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Trafficking in women and forced prostitution

Author: 
Anindita Choudhury
Subject Area: 
Social Sciences and Humanities
Abstract: 

The status of women in India, both historically and socially has been one of the respect and reverence. Our Constitution and other enactments are providing their protection to the utmost level. Usually respect of women is considered as the respect of nation. But in our society, monsters in the face of human being are prevailing, as a result of which inspite of so many enactments, the women in every phase of their life are being deprived and being made target of various heinous crimes from ancient era to till today. In these varieties in the world of crimes one of the most atrocious one is the trafficking in women and forced prostitution. Thus as we know trafficking means:, The recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt of persons by means of the threat, use of force or other forms of coercion, of abduction, of fraud, of deception, abuse of power, or of giving or receiving payments or benefits to achieve the consent of a person having control over another, for the purpose of exploitation. So forced prostitution and trafficking of women is being practiced since ages. Various factors are working behind such crime. Poverty, illiteracy, lack of awareness, and some binding factors upon them may be the cause. It is researched that trafficking in persons is an increasing problem that involves both sexual exploitation and labour exploitation of the victims. It affects all regions and in the world. Both men and women may be the victims of trafficking, but primary victims worldwide are women and girls, the majorities of them are trafficked for the purpose of sexual exploitation and forced prostitution. Indian legislatures are there to curve such burning issues. But inspite of the presence of several laws, the problems are not decreasing due to various factors like growth of poverty, illiteracy, views and thoughts of men towards women and mainly lack of awareness among women about their rights. Thus Prevention of trafficking in women requires examining the factors that contribute to the problem and providing education to potential victims.

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