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Volume :46 Issue : 176 2020      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Human Trafficking Combat between International Law and Kuwait Legislations.

Auther : Dr. Eisa H. Al-Enezy - Dr. Awatef Sameili

The Goal of the Study: This study examines the crime of Human Trafficking from international legislations' perspective and to which extent they are consistent with the national ones. The study tries to explore whether or not Kuwait national laws outperformed the international ones in this regard. It also tries to spot lacunas of national and international laws and their effect on the limitation of this crime with special focus on Kuwaiti legislations and their effect on the judicial ruling in Kuwait.
The Methodology of the Study: This study adopts the lattice, analytical, practical and comparative style through listing all related national and international legislations, analyzing human trafficking concerned articles from legal point of view and comparing between them in order to identify the most effective ones in fighting this crime. Finally, the study goes over the judicial applications of such legislation and their effectiveness in protecting mankind from the crime of Human Trafficking.
Study Data and Sample: This study is built on examining all national and international legislations (especially Kuwait concerned ones) related to Human Trafficking Combat.
The Outcome of the Study: The study points out that both national and international legislations failed to put an end to Human Trafficking crime. The main reason is that such legislations are human made and far from being ideal. The real cause of such failure resides in the human nature being creative in twisting legislations to prevent their effectiveness and enforcement. No one can deny the improvement of human trafficking combat. However, rigor, serious and expansion of the jurisdiction of the court over all acts related to the human trafficking beside focusing on protecting reporters and victims of this crime are required in order to reach advanced stage in combating Human Trafficking.


Keywords: Human Trafficking, Slavery, Chile Trafficking, Women Trafficking, Organs Trafficking.

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