Lack of Social Policy and Security as a Determinant Factor in Human Trafficking

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Show simple item record Hasan, Yuksel Orhan, Adiguzel Ibrahim, Cetinturk 2013-05-20T13:07:53Z 2015-11-24T10:04:48Z 2013-05-20T13:07:53Z 2015-11-24T10:04:48Z 2011-04-09
dc.identifier.isbn 978-9928-4044-5-9
dc.description.abstract The aim of this study is to reveal to what extent social policy and social security are important for the elimination of the human trafficking. Social policy and social security are the disciplines that strive to guarantee the future of the individuals against the social risks that is possible to occur in every kind of society. Social policies aim to improve the human welfare and the humanitarian needs such as education, health, housing and social security. Social Security systems, at the same time, are defined as the systems that are carried out by means of either government or private initiatives in order to take some certain precautions for the future risks. As the sub-discipline of social policy, the social security system generally reallocates and redistributes incomes. The issue of human trafficking that is the modern slavery today and that occurs as a result of the lack or inefficiency of social policy and security will be the main basis here in this study. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher Epoka University Center for European Studies en_US
dc.subject Human Trafficking en_US
dc.subject Social Policy en_US
dc.subject Social Security en_US
dc.title Lack of Social Policy and Security as a Determinant Factor in Human Trafficking en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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