2023
DOI: 10.2478/danb-2023-0019
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Assessing the Vulnerability to Human Trafficking Amidst Migration Patterns: A Case Study of Kazakhstan

Amangeldy Khamzin,
Zhanna Khamzina,
Zhumakhan Nurmanbetkyzy
et al.

Abstract: Kazakhstan, with its open borders with CIS nations and significant migration flows, emerges as a key origin, transit, and destination point in human trafficking. While acknowledging Kazakhstan’s modest progress in combating human trafficking, this study aims to develop comprehensive proposals for enhancing the protection of trafficking victims’ rights in Kazakhstan. It seeks to identify legal and enforcement gaps, analyze available social and legal protections, and address key issues in victim rights protectio… Show more

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