Human Trafficking

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BEL 492

(Individual Presentation)

Student’s Name: Puteri Noor Liyana binti Ahmad
Faculty / Group: Architecture, Planning and Surveying / AP22705A Lecturer’s Name: Mr. Darmarajah
Order: Topical Order/Spatial
General Purpose: To inform

Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the global issue of human trafficking and how to stop it.

Central Idea: Human trafficking has become the global issue as it will lead to slavery, black market’s organ trading and drugs’ trafficking, the victims as well the traffickers and how to end human trafficking.


I. Human trafficking is the illegal trade of human beings for the purposes of reproductive slavery, commercial sexual exploitation, forced labor, or a modern-day form of slavery. II. Human trafficking is a human rights violation at every stage of the trafficking process. It is a crime against dignity and integrity of person. It may include deprivation of liberty, cruel and degrading treatment, physical and psychological violence, theft of documents and property, sexual abuse, labor violations, deprivation of access to medical care and education among others offences. III. Often used by the term of ‘modern slavery’, trafficking has a broad global impact as well. It weakens legitimate economies, fuels violence, threatens public health and safety, shatters families, and shreds the social fabric that is necessary for progress. IV. Today I would like to inform you about what is human trafficking, who are the likely victims and the traffickers and how to end it.

(Transition: Let’s start with what is human trafficking)


I. Right now, the largest slave trade in history is taking place around the world. A. As quoted from the definition is structured around three major elements: 1. ACT:...
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