Minori vittime di reato: tratta e forced labour

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Child victims of crime: trafficking and forced labor

Paola Cavanna

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Abstract

The paper seeks to systematize the legal position of minors in general and foreign minors in particular, to then focus on minors who are victims of trafficking and/or exploitation, framing the complex phenomenon in the light of national, European and international laws. Firstly, the reasons for the particular vulnerability of migrant children are highlighted. Subsequently, the author analyzes the legal framework assessing its effectiveness in preventive terms. The programs of assistance and social integration provided by Article 18, Consolidated Immigration Act lay at the heart of the discussion as they expose the bright side of criminal law that deals not only with crime prevention and punishment but also with the protection - albeit ex post - of human rights and other important values (such as the victim's dignity), through measures of assistance and support to victims.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Child victims of crime: trafficking and forced labor
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)419-437
Number of pages19
JournalStudi Emigrazione
Volume2015/199
Publication statusPublished - 2015

Keywords

  • forced labour
  • human trafficking
  • lavoro forzato
  • minor victims
  • minori vittime
  • tratta di esseri umani

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