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SLAVE TRADE IN EUROPE (INTERNATIONAL LAW) Student’s name Course Date Introduction In international law slavery is referred to state in which an individual’s right and responsibilities are subject to their owner. Slave trade involves all activities that take place when acquiring selling and capturing an individual for them to become slaves. By the eighteenth century slavery had become a usual activity among Europeans. The international law legalized and permitted European nations to own individuals which resulted in the increase of slave trade. Slave trade was acceptable in the international law but nowadays countries do not accept it. Slaves were used to work in plantations of sugar cotton rice and other cash crops. Agriculture was seasonal and they used to carry goods for trade look after livestock construction of roads and railways. In the nineteenth century various agreements conferences and reports regulated slavery in international law which led to abolition. consequences if found guilty. The levels of slavery have decrease since the establishment and legislation of anti-slave laws and institutions. Bibliography Allain Jean.( 2012) "The International Legal Regime of Slavery and Human Exploitation and its Obfuscation by the Term of Art:‘Slavery-Like Practice’." Allain Jean (2007)“Nineteenth Century Law of the Sea and the British Abolition of the Slave Trade” British Yearbook of International Law vol. 78. International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (2002) Prosecutor v. Kunarac Kovac & Vukovic Case nº IT-96-23 & IT-96-23/1-A. European Court of Human Rights(2005). Siliadin v. France Application 73316/01 p. 37. "Muscat Dhows » The Hague Justice Portal".( 2008). Haguejusticeportal.Net. www.haguejusticeportal.net S. Miers (2003).Slavery in the Twentieth Century: The Evolution of a Global Problem Walnut Creek AltaMira Press p. 73. UN (1994). United Nations Action in the Field of Human Rights UN Doc. ST/HR/2/Rev.4 p. 77. UN (2000). Protocol to Prevent Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons especially Women and Children p.73. [...]

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`-It should not exceed 2000 words. -The paper must be written in 12 pts TNR, 1,5 spaces, margins 2,5. -It must be properly referenced (footnotes, not in-text references). Bibliography must be added. DISCUSSED WITH THE VIEW OF INTERNATIONAL LAW

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