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Welcome to the 
presentation 
Human trafficking 
08/21/14 prepared by group 3 1
Group 3 
• Dipanwita Dey 120305 
• Anika Nusrat 120309 
• Priyanka Hui Chowdhury 120316 
• Nusrat Jahan 120329 
• Niaz Bhu...
Content 
Introduction 
Origin of human trafficking 
Victims 
Factor 
Current scenario 
Impact & effects 
Precaution...
Introduction 
Trafficking in persons’ shall mean 
the recruitment, transportation, 
transfer, harboring or receipt of 
per...
Origin of Human trafficking 
Slavery was abolish 150 years ago 
There are more people in slavery today 
The number of p...
How can such a trade in human beings 
occur in the 21st century? 
It is a low risk 
& high profit 
business. 
08/21/14 pre...
Victims of Human trafficking 
 Undocumented immigrants 
 Runaway and homeless youth 
 Victims of trauma and abuse 
 Re...
Factors of Human trafficking 
Local factors 
Universal Factors 
Practice of entrusting 
Low Risk 
High Profits 
Dema...
Factors of Human trafficking 
08/21/14 prepared by group 3 9
Current Scenario 
 Increasing significantly. 
 Rate doubled over last 10 years. 
 Thousands of people are smuggled and ...
Current Scenario (Cont……) 
The traffickers use some 18 points of the 
country to push our people. 
Government has enacte...
Human trafficking Map 
08/21/14 prepared by group 3 12
Impact of Human Trafficking 
Causes of others antisocial acts or crimes 
•Occurrence of murder, rape and assault; 
• Faci...
Impact of Human Trafficking 
 Declining Labor potentiality 
of our country 
 Falling victim to fraudulent 
employment pr...
Impact of Human Trafficking 
Health Haphazard 
• Living in slave-like conditions in 
secluded environments 
• Vulnerable ...
Impact of Human Trafficking 
Effects after Re-integration of victims 
• Lack of social acceptance sexually 
Transmitted I...
Precautions against Human trafficking 
Creating public campaigns and educational 
awareness to stop human trafficking 
E...
Prevention of Human Trafficking 
Launching information campaigns to 
promote awareness about trafficking. 
Strengthening...
Prevention of Human Trafficking 
Analyzing the factors of Human Trafficking 
 Identification of traffickers and traffick...
A message to all…… 
08/21/14 prepared by group 3 20
joined-all.mp4 
08/21/14 prepared by group 3 21
08/21/14 prepared by group 3 22
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  1. 1. Welcome to the presentation Human trafficking 08/21/14 prepared by group 3 1
  2. 2. Group 3 • Dipanwita Dey 120305 • Anika Nusrat 120309 • Priyanka Hui Chowdhury 120316 • Nusrat Jahan 120329 • Niaz Bhuiyan 120354 08/21/14 prepared by group 3 2
  3. 3. Content Introduction Origin of human trafficking Victims Factor Current scenario Impact & effects Precautions & preventions A message 08/21/14 prepared by group 3 3
  4. 4. Introduction Trafficking in persons’ shall mean the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harboring or receipt of persons, by means of the threat or use of force or other forms of coercion, of abduction, of fraud. 08/21/14 prepared by group 3 4
  5. 5. Origin of Human trafficking Slavery was abolish 150 years ago There are more people in slavery today The number of people in related with it is more than any other time in history 08/21/14 prepared by group 3 5
  6. 6. How can such a trade in human beings occur in the 21st century? It is a low risk & high profit business. 08/21/14 prepared by group 3 6
  7. 7. Victims of Human trafficking  Undocumented immigrants  Runaway and homeless youth  Victims of trauma and abuse  Refugees  Impoverished groups and individuals Minors (under age 18) Women & children  Unemployed &Illiterate individuals  Tribal & minority groups 08/21/14 prepared by group 3 7
  8. 8. Factors of Human trafficking Local factors Universal Factors Practice of entrusting Low Risk High Profits Demand for Labor Trafficking Demand for Sex Trafficking 08/21/14 prepared by group 3 8
  9. 9. Factors of Human trafficking 08/21/14 prepared by group 3 9
  10. 10. Current Scenario  Increasing significantly.  Rate doubled over last 10 years.  Thousands of people are smuggled and trafficked every month from Bangladesh. Bangladeshi people smuggled in India, Kolkata, Pakistan & gulf countries etc. 08/21/14 prepared by group 3 10
  11. 11. Current Scenario (Cont……) The traffickers use some 18 points of the country to push our people. Government has enacted specific laws. But corruption in the administration has kept the scenario remain unchanged. 08/21/14 prepared by group 3
  12. 12. Human trafficking Map 08/21/14 prepared by group 3 12
  13. 13. Impact of Human Trafficking Causes of others antisocial acts or crimes •Occurrence of murder, rape and assault; • Facilitation of illegal immigration; • Corruption; • Money laundering, etc. 08/21/14 prepared by group 3 13
  14. 14. Impact of Human Trafficking  Declining Labor potentiality of our country  Falling victim to fraudulent employment promise to overseas;  Loosing huge possibility to earn foreign currency from potential labor . 08/21/14 prepared by group 3 14
  15. 15. Impact of Human Trafficking Health Haphazard • Living in slave-like conditions in secluded environments • Vulnerable to HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections • Suffering a detrimental health haphazard. 08/21/14 prepared by group 3 15
  16. 16. Impact of Human Trafficking Effects after Re-integration of victims • Lack of social acceptance sexually Transmitted Infection or HIV positive victims • Having no temporary or permanent residency status , travel and identity documents. • psychosocial, physical and financial problems. 08/21/14 prepared by group 3 16
  17. 17. Precautions against Human trafficking Creating public campaigns and educational awareness to stop human trafficking Ensuring economic equality among vulnerable groups Implementing stronger laws to punish human traffickers and those who aid them Focusing attention on potential victims and clients, children & adolescents Decreasing labor demands for specialized jobs 08/21/14 prepared by group 3 17
  18. 18. Prevention of Human Trafficking Launching information campaigns to promote awareness about trafficking. Strengthening the capacity of law enforcement agencies to arrest and prosecute traffickers. Improving accessibility to education. 08/21/14 prepared by group 3 18
  19. 19. Prevention of Human Trafficking Analyzing the factors of Human Trafficking  Identification of traffickers and trafficked victims Empowering the vulnerable sections living in remote corners of country Generating awareness by appropriate communication strategies spreading literacy & economic rights for women and adolescent girls 08/21/14 prepared by group 3 19
  20. 20. A message to all…… 08/21/14 prepared by group 3 20
  21. 21. joined-all.mp4 08/21/14 prepared by group 3 21
  22. 22. 08/21/14 prepared by group 3 22
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