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MEANING
Any person under 18 who is recruited, transported,
transferred, harboured or received for the purpose of
exploitat...
FORMS OF TRAFFICKING
It is also a kind of
 Sex trafficking.
 Domestic servitude.
 Factory and farm slavery.
 Children ...
IMPACT OF TRAFFICKING ON VICTIMS
Loss of support from the family and community.
Loss of proper education.
Obstacle in p...
CAUSES FOR CHILD TRAFFICKING
Poverty.
Migration.
Political instability.
Militarism.
Civil unrest.
Natural disaster i...
RECRUITMENT AND EXTRACTION
Fraud.
Trickery.
False promises.
Familiarity.
Violence.
Slaveholders keeps things in cont...
WHAT HAPPENS, IF WE IGNORED?
More exploitation of children's.
Children’s will suffer in silence.
It will continue to be...
LEGAL FRAMEWORK TO ADDRESS TRAFFICKING IN
INDIA
 Article 24 of the Constitution Prohibits employment of children below 14...
CONCLUSION
Trafficking in human beings, especially children, is a form of
modern day slavery and requires a holistic, mult...
PLEASE SAVE
CHILDREN’S….
Thank You
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Child trafficking

About the child trafficking in India.

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Child trafficking

  1. 1. MEANING Any person under 18 who is recruited, transported, transferred, harboured or received for the purpose of exploitation, either within or outside a country. Any act or transaction where a child is transferred by any person or a group of people for money or any kind of other form of payment.
  2. 2. FORMS OF TRAFFICKING It is also a kind of  Sex trafficking.  Domestic servitude.  Factory and farm slavery.  Children in army.  Children in bondage army.  Beggars.
  3. 3. IMPACT OF TRAFFICKING ON VICTIMS Loss of support from the family and community. Loss of proper education. Obstacle in physical development. Psychological traumas. Isolation from the society. Exploitation of child rights.
  4. 4. CAUSES FOR CHILD TRAFFICKING Poverty. Migration. Political instability. Militarism. Civil unrest. Natural disaster in homeland. Lack of unemployment.
  5. 5. RECRUITMENT AND EXTRACTION Fraud. Trickery. False promises. Familiarity. Violence. Slaveholders keeps things in control by constant threat of violence. Almost all trafficked children's are victims of extreme act of violence.
  6. 6. WHAT HAPPENS, IF WE IGNORED? More exploitation of children's. Children’s will suffer in silence. It will continue to be ignored. Traffickers exploits more children’s without any fear of prosecution. Countries will continue to let this tragedy happen.
  7. 7. LEGAL FRAMEWORK TO ADDRESS TRAFFICKING IN INDIA  Article 24 of the Constitution Prohibits employment of children below 14 years of age in factories, mines or other hazardous employment.  Section 366A – procuration of a minor girl (below 18 years of age) from one part of the country to the another is punishable.  Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, 1986 Prohibits employment of children in certain specified occupations and also lays down conditions of work of children.  Karnataka Devadasi Act, 1982.  Goa Children’s Act, 2003.
  8. 8. CONCLUSION Trafficking in human beings, especially children, is a form of modern day slavery and requires a holistic, multi-sectoral approach to address the complex dimension of the problem. In the fight against trafficking government organizations, non- governmental organizations, civil society, pressure groups, international bodies, all have to play an important role. Law can not be the only instrument to take care of all problems.
  9. 9. PLEASE SAVE CHILDREN’S…. Thank You

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