Less Than 1% Of Thousands Of Trafficked Children Were Compensated For Their Ordeal

At nine, police found Vinit working as a child slave in a jeans factory in India’s capital. Five years later, the trial of those who trafficked him has not begun and he has not received compensation due. Red tape and slow trials are crippling a post-pandemic nation’s ability to address a surge in child trafficking.

20 Sep 2021        MONICA JHA