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dc.contributor.authorDulak, Dawid
dc.description.abstractHuman trafficking beings is considered as one of the most serious and most profitable crime in the world. After the political transformation in the 1990s, Poland is classified as a transit, destination and origin state of victims, but despite the constant presence of danger and its dynamic evolution, knowledge and awareness of history of human trafficking, particularly in Second Polish Republic, remains low. The article outlines the beginnings of human trafficking in the interwar Poland, efforts of state and NGOs in fighting against trafficking, profile of violators and victims, and the mechanisms of recruitment and processes of control assumption over the sufferer.en
dc.publisherWSMiP UJ/Księgarnia Akademickapl
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dc.subjecthuman traffickingen
dc.subjectSecond Polish Republicen
dc.subjectstate and NGOs vs. traffickingen
dc.subjectmechanism of recruitmenten
dc.subjectvictim profileen
dc.subjecthandel ludźmipl
dc.subjectII RPpl
dc.subjectdwudziestolecie międzywojennepl
dc.subjectzwalczanie handlu ludźmi przez organy państwa i organizacje pozarządowepl
dc.subjectprofil ofiarpl
dc.subjectprofil sprawcówpl
dc.titleHandel ludźmi w II Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej. Zarys zjawiskapl
dc.title.alternativeHuman trafficking in the Second Polish Republicen
dc.contributor.organizationUniwersytet Jagiellońskipl

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