Modern-day Slavery in Everywhere: Poland V Albania

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Show simple item record Bekir, Cinar Cemal, Baltaci Salih, Ozcan 2013-05-20T12:58:03Z 2015-11-24T10:04:50Z 2013-05-20T12:58:03Z 2015-11-24T10:04:50Z 2011-04-09
dc.identifier.isbn 978-9928-4044-5-9
dc.description.abstract This paper highlights the seriousness of modern-day slavery which is in everywhere. Special attention will be given to Poland and Albania, because these two countries have similar political past and economic conditions. Poland is a member of the EU and tries to regulate its law and policies in order to comply with the EU regulation on the one hand. On the other hand, it tries to improve its economic conditions and wealth distributions. Since the joining of the EU, millions of Poles have immigrated to other European countries and other part of the world in order to find a better live. Some these people journey might not be voluntary. Albania is not a member of the EU but is a candidate country of the EU. It is poor and more than 25% of population lives out of Albania. In other words, since 1990, millions of Albanian has immigrated into European countries and other part of world in order to find a better live. Some these people were forced by trafficker to get out of the country. The study will focus on ‘sexual exploitations’, child labor and ‘organ trafficking’ in these countries. After providing enough evidence about the seriousness of the problem, then the paper will examine existing prevention policies and legal frame work of these countries. Then the study will finish with conclusion. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher Epoka University Center for European Studies en_US
dc.subject Slavery en_US
dc.subject Poland en_US
dc.subject Albania en_US
dc.subject Prevention en_US
dc.subject Human Trafficking en_US
dc.title Modern-day Slavery in Everywhere: Poland V Albania en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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