AN ANALYSIS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN INDIA

Authors

  • Dr. Prof. Prabir Kumar, Sibasis Pattnaik

Abstract

This article explores the issue of trafficking of human beings of India. He says it has
already dominated the trafficking discussion, which gives priority to State protection and does
not adequately account for the underlying consequences of skin trafficking and sex trafficking
vulnerability, as a means of uncontrolled immigration or pornography. The underlying causes of
slavery and the poverty of people trafficked are not properly discussed. In scholarly and policy
contexts, the roots causes or risk factors of slavery, such as socioeconomic inequalities,
culturally accepted activities, poverty or economic instability, organ exchange, slave labour,
gender abuse that are further compounded by corruption, have remained unrecognized. The
underlying causes of slavery and poverty of people trafficked are not properly discussed. The
root causes or dangers of slavery, including social injustice, cultural practices embraced,
deprivation or economic insecurity, the corporate trade of slaves, gender violence further
exacerbated by bribery have not been discussed in academic and political contexts.

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Published

2020-12-01

How to Cite

Dr. Prof. Prabir Kumar, Sibasis Pattnaik. (2020). AN ANALYSIS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN INDIA. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 5015 - 5019. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1743