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Human Trafficking: Analysis of Belarusian legislation on Human Trafficking in the scope of International Human Rights Law

Baranouskaya, Hanna LU (2011) JAMM04 20111
Department of Law
Abstract
The paper, titled “Human Trafficking: Analysis of Belarusian legislation on Human Trafficking in the scope of International Human Rights Law”, aims to discuss the gradual development of Human Trafficking Law, since its beginning up to nowadays, thus trying to show the main shifts in Human Trafficking Law, different approaches, conceptions and definition and analyze the Belarusian national mechanism combat human trafficking.
Why my choice has fallen on Belarus? Because, this country is good for the following reasons: Belarus, being placed on crossroads of West and East, is a transit country, but, at the same time, it is a country of acceptance. Besides this, Belarus, as a former Soviet republic, is a bright example of the contemporary... (More)
The paper, titled “Human Trafficking: Analysis of Belarusian legislation on Human Trafficking in the scope of International Human Rights Law”, aims to discuss the gradual development of Human Trafficking Law, since its beginning up to nowadays, thus trying to show the main shifts in Human Trafficking Law, different approaches, conceptions and definition and analyze the Belarusian national mechanism combat human trafficking.
Why my choice has fallen on Belarus? Because, this country is good for the following reasons: Belarus, being placed on crossroads of West and East, is a transit country, but, at the same time, it is a country of acceptance. Besides this, Belarus, as a former Soviet republic, is a bright example of the contemporary legislation of so called CIS countries. It is remarkable that being a component part of Continental-European legal system these countries have to some extent unique legal systems, which also can be described as a subsystem in continental law.
Subsequently, the paper provides an overview of the Human Trafficking issue in Belarus, through the historical, geopolitical and legal perspectives. Specifically, the paper shows the legal background of combating Human Trafficking in Belarus and analysis such legal documents, as The Constitution, Criminal Code of Republic of Belarus, and different legislative acts and decrees of different governmental bodies.
Ultimately, in the paper Belarusian national legislation compared with international law. And through this comparison shows the lacks or, why not, advantages, of the former one. (Less)
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Baranouskaya, Hanna LU
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JAMM04 20111
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English
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1988375
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  abstract     = {The paper, titled “Human Trafficking: Analysis of Belarusian legislation on Human Trafficking in the scope of International Human Rights Law”, aims to discuss the gradual development of Human Trafficking Law, since its beginning up to nowadays, thus trying to show the main shifts in Human Trafficking Law, different approaches, conceptions and definition and analyze the Belarusian national mechanism combat human trafficking.
Why my choice has fallen on Belarus? Because, this country is good for the following reasons: Belarus, being placed on crossroads of West and East, is a transit country, but, at the same time, it is a country of acceptance. Besides this, Belarus, as a former Soviet republic, is a bright example of the contemporary legislation of so called CIS countries. It is remarkable that being a component part of Continental-European legal system these countries have to some extent unique legal systems, which also can be described as a subsystem in continental law.
Subsequently, the paper provides an overview of the Human Trafficking issue in Belarus, through the historical, geopolitical and legal perspectives. Specifically, the paper shows the legal background of combating Human Trafficking in Belarus and analysis such legal documents, as The Constitution, Criminal Code of Republic of Belarus, and different legislative acts and decrees of different governmental bodies. 
Ultimately, in the paper Belarusian national legislation compared with international law. And through this comparison shows the lacks or, why not, advantages, of the former one.},
  author       = {Baranouskaya, Hanna},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Human Trafficking: Analysis of Belarusian legislation on Human Trafficking in the scope of International Human Rights Law},
  year         = {2011},
}