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Social media to combat human trafficking

This presentation is on the status of social media and how it can be used to combat human trafficking.

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Social media to combat human trafficking

  1. 1. 14 FEBRUARY 2016© DR ANAMIKA RAY MEMORIAL TRUST, 2015; CC-BY-SA 1 SOCIAL MEDIA TO COMBAT HUMAN TRAFFICKING (PRESENTATION AT SEMINAR ON THE LAUNCH OF ‘STATE CONVERGENT PLAN OF ACTION ON CHILD LABOUR’. ORGANISED BY ASSAM POLICE ON JAN 08, 2016) Dr. Ankuran Dutta Associate Professor, Bhupen Hazarika School of Mass Communication, KKHSOU Managing Trustee, Dr. Anamika Ray Memorial Trust
  2. 2. this presentation is dedicated to DR ANAMIKA RAY
  3. 3. UNDERSTANDING MEDIA  Concept of Media  Types of Media  Traditional Folk Media  Print Media  Electronic Media  New Media  New trend of media  Social Media  Understanding Social Media  Characteristics of Social Media  Present Status of Social Media 14 FEBRUARY 2016© DR ANAMIKA RAY MEMORIAL TRUST, 2015; CC -BY-SA 3
  4. 4. ICT IN INDIA 14 FEBRUARY 2016© DR ANAMIKA RAY MEMORIAL TRUST, 2015; CC -BY-SA 4 ICT Performance in India 2005 2014 Lower Middle Income Group Fixed-telephone subscriptions (per 100 people) 4.5 2.1 4.0 Mobile-cellular telephone subscriptions (per 100 people) 8.0 74.5 87.1 Fixed-broadband subscriptions (per 100 people) 0.1 1.2 2.4 Households with a computer (%) 2.0 13.0 17.0 Households with Internet access at home (%) 1.6 15.3 18.3 Population covered by a mobile-cellular network (%) 31 93 94 Source: The Little Data Book on Information and Communication Technology 2015, World Bank
  5. 5. UNDERSTANDING SOCIAL MEDIA  The term “Social media” refers to web-based and mobile technologies that are used by large groups of people to share information and to develop social and professional contacts.  Social media is the collective online communication channels dedicated to community-based input, interaction, content-sharing and collaboration.  Social media are internet based new media tools that allow people to create, share, or exchange information, career interests,ideas, and multimedia materials in virtual communities and networks that build on the ideological and technological foundations of Web 2.0, and that allow the creation and exchange of user-generated content.  (Inputs fromWhatls.com, Wikipedia and Andreas Kaplan and Michael Haenlein). 14 FEBRUARY 2016© DR ANAMIKA RAY MEMORIAL TRUST, 2015; CC -BY-SA 5
  6. 6. HISTORY OF SOCIAL MEDIA 14 FEBRUARY 2016© DR ANAMIKA RAY MEMORIAL TRUST, 2015; CC -BY-SA 6
  7. 7. 7C’S OF SOCIAL MEDIA  Contributory (Participatory)  Conversational  Connectedness  Commonality  Contents by users  Candidness  Commove Engagement 14 FEBRUARY 2016© DR ANAMIKA RAY MEMORIAL TRUST, 2015; CC -BY-SA 7
  8. 8. TECHNOLOGIES OF SOCIAL MEDIA  Blogs  Picture-sharing,  Vlogs,  Wall-postings,  Email,  Instant messaging,  Music-sharing,  Crowdsourcing  Voice over IP 14 FEBRUARY 2016© DR ANAMIKA RAY MEMORIAL TRUST, 2015; CC -BY-SA 8
  9. 9. TYPES OF SOCIAL MEDIA  Collaborative projects (e.g. Wikipedia),  Blogs and micro-blogs (e.g. Twitter),  Content communities (e.g. Youtube),  Social networking sites (e.g. Facebook),  Virtual game worlds (e.g. World of Warcraft) and  Virtual social worlds (e.g. Second Life).  Kaplan and Haenlein 14 FEBRUARY 2016© DR ANAMIKA RAY MEMORIAL TRUST, 2015; CC -BY-SA 9
  10. 10. TYPESOFSOCIALMEDIA 14 FEBRUARY 2016© DR ANAMIKA RAY MEMORIAL TRUST, 2015; CC -BY-SA 10
  11. 11. INTERNET USERS IN THE WORLD 14 FEBRUARY 2016© DR ANAMIKA RAY MEMORIAL TRUST, 2015; CC -BY-SA 11
  12. 12. FACEBOOK USERS 14 FEBRUARY 2016© DR ANAMIKA RAY MEMORIAL TRUST, 2015; CC -BY-SA 12
  13. 13. LEADING SOCIAL NETWORKS 14 FEBRUARY 2016© DR ANAMIKA RAY MEMORIAL TRUST, 2015; CC -BY-SA 13
  14. 14. SOCIAL NETWORK USERS 14 FEBRUARY 2016© DR ANAMIKA RAY MEMORIAL TRUST, 2015; CC -BY-SA 14
  15. 15. ENGAGEMENT OF SOCIAL MEDIA USER 14 FEBRUARY 2016© DR ANAMIKA RAY MEMORIAL TRUST, 2015; CC -BY-SA 15
  16. 16. COUNTRY PROFILE OF S.N. USERS 14 FEBRUARY 2016© DR ANAMIKA RAY MEMORIAL TRUST, 2015; CC -BY-SA 16
  17. 17. ACTIVE FACEBOOK USERS 14 FEBRUARY 2016© DR ANAMIKA RAY MEMORIAL TRUST, 2015; CC -BY-SA 17
  18. 18. ACTIVE WHATSAPP USERS 14 FEBRUARY 2016© DR ANAMIKA RAY MEMORIAL TRUST, 2015; CC -BY-SA 18
  19. 19. SOCIAL MEDIA USERS IN INDIA 14 FEBRUARY 2016© DR ANAMIKA RAY MEMORIAL TRUST, 2015; CC -BY-SA 19
  20. 20. HUMAN TRAFFICKING & SOCIAL MEDIA  Labour Trafficking/ Sex Trafficking and Social Media  Social Media intervention  Location mapping  Tracing  Identification/ Photo recognition  Networking with different players/ actors  Crowdsourcing and Flagging  Use of Mobile Apps  Rehabilitation 14 FEBRUARY 2016© DR ANAMIKA RAY MEMORIAL TRUST, 2015; CC -BY-SA 20
  21. 21. SOCIAL MEDIA INTERVENTION  The ultimate beneficiaries of any technological intervention should be the victims and survivours of human trafficking.  Successful implementation of anti-trafficking technologies requires cooperation among players across government, nongovernmental, and private sectors, sharing information and communicating in a coordinated manner.  Social media developers should recognize that their services and networks are being exploited by traffickers and take steps to innovate and develop anti-trafficking initiatives through their technologies and policies.  Social media interventions should account for the range of human rights potentially impacted by the use of advanced technologies.  Continuous involvement is necessary to ensure that tools are user- centric and refined over time to most effectively respond to shifts in technology and trafficking.  Mark Latonero ; http://technologyandtrafficking.usc.edu 14 FEBRUARY 2016© DR ANAMIKA RAY MEMORIAL TRUST, 2015; CC -BY-SA 21
  22. 22. RECOMMENDATIONS  To control and combat human trafficking  Use of Whatsapp group among the Police Officers  Use of Facebook page to create awareness and crowd participation; to share information in a public platform  Use of Twitter as micro-blogging to disseminate information of missing and found etc. among the government, non government, civil society organisations.  Use of Location based Social Media Monitoring Tools (eg. WeLink, Geofeedia etc.) for tracing the location of the victims.  Use of Photo Sharing Social Media Tools (Eg. Flickr) for identification/ photo recognition.  Use of Video calling tools like Skype for peer to peer or group discussion.  Use of E-mail to lodge FIR and complaint  Use of relevant social media platforms to share the laws related to human trafficking  Use of social media profiles to know the personal details, habits and mentality.  Use of social media platforms to maintain transference in the cases related to human trafficking.  Maintain the laws related to child and women victims while using social media. 14 FEBRUARY 2016© DR ANAMIKA RAY MEMORIAL TRUST, 2015; CC -BY-SA 22
  23. 23. Contact ankurandutta@gmail.com www.comcomm.org Ph- 91-9910115696 14 FEBRUARY 2016© DR ANAMIKA RAY MEMORIAL TRUST, 2015; CC -BY-SA 23

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