Child Trafficking Leading to Child Labor in India

Authors

  • Savita Singh Research Scholar, Kalinga University, Raipur

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53573/rhimrj.2022.v09i09.001

Keywords:

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Abstract

Enslavement is traditionally associated with human smuggling, which entails the selling and transport of human people as animals, seeing them as objects that may be traded and purchased. Modern slavery is the act of recruiting, transferring, transporting, harbouring, or receiving a child below the age of 18 for exploitation purpose. The Indian constitution expressly outlaws child trafficking and slave labor, and both violations are penalised under Art 23(1) of the Indian Constitution. Unemployment, a scarcity of work and school possibilities, the disintegration of social systems, and other factors contribute to child trafficking. According to international law, trafficking individuals cannot be prejudiced against solely because they are non-nationals. Humanitarian Rights extends to everybody inside a Particular geographical region or authority, irrespective of nationality or status or how they arrived there. Anti-trafficking actions must be taken globally, particularly in human smuggling areas, both remote and metropolitan.

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Published

2022-09-30

How to Cite

Singh, S. (2022). Child Trafficking Leading to Child Labor in India. RESEARCH HUB International Multidisciplinary Research Journal, 9(9), 01–06. https://doi.org/10.53573/rhimrj.2022.v09i09.001