Infringement of women's rights in Romania and other former communist countries

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Essay from the year 2013 in the subject Women Studies / Gender Studies, grade: 1, 1, University of Erfurt (Willy Brandt School of Public Policy), course: Human Rights, language: English, comment: Very good grade according to the German grade system , abstract: It is becoming clearer and clearer that the state's adoption of international human rights treaties does not generate the expected changes in human rights practice. The domestic reality of how human rights are practiced differs. The following paper analyses how Romania and other former Communist countries ended up a source of people subjected to human trafficking, why there is a big gap between the state's commitments of international treaties and the domestic practice by differentiating the social mechanisms which have a big influence: coercion, persuasion and acculturation and proposes recommendations. Romania, along with Ukraine, Moldova, Russia and others became a source and transit zone of people subjected to sex trafficking. Human trafficking is an important aspect to be discussed upon; it is as mentioned before a violation of human rights. Many people believe that the main cause of human trafficking is poverty and I will explain why poverty is not a primarily cause.

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