State Level Seminar on “Women & Child Trafficking in INDIA and its Prevention” (October, 2013)

Sponsored by- NCW, Government of INDIA, New Delhi

Course Design

 
Trafficking in human beings, especially in women and children has become a matter of serious global concern. Women and children – boys and girls – have been exposed to unprecedented vulnerabilities commercial exploitation of these vulnerabilities has become a massive organized crime and a multimillion dollar business. The Govt. of India is attempting to combat this trade in human misery through legislative, executive, judicial, media and social action.
 
Trafficking of women and children is a worldwide phenomenon affecting large numbers of boys and girls day by day. Children and their families are often lured by the promise of better employment and a more prosperous life far from their homes. Others are kidnapped and sold. Trafficking violates a child’s right to grow up in a family environment and exposes him or her to a range of dangers, including violence and sexual abuse. 
 
In India, over the last couple of decade, the volume of human trafficking has increased though the exact numbers are not known; it is one of the most lucrative criminal trades, next to arms and drug smuggling undertaken by highly organized criminals. 
 
However it has been observed that the Voluntary Organizations, government, social activist, police and legal/judiciary departments are playing a vital role in various social and economic issues concerning to women and children in the country. These agencies can reduced the incidence of women and child trafficking in their respective areas. 
 
Keeping in view the Universal Development Foundation, Jaipur proposes to organize state level seminar on “Women & Child Trafficking in INDIA and its prevention at  Regal Restaurant & Banquets, D.C.M. Main Ajmer Road, Jaipur, Ph. 0141-4042370 on 23.03.2014 from 10:30 AM to 5:00 PM.
 
Objectives:
The objectives of programme would be to:
  • Share the magnitude of the problem with participations;
  • Sensitize them on legal framework and law enforcement;
  • Aware participants on role of Govt. agencies vis-à-vis judiciary and NGO’s and
  • Evolve a strategy for prevention, protection and rehabilitation of women and children from trafficking.
 
Contents:
The programme would broadly cover: destination section, impact of trafficking, legal framework for protection of trafficking, policies/programmes and initiatives of the Government, rehabilitation of trafficked victims and case study presentations.   
 
Training Methodology:
Participatory approach of training will be adopted. The programme will be imparted through lecture cum-discussion, audiovisual presentation and group exercise. 
 
Resource Persons:
It would comprise of subject matter experts, experienced persons associated with academic institutions, voluntary sector faculty.
 
Participants:
About 120-150 representatives from administration, legal, police and judiciary department and NGOs of Rajasthan States would attend this programme. 
 
Kit Materials
The participants would be provided with adequate reading and reference materials and other documents.
 
Registration Fee
No Registration Fees
 
For further details please contact:
 
D. K. Shukla
President
Universal Development Foundation
407, Geetanjali Tower, Ajmer Road,
Jaipur (Rajasthan)
Contact Number: 9414075174
E-mail: info@udfindia.com
Web: www.udfindia.com

 
 
 

 

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