Human Trafficking: A Modern Time Slavery

  • Ghalib Nashter and Sofiya Naaz
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  • Ghalib Nashter

    Assistant Professor at Department of Law, Aligarh Muslim University, Centre Malappuram, Kerala, India

  • Sofiya Naaz

    Student at Department of Law, Aligarh Muslim University, Centre Malappuram, Kerala, India

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When we talk about human being living within a territory of a country one of the first thing which comes in our mind is the rights and protection which has been assured to them, especially in a country of democratic nature. In India’s context we can see that how our lawmakers were concerned about our rights and protection of the same. Articles are enshrined therein Constitution to protect an individual from any abuse or violations. When these rights are violated and that person is made deprived of it is not only the issue of that particular individual but of the state as a whole. One of the most heinous crime by which a person is deprived of those fundamental right vested is in the form of 'Flesh Trade' Or 'Trafficking of a person'. It is a form of epidemic witnessed by developing as well-developed state. In all these mishaps and increasing cases the judiciary system of India is trying to protect those victims and to ensure that the legislative measures taken to curb this down is adhered to. A very impact full role is also played by the NGO's in rescuing those victims from those unfavorable and deteriorating conditions. his abstract also delves into the complex web of factors that contribute to the persistence of human trafficking, including poverty, lack of education, gender inequality, armed conflicts, and weak legal systems. Additionally, it explores how globalization and digital technologies have both exacerbated and facilitated this modern form of slavery, enabling traffickers to exploit vulnerable populations more efficiently.




International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 5, Page 1854 - 1865


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