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EU:s och det svenska arbetet mot människohandel

Hammargren, Elisabeth LU (2014) LAGF03 20141
Faculty of Law
Department of Law
Abstract
Human trafficking has gotten a lot of attention the last fifteen years. Three years ago the EU presented a new directive (2011/36/EU) concerning the crime and the punishment as well as the treatment of the victim and preclusive actions. Sweden was one of the leading countries negotiating this directive due to the fact that the country had presidency for the EU during the second half of 2009. This resulted in quite some similarities between the Swedish legislation and the European one. Nevertheless lacks Sweden some of the commitment to the European approach. There´s some recommendations in the directive that doesn´t get the attention it deserves in the Swedish legislation. For example many of the parts concerning the treatment of the... (More)
Human trafficking has gotten a lot of attention the last fifteen years. Three years ago the EU presented a new directive (2011/36/EU) concerning the crime and the punishment as well as the treatment of the victim and preclusive actions. Sweden was one of the leading countries negotiating this directive due to the fact that the country had presidency for the EU during the second half of 2009. This resulted in quite some similarities between the Swedish legislation and the European one. Nevertheless lacks Sweden some of the commitment to the European approach. There´s some recommendations in the directive that doesn´t get the attention it deserves in the Swedish legislation. For example many of the parts concerning the treatment of the victim. In this thesis I therefore compare the Swedish legislation to the European and analyse what kind of impact it has had in general. I also reflect on where to put more effort and other aspects that I find important. (Less)
Abstract (Swedish)
Människohandel har fått mycket uppmärksamhet de senaste femton åren. För tre år sedan trädde ett nytt EU direktiv i kraft (2001/36/EU) som berör brottsbeskrivning och straffskala såväl som behandling av offret och förebyggande åtgärder. Sverige var ett av de ledande länderna i förhandlingarna kring direktivet vilket berodde på att landet hade ordförandeposten i EU under andra halvan av 2009. Detta resulterade i vissa likheter mellan den svenska lagstiftningen och den europeiska. Trots det är Sverige inte helt hängiven till det europeiska arbetssättet. Direktivet innehåller ett antal rekommendationer som inte har blivit medtagna i den svenska lagstiftningen trots att så hade kunnat önskas. Till exempel många av punkterna rörande... (More)
Människohandel har fått mycket uppmärksamhet de senaste femton åren. För tre år sedan trädde ett nytt EU direktiv i kraft (2001/36/EU) som berör brottsbeskrivning och straffskala såväl som behandling av offret och förebyggande åtgärder. Sverige var ett av de ledande länderna i förhandlingarna kring direktivet vilket berodde på att landet hade ordförandeposten i EU under andra halvan av 2009. Detta resulterade i vissa likheter mellan den svenska lagstiftningen och den europeiska. Trots det är Sverige inte helt hängiven till det europeiska arbetssättet. Direktivet innehåller ett antal rekommendationer som inte har blivit medtagna i den svenska lagstiftningen trots att så hade kunnat önskas. Till exempel många av punkterna rörande behandlingen av offer. I denna uppsats ska jag därför jämföra den svenska lagstiftningen med den europeiska och analysera vilken typ av effekt dessa båda gett generellt. Jag kommer också reflektera över var det kan vara värt att lägga extra uppmärksamhet och andra aspekter som jag anser viktiga. (Less)
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Hammargren, Elisabeth LU
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LAGF03 20141
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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EU-rätt, straffrätt
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Swedish
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4449954
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  author       = {Hammargren, Elisabeth},
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  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {EU:s och det svenska arbetet mot människohandel},
  year         = {2014},
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