Logo

0
Your cart is empty empty bag

Free Delivery Worldwide on orders over $50

Х

Trafficking in Women and Children in India

 
Sankar Sen (Author)
Synopsis

In a globalising world, trafficking in women and children for their economic and sexual exploitation continues. This book presents the research findings of Action Research on Trafficking in Women and Children in India (ARTWAC) that involved the United Nations Development Fund for Women, the National Human Rights Commission and the Institute of Social Sciences. The workings and processes of this unethical and illegal activity in India were uncovered and understood by researchers from ISS, New Delhi and several other partner NGOs from all over India who surveyed about 4,000 people across 12 Indian states, including traffickers, victims and survivors of commercial sexual exploitation, the 'client's, brothel owners, police officials and children working as bonded labour. Firmly grounded in a human rights approach, the first section of the book analyses the data generated by ARTWAC and gives detailed recommendations for improved judicial interventions, law enforcement and community participation in anti-trafficking strategies. The second section contains a rich collection of case studies, giving an on-ground picture of how exploiters have little or no respect for the rights of victims of trafficking. Trafficking in Women and Children in India is a must-have reference manual for those involved in judicial and legal interventions into the trafficking trade and for those involved in the struggle for upholding the rights of women and children in India.

Read more
99.00 89.1 $ 110.00 $
Free delivery Wolrdwidе in 10-18 days Ships in 1-2 days from New Delhi Membership for 1 Year $35.00
Get it now and save 10%
Members SAVE 10% every day
BECOME A MEMBER
About the author

Sankar Sen

Sankar Sen, former Director General, national Human Rights Commission, New Delhi and former Director of the National Police Academy, Hyderabad, joined the Indian Police Service in 1960. He graduated from Presidency College, Calcutta, and obtained master's degree in History from Calcutta University and LLB from Utkal University. He was allotted to Orissa cadre and held a number of posts with distinction. He joined the Border Security Force as the Inspector general in 1987 and was later on promoted as the Additional Director general. Thereafter, he was posted as the Director of the SVP national Police Academy (NPA), the premier institution for training of senior police officers in the country. He was awarded the Police medal for meritorious service in 1979 and President's Police medal for distinguished service in 1986. On completion of his assignment in the NPA, he joined as the director general of the National Human Rights Commission and later on functioned as the Special Reporter, in charge of custodial justice programmes of the NHRC. He has to his credit many books. Including Police Today and Human Rights in a developing Society; Tryst with law Enforcement and Human Rights; Law Enforcement and Cross Border terrorism; Human Rights and Law Enforcement, etc. At present, he is a Senior fellow in the Institute of Social Sciences, New Delhi.

Read more
Write a review
Reviews 0in total
 

Bibliographic information

Title Trafficking in Women and Children in India
Author Sankar Sen
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.12.2007
Edition Reprint.
Language: English
isbn 8125028455, 9788125028451
length xxxviii+748p., Tables; Figures; Bibliography; 29cm.