Trafficking in persons is a serious crime and a grave violation of human rights. Every year, thousands of men, women and children fall into the hands of traffickers, in their own countries and abroad. Almost every country in the world is affected by trafficking, whether as a country of origin, transit or destination for victims. It refers to the sale of children and results for commercial sexual activities or bonded labour. This usually refers to the modern-day slavery and human trafficking is also fastest growing crime industry across the world. The 60 percent of all victims are girls or women who slave for enforced sexual activities. The United Nations General Assembly has insisted tp prevent, suppress and punish Trafficking In persons, especially women and children marked a significant milestone in international efforts to stop the trade in people.
According to the International Labor Organization there are 13 million children and adults facing the trouble of enforced labor, commercial sexual servitude and bonded labor within countries or by transnational activities of several groups. The 60 percent of all victims are girls or women who slave for enforced sexual activities.
There are a large number of orphanage children and adults, mostly girls and women are victim of trafficking across the world. However anyone can become the victim of this serious social evil. Human sex trafficking violates children and women’s fundamental rights under the federal government law and constitution. These basic rights includes right to free from slavery, the right to get equal protection, the right to free from discrimination on the basis of gender, nationality and the rights to security of life and freedom from any type of torture.
However, the cases of human trafficking have been increasing in the last few years. The governments and International Human Rights Association required to enact laws against the human trafficking to prevent the violation of human slavery across the world.