Epilogue

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human trafficking
labour trafficking
forced labour
Palermo Protocol
exploitation
handel ludźmi
handel ludźmi do pracy
praca przymusowa
Protokół z Palermo
wykorzystanie

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Winterdyk, J., & Van der Watt, M. (2021). Epilogue: Epilog. Archiwum Kryminologii, (XLIII/1), 295–306. https://doi.org/10.7420/AK2021.02

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The Epilogue begins by describing the ambiguity of the meaning of human trafficking (HT) before offering a review of the 4P's that represent the primary responses to combatting HT. A brief reference is then made to a 'new' P - participation – and how it can play an essential role in fighting HT. The article then notes that there remains a dearth of research on forced labour trafficking despite its rich history. A summary of the articles is presented with an emphasis on identifying existing gaps in our knowledge and research. The Epilogue concludes with several vital suggestions for future efforts to combat forced labour trafficking.

 

Epilog rozpoczyna opis niejednoznaczności terminu „handel ludźmi”. Następnie zostały przedstawione cztery podstawowe sposoby zwalczania tego zjawiska (4P), a także omówiono zagadnienie „nowego uczestnictwa”, mogącego odgrywać kluczową rolę w walce z handlem ludźmi. Zauważono także, że mimo bogatej historii badań poświęconych handlowi ludźmi, wciąż brakuje badań dotyczących pracy przymusowej. W epilogu zawarto także podsumowanie artykułów opublikowanych w niniejszym numerze, przy czym szczególny nacisk położono na identyfikację luk w dotychczasowej wiedzy i badaniach. Epilog kończy się kilkoma sugestiami odnośnie do przyszłych działań na rzecz zwalczania pracy przymusowej.

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