İnsan ticareti bileşenlerinden biri olarak organ ticareti sorunu, küreselleşen dünyada, özellikle de gelişmekte olan ülkelerde hala aktüelliğini korumaktadır. Küresel toplumun bir parçası ve aynı zamanda gelişmekte olan Azerbaycan ve Kuzey Makedonya da bu sorun ile yüz yüze kalmaktadırlar. Bu çalışma karşılaştırmalı bir derleme makalesidir. Çalışmanın amacı, organ ticaretine karşı mücadele yollarını açıklamak, Azerbaycan ve Kuzey Makedonya’da suçun aşikâr olunması mekanizmalarının yanı sıra her iki ülkenin mevzuatını ortaya koymaktır. Bu çalışmada literatür tarama yöntemi kullanılmıştır. Veriler, arama motoruna anahtar kelimelerin girilmesiyle elde edilmiştir. Çalışmanın bulgularına göre, Azerbaycan ve Kuzey Makedonya insan ticareti için kaynak, transit ve hedef ülke konumundadırlar. Ancak, yetersiz resmi bilgi nedeniyle bu ülkelerde organ ticaretine dair kanıt eksikliği bulunmaktadır.
The growing problem of organ trafficking as one of the components of human trafficking does not lose its relevance to the globalizing world, especially to the developing countries. Being part of the global community, and at the same time being developing countries Azerbaijan and North Macedonia face the problem of human trafficking. This article is a review study of comparative character. The purpose of this study is to reveal the features of the fight against organ trafficking, to disclosure the facts of this crime in Azerbaijan and North Macedonia, as well as analysis of the legislation of both countries. In this study has been used the literature search method. Data has collected by entering the key words on the search engine. According to the findings of this study Azerbaijan and North Macedonia are the source, transit and distant countries of human trafficking. However due to the poor official information there are lack of evidences on organ trafficking in these countries.
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