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International Journal of Home Science

2021, VOL. 7 ISSUE 3, PART A

Human trafficking and migration: A perspective on the core issues

Author(s): Dr. Ajanta Nayak
Abstract:
Migration is referred as the movement of people in search of better living and better job opportunities but during certain cases people are forced to migrate i.e. during war etc. Illegal migration often leads to other illegal and anti -social work. Trafficking is a global issue of the present time, the root causes includes conflict, refugees and migration. Women and children are the worst sufferers. The trafficked people are forced to do illegal work such as murder, rape, smuggling etc. Women are exploited sexually and are treated like animals. We have the essential tools to disrupt organised crime network through intelligence sharing, joint operations, financial investigations and coordination across local crime networks. We should deliver our responsibilities and acknowledge that we can and must do more to stop human suffering. This broad topic of migration and human trafficking is complex in itself. Women and children face various situation and they are forced to do illegal works and are tortured mentally and physically this inhuman channel makes use of the innocent people as puppets and molds them into criminals who can do smuggling, murder, rape etc.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Ajanta Nayak. Human trafficking and migration: A perspective on the core issues. Int J Home Sci 2021;7(3):07-09.
International Journal of Home Science