Fuel Human Trafficking and Abuse of Vulnerable Groups. The Case of Colombia and Opportunities for Real Action and Innovative Solutions”
- Bijan Hoshi – “The Trafficking Defence: A Proposed Model for the Non-Criminalisation of Trafficked Persons in International Law”
- Alexis A. Aronowitz and Elif Isitman – “Trafficking of Human Beings for the Purpose of Organ Removal: Are (International) Legal Instruments Effective Measures to Eradicate the Practice?”
- Rebecca Surtees – “Trapped at Sea. Using the Legal and Regulatory Framework to Prevent and Combat the Trafficking of Seafarers and Fishers”
- Silvia Scarpa – “The Definition of Trafficking in Adult Persons for Various Forms of Exploitation and the Issue of Consent: A Framework Approach that Respects Peculiarities”