Beperkingen aan en dilemma’s van de slachtoffergerichte aanpak van mensenhandel. Een blik op arbeidsuitbuiting.
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SourceProces, 94, 2, (2015), pp. 82-97
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In their article on the victim orientation in the combat against human trafficking – in particular labour exploitation – Cleiren, Van der Leun and Van Meeteren highlight the limitations of the protection of victims in practice. Based on a brief legal analysis and a secondary reading of the empirical literature, they conclude that the rights of victims remain subordinate to the main aims of the relevant legal domains: criminal law and immigration law. In addition, the practices-based analysis shows a mismatch between a victim-oriented approach and preferences and perceptions of many migrants involved as well as existing tensions between different legal domains.
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