Root Causes Responsible for Trafficking of Children for Domestic Work in Pakistan

Ilyas Khan, Ph.D. & Assistant Professor

Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan, Pakistan

Zhu Lijiang, Associate Professor

China University of Political Science and Law, China

Muhammad Zubair, Chairman & Associate Professor

Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan, Pakistan

Syed Muhammad Amir, PhD Scholar

China Agricultural University, China

Abstract

Trafficking of children for domestic work is a complex and multidimensional phenomenon and requires multidisciplinary approach which should be based on a comprehensive analysis of the root causes of the issue. The analysis of the root causes of trafficking of children for domestic work in Pakistan must consider the relevant factors that are specific to Pakistani society, namely its socio-economic circumstances and its poverty level. This paper aims to identify and examine the major causes responsible for trafficking of children for domestic work in Pakistan. In addition, the study provides how legal response to those significant causes related to this problem.

 

 

Journal of American Academic Research 

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