Controlling human trafficking-an analysis of the European legal order in the field of human trafficking. A case study on the EU governance system against THB

Depenbrock, A.D. (2014) Controlling human trafficking-an analysis of the European legal order in the field of human trafficking. A case study on the EU governance system against THB.

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Abstract:This study will assess the phenomenon of trafficking in human beings,the influence by the European institution FRONTEX which aims to discuss the impact on the policy framework to combat THB.Accordingly the main research question is:To what extent has the implementation of FRONTEX influenced the EU governance system against the trafficking in human beings in the European Union?The research planned will contribute to the explanation and knowledge of the phenomenon of THB in the European Union.The analysis is assisted by three sub questions that will explain the European institution FRONTEX,the phenomenon of THB and the connection between them.The EU governance system against THB will be analyzed by the different actor’s involved,related theories and measures to control illegal immigration and cross-border crimes.The strengths and weaknesses in the EU governance system and legislation in connection to the implementation of FRONTEX will be discussed.It analyses the differences between the different EU actors and policy frameworks in order to frame a discussion about the actual effectiveness of these measures.Generally the study observes that FRONTEX, supplemented and enforced instruments and measures included in the system to combat THB.FRONTEX has especially affected the further coordination and cooperation in operational activities against THB between the national LEAs.
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:86 law
Programme:European Studies BSc (56627)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/65704
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