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Transnational Sex-Trafficking - An Integrated Reparation Model

Transnational Sex-Trafficking - An Integrated Reparation Model

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  • Brand: Thomson Reuters
  • Edition: 1 Ed 2019
  • ISBN 13 9789389407198
  • Approx. Pages 491 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days
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Description
Millions of women are trafficked globally, resulting in slavery and violation of human rights. Indian is a major source and destination for sex-trafficking. Transnational Sex-Trafficking points out the modus operandi of this modern-day slavery and how the existence of red-light districts provide further support and an easy market to organized crime syndicates with the active or passive consent of the relevant state agencies. It also clearly shows how four socioeconomic factors - poverty, lack of education, child marriage and bigamy - have contributed enormously in increasing the vulnerability of women and children in Bangladesh to sex-trafficking. On the other hand, customer demand and profiteer demand act as the pull factors for sex-trafficking. Transnational Sex-Trafficking highlights that despite extensive legal obligations, the menace of cross-border sex-trafficking is unchecked and the existing models have proved to be ill-equipped to combat sex-trafficking between India and Bangladesh. The book develops a human rights-based, victim-centric Integrated Reparation model (IRM) by fusing the gaps in the current regulatory framework to combat sex-trafficking. It suggest a road map for the implementation of IRM by creating an appropriate institutional structure, arguing that IRM, if executed properly, should bring a paradigm shift in addressing the cross-border sex-trafficking between India and Bangladesh.
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Contents
Chapter 1    :    Transnational Sex-Trafficking: Issues and Challenges
Chapter 2    :    Cross-Border Sex-Trafficking between India and Bangladesh:
                           Extent, Modus Operandi and human rights Dimension
Chapter 3    :    Approach Towards Prostitution and International, Regional and National Legal
                           Frameworks to Combat Sex-Trafficking in India and Bangladesh: A Critical Evaluation
Chapter 4    :    Model to Combat Sex-Trafficking Existing Models and Victims' Rights to Reparation
Chapter 5    :    Preventing Sex-Trafficking by Addressing Vulnerability and Demand
Chapter 6    :    State Obligation for Effective Investigation and Prosecution of Trafficking Cases
Chapter 7    :    Rescue, Repatriation, Reintegration and Compensation: Support to Victims
Chapter 8    :    Demystifying Integrated Reparation Model and its Implementation
Chapter 9    :    Integrated Reparation Model to Combat Sex-Trafficking - A Way Forward
Annexure 1A
Annexure 1B
Annexure 2: Tabulation of Cases
List of Interviews
Questionnaire General
Questionnaire for Police and Prosecutors
Questionnaire for Prostituted Women and Survivors
Bibliography
Index
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Author Details
Dr. Sarfaraz Ahmed Khan
is Professor and Director of Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad. He has worked as faculty  at the West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences (WBNUJS), Where he also served as Registrar (Acting). Dr. Khan completed his doctorate from the City University of Hong Kong, and LL.M. and M.Phil, from WBNUJS. He has been awarded several scholarships including the British Chevening Scholarship to pursue his second LL.M. at the University of Essex, Hong Kong UGC Scholarship to pursue his Ph.D. and Michigan Grotius Research Fellowship to pursue research at Michigan Law School. He has also been awarded the International Visitors Leadership Programme Fellowship by the US Department of State on Anti-Human Trafficking. Dr. Khan's areas of interest include Criminal Justice Administration, Human Rights and issues related to human trafficking. He has imparted training to several functionaries of the criminal justice administration in India including the police, prosecutors and judges.
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