A Legal Descriptive Study of "Human Trafficking" Tracing the Pro -Activity and Awareness among University Students on Legal, Legislative and Criminal Procedures to be followed in Anti -Human Trafficking

Published: 26 February 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/vgvc6f4vpb.1
Dr Surender Sonu


Human trafficking takes place in almost all social, political, cultural, economic and legal contexts. In recent years, human trafficking has been identified as a form of modern slavery, as a threat to human security, and as one of the greatest human rights challenges of our time. In today's changing global scenario, "human trafficking" is the "new slave trade". This analogy implies that people who are trafficked live under conditions equal to those experienced by slaves in former times. Human trafficking has thus become an important issue of concern transcending borders and affecting countries all over the world. Human trafficking is considered to be the third-largest source of profit for organized crime.



Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University


Personal Project, Human Trafficking