Human Trafficking: Beyond the Borders Into India

Siddhartha Sarkar
Principal and Executive Head, Ananda Chandra College of Commerce, Jalpaiguri, West Bengal, India

Series: Safety and Risk in Society
BISAC: SOC059000



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Human trafficking remains a pressing global challenge which is a source of enormous misery and abuse. In addition to the human security consequences, trafficking also drives broader problems related to organised crime and underground economy. This book represents one of the first comprehensive evidence-based research projects on human trafficking in a region of the world where sex trafficking thrives. The book has been meticulously put together and may serve as a required resource for police authorities, non-governmental organizations and other public entities that are committed to protecting women and children from this most dreadful form of human exploitation.
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Chapter 1. Introduction

Chapter 2. Trafficking of Women and Children in South Asia

Chapter 3. Trafficking Law and Law Enforcement in India

Chapter 4. Findings from the Survey

Chapter 5. Policy Recommendation and Conclusion

Chapter 6. Human Trafficking Reported Cases


“An important contribution on a much neglected area, addressing human trafficking from Nepal and Bangladesh to India, and the human rights challenges posed. This book deserves to be widely read.” - Satvinder S. Juss, Professor of Law at King’s College London, UK

“This book, through its empirical works, is an evidence-based examination of sex trafficking to include the identification of specific travel routes, and modus operandi as applied to this most significant crime against humanity. A welcomed addition to any course on sex trafficking." - Kimberly A. McCabe, Professor of Criminology at University of Lynchburg, USA

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