Slavery in International Law

Slavery in International Law

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Slavery in International Law sets out the law related to slavery and lesser servitudes, including forced labour and debt bondage; thus developing an overall understanding of the term human a€˜exploitationa€™, which is at the heart of the definition of trafficking.exploitation also includes: a€œto remove human organs except otherwise provided by prevailing lawa€.19 The latter phrase of the Nepalese legislation is worth drawing attention to, as it recognises that the removal of organs can and does transpire; yet what this Act seeks to capture are ... 20 See http://www.transplant- 2010.pdf. ... 22 Preamble, WHO Guiding Principles on Human Cell, Tissue and Organ Transplantation, 21 May 2010.

Title:Slavery in International Law
Author: Jean Allain
Publisher:Martinus Nijhoff Publishers - 2012-10-12

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