CONTENTS:- Emerging Social Problems; Trafficking of Girls and Children: Situational Analysis; Immensity of the Problem of Trafficking; Trafficking of Women and Children; Indian's International and Regional Commitment; Law, Law Enforcement and Judiciary; Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women; Protocal to Prevent, Suppress ad Punish Trafficking in Person, Especially Women and Children, Supplementing the United Nations Conventions against Translational Organised Crime; The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000; Trafficking and Commercial Child Sexual Abuse in India: The Status; Policy Initiatives Against Trafficking and Commercial Child Sexual Abuse in India; Initiatives in Co-operation: Fighting Trafficking and Commercial Child Sexual Abuse in India; Child Prostitute and Children of Prostitutes; Swadhar: a Scheme for Women in Difficulty Circumstances; Minimum Standards of Care and Support for the Victims of Trafficking and Other Forms of Violence in South Asia.
The book examines the problem of trafficking of children for the purpose of commercial sexual exploitation (hereafter reffered to as CSE) and describes the framework within which this exploitation takes place. Additionally, it feature a brief review of the various rescue and rehabilitation initiatives by the Government as well as Non-Governmental Sector. This chapter also contains a review of various national and international policies as well as laws of the country pertaining to trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation. The book ends with an overview of the definitions used within the study.