Studies in intercultural human rights ; 8. Human Rights and Humanitarian Law E-Books Online, Collection 2017, ISBN ; 9789004328037.
In A Transnational Human Rights Approach to Human Trafficking: Empowering the Powerless , Yoon Jin Shin proposes an innovative approach to empower individuals victimized by human trafficking, one of the most serious human rights challenges in today's world of globalization and migration. Based on thorough empirical research and extensive comparative studies, Shin illuminates complex realities of migrant individuals experiencing trafficking situations and the problems of the current anti-trafficking regime driven by destination countries' self-interest in crime and border control. Shin suggests an alternative transnational human rights framework, in which victimized migrants, who have been treated as passive targets of victim-witness protection or immigration regulation, finally attain their true voices as empowered rights-holders and effectively exercise their human, civil, and labor rights. Shin received the 2014-2015 Ambrose Gherini Prize, the highest prize awarded in the field of International Law by Yale Law School, for her doctoral dissertation on which this book is based.
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Front Matter Contents Introduction: Comprehending Human Trafficking as a Transnational Human Rights Problem Analysis of Current Legal Institutional Responses: International and Regional Levels Analysis of Current Legal Institutional Responses: National Level Case Study 1: South Korea* Case Study 2: Taiwan International Human Rights Law in the Context of Human Trafficking Alternative Approaches and Remedies: A Transnational Human Rights Framework*.
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Print version: Shin, Yoon Jin, author. Transnational human rights approach to human trafficking Leiden ; Boston : Brill/Nijhoff, 2017