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- -, - -, - -. Human Trafficking in Iran Criminal Law. CLR 2009; 13 (4) :99-124
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Today, fighting human trafficking has become the first priority in many countries. The breach of human dignity by traffickers and its relation with other organized crimes such as money laundering are among the main factors in fighting this crime world wide. Iran, like many other countries, suffers from this crime. In 2005, Iran’s Parliament passed the Human Trafficking Fighting Act based on the reports of trafficking Iranian women and children to the neighboring countries and as result of international developments, which included the Protocol to Prevention, Suppression and Punishment of Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children, supplementing the United Nations’ convention against Transitional Organized Crimes. This Act solved the related problems to some extent, but due to haste in passing it, many topics on the crime remained missed out. This article attempts to assess and analyze the mentioned Act and point out its defects.
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Received: 2008/07/12 | Accepted: 2009/08/16 | Published: 2010/02/20

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