September 6, 2005
The international community considers trafficking in children as a contemporary from of slavery and a gross violation of child rights. It is also a growing phenomenon internationally, regionally and nationally. While trafficking is a global problem and integral part of the process of international migration, it does assume specific regional and national dimensions. The increasingly protectionist policies of countries of destination which also constitute the labour receiving countries and the subsequent restriction on legal forms of migration, as well as the growing economic crisis with increasing unemployment, play a major role in the growing incidence of trafficking of children within in Asia-Pacific and specially within the South Asian region. Bangladeshi children are more vulnerable and are being trafficked almost every day and they are suffering a lot. As an anti trafficking activist I am trying my best to contribute in the process of prevention human trafficking through different local organization by mobilizing the people. Besides that I also would like to mobilize the international community towards prevention of such inhuman activity hence I love to be a member of SMS.
I'm a Human Rights Activist working since 1987. Live in Bangladesh.
Good job, and i am proud being a member of it.