Girl Child Trafficking - The Lockdown Effect in West Bengal
Author(s):
PUNYARUPA BHADURY
Keywords:
girl child, family, trafficking, forced marriages
Abstract
A child is a human being below the age of eighteen years and childhood is a precious time for any child in which he lives freely, safely and protected from abuse and exploitation. The status of a child, especially girl child has emerged as a fundamental question for the Indian society as they are often being considered to be a burden for their family as well for the society at large. The family which is the primary agent of socialization and the ‘care giving unit’ of a child sometimes becomes the offender in a child’s life.
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Unique Paper ID: 156448

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 3

Page(s): 712 - 717
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