Human trafficking legislation in the Southern African development community region: An overview

Christopher Changwe Nshimbi, Inocent Moyo


This paper provides a review of relevant global, regional and national legislative frameworks that seek to address human trafficking and considers the effectiveness of such legislation in the Southern African region. To a lesser extent, the paper also considers the possibility of implementing effective legislation on human smuggling in a region with porous borders and an extensive history of cross-border migration.


Human smuggling; human trafficking; legislative frameworks; Southern Africa; resources; African Union

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