PERDAGANGAN ORANG (TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS) DITINJAU DARI KUHP DAN HAK ASASI MANUSIA

Fransiska Novita Eleanora

Abstract


Human trafficking is a type of trade involving public migration and trans-law system, and
its existence is illegal for the labors work by force, and its main aim is very much close to
slavery. This research applies literature-study method. The findings of this research
suggest that the number of articles related to the punishments for the involvement in human
trafficking in the Criminal Code (KUHP) is reasonably numerous since such an act
substantially deprives one’s rights to live, grow, and develop. Human trafficking is also
clearly against human rights to which a person is inherently entitled. From the human
rights perspective, human trafficking is considered a serious violation which deprives one’s
rights to live, grow, and develop. The contributing factors of this issue are poverty, poor
education, poor birth recording system, culture, slavery-like jobs, early marriage, legal
policy, gender bias, and corruption.


Keywords


human trafficking, human rights, criminal act

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.33476/ajl.v2i3.845

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