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Les formes contemporaines de l’esclavage (Volume 336)

(68,598 words)

Author(s): Decaux, Emmanuel
Decaux, Emmanuel Keywords: Slavery | Abolition | International law | Human trafficking | Forced labour | Crimes against humanity | International responsibility | Mots clefs: Esclavage | Droit international | Travail force | Crimes contre l'humanité | Responsabilité internationale | ABSTRACT The course of Emmanuel Decaux, Professor at the University of Paris II, focuses on public international law relating to slavery, which does not constitute a historical review of the issue of slavery. The abolition of slavery has not only been linked…

La défense internationale de la liberté et de la moralité individuelles (Volume 45)

(36,667 words)

Author(s): Vitta, Cino
Vitta, Cino Keywords: Slavery | Human trafficking | Mots clefs: Esclavage | Traite des êtres humains | ABSTRACT Cino Vitta begins this course on the international defense of individual freedom with a chapter devoted to slavery in general: history of slavery, slave trade to America. The author then focuses on the history of the fight against slavery, and the fight against slavery as it manifested itself in 1933 (particularly in the context of the St. Germain and Geneva Conventions). The author then studies the trafficking of women and children, and the traffic in obscene publications. Cino…