human smuggling

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human (migrant) smuggling

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Human Smuggling and Human Trafficking

Human Smuggling and Human Trafficking

Human Smuggling and Refugee Protection

Portrait of a Human Smuggler Race, Class, and Gender among Facilitators of Irregular Migration on the US–Mexico Border

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Human Smuggling, National Security, and Refugee Protection

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An Analysis of the Human Smuggling Trade and the Protocol Against the Smuggling of Migrants by Land, Air and Sea (2000) from a Refugee Protection Perspective

Smuggling of Human Beings from a Human Rights Perspective: Obligations of Non-State and State Actors under International Human Rights Law

Part II Maritime Security Law, 16 The Human Element of Maritime Crime: Stowaways, Human Trafficking, and Migrant Smuggling

Chinese Human Smuggling Organizations: Families, Social Networks, and Cultural ImperativesBy Sheldon X. Zhang Stanford University Press. 2008. 182 pages. $45 cloth

Malaria burden in irregular migrants returning to Sri Lanka from human smuggling operations in West Africa and implications for a country reaching malaria elimination

Immigration and Criminal Law in the European Union: The Legal Measures and Social Consequences of Criminal Law in Member States on Trafficking and Smuggling in Human Beings


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Until the late 1990s academics and policymakers used the terms ‘smuggling’ and ‘trafficking’ interchangeably to refer to the illegal movement of people across borders. Two UN Protocols in 2000 established ...

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