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Prostitution, Enslavement, And Human Trafficking Are All Examples Of Practices

Prostitution, Enslavement, And Human Trafficking Are All Examples Of Practices That Need To Be Eradicated Globally

Shubham Kashyap & Ashish Kumar, Law College Dehradun, Faculty of Uttaranchal University


The most heinous crimes are those that include human trafficking, which includes prostitution and enslavement. One of the oldest professions still performed today, prostitution dates back to 2400 BC and may be found all over the world. Involving other individuals in sexual acts in exchange for monetary compensation or other goods is simply one aspect of the practices known as prostitution. Slavery may be defined as the practice of taking advantage of vulnerable members of society in order to enrich those who benefit from their labour financially. People are becoming ensnared in this, and it has proven to be a very challenging obstacle for them to overcome. The illegal trade in people is a grave violation of human rights. Because of globalisation, the work of people trafficking has become much simpler for the criminal groups that engage in it. There is no data available on the volume of work being done neither in this subject, nor on the research trends being observed, nor on the industry titans.

Keywords: Prostitution, Slavery, Human Trafficking

Indian Journal of Law and Legal Research

Abbreviation: IJLLR

ISSN: 2582-8878


Accessibility: Open Access

License: Creative Commons 4.0

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