Autor: Ionica Sarkis
Publicat în: Analele Universității „Titu Maiorescu”, 2018
Disponibil online: aici.
Abstract: Today, nearly two decades after the commitment to maximize its efforts in the fight against human trafficking, Romania’s concrete actions to prevent and combat this crime, but especially the protection and assistance of the victims of this scourge, are still below the international minimum standard. This article aims at highlighting the successes – both small and great – achieved but also
the remaining challenges in protecting men, women and children who have fallen victim to this atrocious crime. This article will also analyse the progress that our country has made in the fight against this scourge, and in particular the way in which it has fulfilled its obligations at European level in the field of victim protection.
Keywords: trafficking in human beings; victim protection; national legislation.