Accession No.20210423
Date25/08/2021
FormatThesis
TitleHuman trafficking: An ASEAN perspective.
Authors/Creators Jaynitha Vijayan (TP050830)
Abstract

Corruption is one of the endemic highlights of human trafficking.It is common to both, sex and work dealing. Defilement empowers dealer's frequently effective endeavours to evade justice. Therefore, examples abound a police officer demands a bribe to ignore the presence of a child in a brothel, an immigration official receives payment to provide a forged passport, a judge dismisses a trafficking case in exchange for a share of the trafficker's profits, a law enforcement official deports a trafficking victim to prevent her testimony against a criminal defendant, a government official accepts a bribe to fraudulently provide residency permits for foreign workers.

As nations in Asia are encountering quick changes in financial, political, statistic and work slants as a result of globalization, expanding interest for modest work and overwhelming populace development in the district energizes relocation whether lawful or illicit. In any case, Southeast Asia has been recognized as one of the regions in which managing in individuals is most unavoidable, with examinations of 200,000 women and children being moved each year for sex work alone. This gauge does exclude the several thousands to a huge number of people who are moved in the developing work exchange the Southeast Asian district. However, more than 85% of human trafficking victims detected in East Asia and the Pacific, as well as in richer countries in the region such as Australia and Japan, were trafficked from within the region.

According to researcher, poverty is not the foundation of human dealing and that there are different factors, for example, the craving to approach upward versatility and information on the riches that can be picked up from working in urban areas, that at last draws in devastated people to human traffickers. 1 Background of study Human trafficking in ASEAN has for some time been an issue for the region and still is pervasive today. A blend of ruined people and the craving for more riches makes a situation for human dealers to profit in the Southeast Asia district. Southeast Asia has been distinguished as one of the districts in which dealing in people is most predominant, with evaluations of 200,000 ladies and kids being moved every year for sex work alone. In any case, debasement may appear as a cop dealing single unfortunate casualty or owning and working a business sex foundation that utilizes the administrations of dealt people.

SupervisorGeetha A. Rubasubdram
InstitutionAsia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation (APU)
SchoolGraduate School of Business
No. of pages123
Date2019/04/26
Date typeSubmission
RefereedYes, this version has been refereed
StatusSubmitted
Additional Information

A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation for the degree of Master of Accounting in Forensic Analysis (UCMF1804AFA).

Subject
  • Social Sciences
Keywords

Human ; Trafficking ; Dealing ; Corruption ; Socio-economy ; Migration ; Human development ; Slave trade ; Asia ; Social crimes.

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