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Trafficking in Human Beings for Exploitation as a Social-Ethical Phenomenon: Nature and Peculiarities


Authors:
Svilen Tsvetkov St. Cyril and St. Methodius University of Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria

Pages: 336-373

Abstract:

The proposed text is an attempt to seek answers to a number of human rights issues: Trafficking in human beings for exploitation and the common social and ethical and legal values of humanity; Legal and psychological problems (and dilemmas) in investigating trafficking in human beings for exploitation purposes; The man between the moral norm and the free initiative; Axial aspects of investigating human trafficking. Different types of human rights have their special and specific rules of implementation. But they all presuppose and require social and existential solidarity. As a form of organized crime, human trafficking undermines the basic principles of the rule of law and democratic standards of society. The fight against trafficking in human beings requires the united efforts of all the institutions involved at the national, regional and international level.

Keywords:

Moral and legal norms, human rights, trafficking in human beings, social solidarity, protection of human rights.

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