Combating Human Trafficking : A Handbook For Women, Parents And Children
Document: combating human trafficking
Conceptualised & Compiled by Lindsey Massar
Despite panpoly of domestic and international laws prohibiting Human Trafficking in India, thousands fall victim to an organised crime of human exploitation, and abuse for the illegal purposes like flesh trade, domestic work, fake marriages, child labour, drug and arms peddling, organ trade, begging, circus, etc. The Human Rights Law Network has developed this Handbook with the aim that women, parents, and children – those most affected by Human Trafficking – gain the tools necessary to combat Human Trafficking within their local towns and villages.