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n Politeia - Human Trafficking and Security in Southern Africa: The South African and Mozambican Experience, Richard Obinna Iroanya - book review

Volume 38 Number 1
  • ISSN : 0256-8845
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Abstract

Human trafficking is defined by the United Nations (UN) as envisaging acts of recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring, or receipt of persons by improper means (such as force, abduction, fraud, or coercion) for improper purposes, which include forced labour and sexual exploitation (UN General Assembly 2000). Globally, human trafficking constitutes a security threat and it has been intensifying as a result of globalisation that has brought about the erosion of national boundaries and borderlands and has led to an increase in the free movement of people across frontiers.

Iroanya based his book, Human Trafficking and Security in Southern Africa: The South African and Mozambican Experience, on his doctoral thesis.

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2020-02-26

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