Protecting Victims of Human Trafficking from Liability. The European Approach.


Discusses the difficult issue of ‘non-liability’ for crimes committed by people who are victims of trafficking. Draws on human rights, victim rights and criminal law theory to argue why a provision on non-liability needs to exist. Draws comparisons between crimes committed by human trafficking victims and by victims of domestic abuse and child soldiers. Proposes an alternative provision which states and regional bodies could adopt.


Muraszkiewicz, J.

Date Published

December 11, 2019