MODERN SLAVERY IN INDONESIA: BETWEEN NORMS AND IMPLEMENTATION

Authors

  • Savira Dhanika Hardianti Brawijaya University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21776/ub.blj.2015.002.01.06

Abstract

People now in the 21st century are still sold like objects, forced to work for little or no pay and at the complete mercy of their 'employers'. The Global Slavery Index (GSI) 2013 shows that there are estimated 29.8 million people are living in a modern slavery. In Indonesia there are 210,970 people living in slavery. Although Indonesia has some laws regulating about modern slavery that is included in Anti-Trafficking Law. This paper tries to figure the norms and the implementations in modern slavery practice. How the norms are implemented by the government and what are the obstacles to enforce the law.

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Published

2015-04-06

How to Cite

Hardianti, S. D. (2015). MODERN SLAVERY IN INDONESIA: BETWEEN NORMS AND IMPLEMENTATION. Brawijaya Law Journal, 2(1 (S), 74. https://doi.org/10.21776/ub.blj.2015.002.01.06