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Title: Combating the Trafficking of Myanmar Women to China and Thailand
Lead Presenter: Nita Nita
Session Abstract: The problem of human trafficking is commonly referred to as modern day slavery which is still threatening mankind in all over the world. In Myanmar, human Trafficking violates women’s rights and currently government is giving a high priority to combat the issue. Myanmar is a major source country of human trafficking especially women and girls in to Thailand and China. During the period of 2007- 2017, the majority of Myanmar women and girls affected were sold as wives to China trafficked for purposes of sexual exploitation to Thailand as forced labor. This paper examines the efficiency of law enforcement relating to human trafficking in Myanmar and analyzes the government policy measures to combating human trafficking. This paper has attempted to provide analysis and recommendations for the elimination of human trafficking in Myanmar.
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