Worldwide Practice Of Eliminating Prostitution, Slavery & Human Trafficking


Paramata .C. Kishor , Research Scholar & Dr. Sitamanikyam, Associate Professor at Dr. BR. Ambedkar College Of Law, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam.



Abstract


The most appalling violations in recent memory are bondage, prostitution, and human trafficking. There are a lot of people who are enslaved right now and making a lot of money for their masters. Because it is a sorted out violation and adulterated, human dealing jeopardizes the safety of each individual in a state. Dealt individuals' human rights are ignored because they lack the dignity that our Indian constitution guarantees. They are regularly mistreated, assaulted, and killed. Since the late 1990s, this has been a source of global concern about security. In comparison to restricted labor, dealing with sexual design is more all-encompassing. Previously, nations had a negative perception of sexual assault but never considered it to be a constraining factor in their operations. The most terrible abuses are bonded labour, prostitution, and human trafficking. Subjugation, prostitution, and human trafficking are three aspects that criminal law focuses on. Prostitution and slavery are forms of modern servitude that are protected by the law. Individual dealings for the sake of business. These are the three wrongdoings that must be investigated or will have an impact on human life in some way. For the sake of money, people degrade themselves. The lack of money is the primary motivation for forced prostitution and servitude. They are frequently unable to support themselves and hence offer their bodies to others. Everyone will be instructed and enrolled in order to reduce money-related concerns at such an increasing rate.


Keywords:- Prostitution, Slavery ,Human trafficking, Elimination, Practices.

 

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Abbreviation: NLR 

ISSN:   2582-8479 (O)

Year of Starting: 2020

Place: New Delhi, India

Accessibility: Open Access

Peer Reviewer: Double Blind

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