انسانی بیوپار سے متعلق رپورٹ سالہا سال سے نفاذ قانون کے عمل کے ذریعے انسانی خریدوفروخت کے متاثرین کو تحفظ دینے کی اہمیت بڑے مفصل انداز سے بیان کرتی چلی آ رہی ہے۔ متاثرین کو مدنظر رکھ کر ترتیب دیے گئے طریقہِ کار کا ایک بنیادی اصول یہ ہے کہ انسانی بیوپار کے متاثرین کو ان کے غیرقانونی سرگرمیوں میں ملوث ہونے پر مجرمانہ عمل کا ذمہ دار نہیں ٹھہرایا جانا چاہیے کیونکہ یہ سرگرمیاں انسانی بیوپار کا نشانہ بننے کے براہ راست
امریکی محکمہ خارجہ انسانی بیوپار کی روک تھام کی غرض سے دنیا بھر کے مماﻟﮏ ﮐﮯ ﺳﺎﺗﮫ اﻣﺮﯾﮑﯽ اﻗﺪاﻣﺎت ﮐﯽ ﻗﯿﺎدت ﮐﺮﺗﺎ ﮨﮯ اور اﻧﺴﺎﻧﯽ ﺑﯿﻮﭘﺎر ﮐﮯ ﺧﻼف اﻣﺮﯾﮑﯽ ﺣﮑﻮﻣﺖ ﮐﮯ ﻣﺨﺘﻠﻒ اداروں میں کی جانے والی کوششوں میں رابطہ کاری میں مدد دیتا ہے۔
Survivors of human trafficking have often endured a degree of trauma significant enough to have lasting psychological and physical effects. To appropriately support survivors, a trauma-informed approach should be incorporated across all anti-trafficking efforts, including during the criminal justice process and while providing victim services.
Government purchases of goods and services represent a significant share of the global economy and thus present an important opportunity for governments to promote responsible business practices, reinforce their expectations of the private sector, and drive the transformation of global markets.
The international community agrees that a family caregiving setting, or an alternative solution that is appropriate and culturally sensitive, is the most conducive environment for the growth, well-being, and safety of children. Removal of a child from the family should only be considered as a temporary, last resort. Studies have found that both private and government-run residential institutions for children, or places such as orphanages and psychiatric wards that do not offer a family-based setting, cannot replicate the emotional companionship and attention found in family environments that are prerequisites to healthy cognitive development. Yet, about eight million children worldwide live in these facilities, even though an estimated 80 to 90 percent of them have at least one living parent. The physical and psychological effects of staying in residential institutions, combined with societal isolation and often subpar regulatory oversight by governments, place these children in situations of heightened vulnerability to human trafficking.
The “3P” paradigm—prosecution, protection, and prevention—continues to serve as the fundamental framework used around the world to combat human trafficking. The United States also follows this approach, reflected in the Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (Palermo Protocol) and in the United States’ Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000, as amended (TVPA). The U.S. Department of State’s Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (TIP Office) employs a range of diplomatic and programmatic tools to advance the 3P paradigm worldwide. In addition, a “4th P”—for partnership—serves as a complementary means to achieve progress across the 3Ps and enlist all segments of society in the fight against modern slavery.
Governments face a special challenge in addressing domestic servitude in diplomatic households, a form of human trafficking involving domestic workers employed by diplomats and international organization officials posted abroad. Although it is rare that diplomats subject domestic workers to involuntary servitude or other forms of exploitation, on those occasions when it does occur, the problem is a grave and challenging one for host governments to address.
A CPC Partnership is a multi-year plan, developed jointly by the United States and a particular country, that documents the commitment of the two governments to achieve shared objectives aimed at strengthening the country’s efforts to effectively prosecute and convict child traffickers, to provide comprehensive trauma-informed care for child victims of these crimes
The Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (TIP Office) combats human trafficking by funding programs and projects to strengthen efforts internationally to prosecute traffickers, protect victims, and prevent trafficking. The TIP Office develops programming strategies to address the global trends and country-specific recommendations in the Trafficking in Persons Report. The TIP Office oversees a competitive award process to strengthen legal frameworks and victim-centered law enforcement, build government and NGO capacity, enhance trauma-informed victim protection, and support other anti-trafficking efforts. Since 2001, the TIP Office has managed over 960 awards totaling more than $300 million in foreign assistance for anti-trafficking efforts implemented by U.S. and foreign NGOs, institutions of higher education, for-profit organizations, and international organizations.
مس جانسٹن: ہیلو، دفتر خارجہ میں خوش آمدید۔ میرا نام کیری جانسٹن ہے اور میں یہاں انسانی بیوپار کی نگرانی اور روک تھام کے دفتر میں قائم مقام ڈائریکٹر ہوں۔