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Director of India's Central Bureau of Investigation on the need to protect vulnerable communities

09/04/2014 6:15 pm

Mr Ranjit Sinha, Director of the Central Bureau of Investigation, India, at the 'Combating Human Trafficking' Conference in Rome

Mr Ranjit Sinha, Central Bureau of Investigation, India, spoke to delegates about the need to protect vulnerable communities. He described human trafficking as a borderless organised crime with the grave human rights violations - a combination of several crimes in itself like physical, mental, sexual exploitation, debt bondage, commoditization of human beings and deprivation of human dignity.

"The four major issues stated in the background note are: 1) Prevention, 2) Victims support in the country of rescue, 3) Victims support in the source rehabilitated country and 4) Network of agencies - including religious congregations and priests."

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Full speech given by Mr Ranjit Sinha, Director of the Central Bureau of Investigation, India, at the 'Combating Human Trafficking' conference in Rome. Titled: "Protecting Vulnerable Communities". 9 April 2014.