Field Challenges in Human Trafficking Research in India


September 22 | 11:30 - 12:30 AM | Room 2591

Human trafficking is one of the gravest forms of human rights violation. The prevention model, protection and insecurity of victims and potential victims of human trafficking, would be understandable through a detailed and scientific research. However, human trafficking research poses many challenges, ranging from methodology to the field data collection process. In countries like India where the vulnerability, cultural dominance, and existence of victims is at the high-risk level, the research on such a sensitive issue poses hard challenges in the field.
The present theme is based upon Jaffer Latief Najar’s personal experience being a researcher conducting a national-level survey in the field.
 

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