Human Trafficking: A Human Rights Oriented Approach

Ardeshir Farrokhzad


Men’s struggle for survival has never been so intense, and they have been able to save themselves from the physical pain inflicted by fatal war weapons. However, the invasion on men’s dignity in different forms including organ smuggling, experimental dummy, slavery, forced prostitution, etc. has followed an unprecedented rate in terms of inflicting misery and suffering millions of lives across the universe in the contemporary world. Most probably, “Right to Dignified Life” could be considered the most salient objective of Human Rights Principle. It is also a justified fact that the tragic misery of contemporary man has to do with obliteration of the same fundamental principle underpinning Human Rights. More importantly, it is not merely sufficient for a man to survive. Man requires self-dignity, voice and remedies for achieving happiness and welfare, otherwise he/she is nothing but a mere physical existence. The contemporary man that has undergone such huge amount of human tragedies and sufferings increasingly loses its control over its own body, work and movement, and many accede to the fact that the most obvious reason is human trafficking.

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