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Effectiveness of Existing Laws and Institutional Existing Laws to Combat Trafficking in Women and Children in Nepal
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Trafficking continues to pose serious social, developmental and gender related threats in the countries of our region. our initiatives to address trafficking we have worked towards creating substantial awareness against the problem, building capacity of right holders and duty bearers, strengthening national and regional mechanisms, promoting gender based legislation with an overarching human rights approach. Reflecting on what we have been able to do so far, we feel that through our collective initiatives we have been able to build a strong foundation on which the anti-trafficking work is initiated and taken forward.Human right violations often create a fertile environment for crimes like trafficking.the trafficking in women and children is in increase as an impact of the conflict and economic as well as human rights crisis in the country. The initiatives to combat trafficking is crippled by the everyday worsening human rights situation that
have forced women and children in the hands of those who are making profit out of their vulnerability.Trafficking has not got the kind of focused attention that it requires. The Ninth Plan of Nepal did not specifically refer to trafficking. The labour policy is only designed to eliminate child labour but does not address the trafficking of children. The health policy does not give any priority for women’s health despite all of the evidence of the severe health effects of sexual exploitation and trafficking.
UNIFEM/UNWOMEN ,   (2005 )
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 UNWOMEN : Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women
14.02.02  -  Human Rights
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