This volume takes a fresh look at the issue of human trafficking which is one of the most heinous crimes against humanity today. The essays in this volume represent different disciplines like legal, gender, NGOs, tribals, biblical, theological, ethical, and ministerial perspectives. The research work also attempts to deal with questions such as: what human trafficking is, the causes, and issues involved, how to prevent, rescue, help the victims recover fully, and empower them to enjoy life once again. The intricate nature of the crime requires interdisciplinary approach.
The book appeals to every right thinking citizen and responsible persons to be more sensitive, sensible and perceptive about this reality. This book is meant to be useful for institutions, organizations, state agents, NGOs, ministers, counsellors, researchers, teachers, students and the readers in general. This volume may trigger further discussion and help prevent and combat this menace and help rescue victims, rehabilitate, restore and bring peace and justice to them and society.
1. Women as Victims of Trafficking
2. The Prevalence of Trafficking in Child Labour with Special Reference to our North East Context
3. Implulse Model and the Impluse Case Info Centre Software Tools to Counter Human Trafficking
4. Human Trafficking: A Reality
5. Human Trafficking vis-a-vis Legal Provisions and Enforcement
6. Biblical Response to Human Trafficking
7. Human Trafficking in North East India: A Theological Response
8. De-Coding Human Trafficking in A Post-De-Globalizing World Through the Prism of Christian Social Ethics
9. Restoration and Rehabilitation of Traffickerd Victims: Pastoral Care Perspective
Dr. Sangtemkala, for several years, has served as a Child Evangelist and Women Promoter in the Ao Baptist Churches Association, Impur, Nagaland. Presently, she is an Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Christian Theology at the Clark Theological College, Aolijen, Mokokchung, Nagaland.