The crime of human trafficking: a study in the light of international conventions
Keywords:Human trafficking, combating organized crime, international conventions
The research deals with the crime of human trafficking as an international crime rather than a local one. There is an international and regional interest in addressing the consequences of that crime at the international and local levels. The research focuses on clarifying the nature of the crime of human trafficking and its basic entity, and as the research discusses the most important international conventions concerned with confronting this international crime, and as the research concludes, it presents a vision on a set of proposed recommendations to address the crime of human trafficking in the Syrian Arab Republic at all possible levels.