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Jan 05, 2019
Anti-Trafficking Bill: Survivors from West Bengal, Telangana and MP write to Narendra Modi for early passage in RSVictims of human trafficking from West Bengal, Andhra and other states write to PM Narendra Modi praying for the Anti-Trafficking Bill's early passage.
Dec 18, 2018
New anti-trafficking bill awaits Rajya Sabha nod; activists laud focus on rehabilitation, preventive measuresOver 12,000 survivors of human trafficking have written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the passing of the new anti-trafficking bill — Persons in Trafficking Bill (Prevention, Protection and Rehabilitation) Bill — by the Rajya Sabha in the Winter Session of the Parliament
Aug 24, 2018
In Jharkhand, girls are 'sold' cheaper than livestock; state's poverty-stricken regions hotspots of child traffickingRecently, Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi said that girls are being sold cheaper than cattle in the country. In Jharkhand, one sees that this statement is true.
Jul 19, 2018
Anti-trafficking bill not a rights-positive legislation, may further marginalise sex workers, trans people, childrenThe Anti-Trafficking Bill conflates trafficking with sex work, and therefore, impacts consenting adult sex workers, marginalising them further.
Jul 18, 2018
Monsoon Session of Parliament: India' first comprehensive anti-trafficking bill introduced in Lok SabhaIndia' first comprehensive anti-trafficking bill seeking to deal with the crime from the point of prevention, protection and rehabilitation was introduced in the Lok Sabha on Wednesday.
Apr 05, 2018
Parliament logjam threatens to tread over new anti-trafficking bill; survivors' hopes of justice, rehabilitation hang in balanceAnti-trafficking bill has been awaiting approval for last two years and as current Parliament session nears its end, it seems India has to wait some more.
Mar 21, 2018
Anti-human trafficking bill: Centre's move to assign understaffed NIA as nodal agency is counter-productiveCan an understaffed organisation like NIA, which is already tackling the gigantic problem of terrorism, be in a position to take on human trafficking cases?