Combating The Kidney Commerce Civil Society against Organ Trafficking in Pakistan and Israel

@inproceedings{Efrat2013CombatingTK,
  title={Combating The Kidney Commerce Civil Society against Organ Trafficking in Pakistan and Israel},
  author={Asif Efrat},
  year={2013}
}
Can civil society bring governments to curb transnational crime? The article answers this question by analyzing a most-likely case for civil-society influence: organ trafficking. Physicians' efforts to eliminate this practice are examined in Pakistan and Israel: two major participants in the global organ trade. In both countries, the physicians' pressure resulted in the enactment of organ-trade prohibitions. These, however, were not fully enforced. The analysis suggests that, even under… CONTINUE READING

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