Plug in the loopholes
The WCD proposed Trafficking of Persons (Prevention, Protection and Rehabilitation) Bill 2016 is just what we need now. Ashamed by crippling global figures, India swears its allegiance to creating a strong legal, economic and social environment to fight off trafficking and to plug in all the loopholes existing in the current system, and this bill fit the boxes so well. Furthermore, the Centre is on its way to draft a new legislation on anti-human trafficking and set up a dedicated crime investigating agency, solely to probe into human trafficking cases. Though the talks regarding these processes and constitution have already started in the Parliament, what we are waiting for is its implementation.
Need for Technology
We’re in a time and space that allows global corporations and governments to streamline policy and production processes on a phone application. 3 person startups are building products, programs and resources to trigger global movements and optimize highly efficient conversion funnels.
We’re using technology to educate and influence millions of people on a daily basis. And this technology is now accessible. In fact, India has leapfrogged its way to being Facebook’s biggest audience base in the world.