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(p. 219) 10. Protection from Slavery and Forced Labour 

(p. 219) 10. Protection from Slavery and Forced Labour
(p. 219) 10. Protection from Slavery and Forced Labour

Bernadette Rainey

, Elizabeth Wicks

, and Andclare Ovey

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date: 25 January 2021

This chapter, which examines the provisions of the European Convention on Human Rights against slavery and forced labour, discusses the provisions of Article 4 and the judgments made by the Strasbourg Court in cases such as human trafficking. It considers the developments concerning human trafficking in cases such as Rantsev, which expanded on the positive obligations placed on the State.

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