Human Trafficking

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction

1.1 What is Human Traffiking ?
1.2 Objective of studying ?

2. What cause Human Trafficking?

2.1 The linkage between Migration and Human Trafficking ? 2.2 Push factor and Pull factors
2.3 Education…………………………………………………………………...

3. Propose solutions Human Trafficking

3.1 Strenghen the Law…………………………………………………………………………………… 3.2 Job Skill Traning For Shleter Victims..……………………………………………………….. 3.3Provide Well Educated to People………………………………………………………………

4 Conclusion.……………………………………..........................................................................................

5. Reference……………………………………………………………………………………………………

Introduction

1 What is human trafficking?

Before delving into the paper, it is necessary to first understand the concept of human trafficking. “Human trafficking” is mainly defined as the illegal trade of human beings for the purpose of commercial sexual exploration or reproductive slavery. Human trafficking is considered as modern day slavery and it has increased dramatically over the year and it almost occurs at everywhere. It kind of recruitment, transportation, harboring, or taking of persons by means of threat, force, coercion, or deception for the purpose of exploiting them, or other form of sexual exploitation, or practice similar to slavery, servitude or the removal of organs. Today there are many forms of human trafficking; victims are forced to work in homes, factories, fishing boats, or in agriculture fields, for employers that keep them virtually imprisoned.  Some are forced into sexual servitude, while others must beg on the streets for asking some money from walker along the street.  Many victims [1]‘’are tricked, thinking they are receiving a legitimate job opportunity, only to find themselves trapped and unable to leave an exploitive situation.  Others are simply bought and sold like property.  They are children, women, and men – of all ages.  Most of them have no way to ask for help to back home. (Naro, S.Rajaratnam School of International Studies, 2009)’’

1. Objective of the studying

This study seeks to examine whether existing efforts made by the govern- ment and NGOs are sufficient in helping the victims, by examining the following questions:

• what are the particular needs of the victims?

• Has the reintegration process been successful?

• what more can the Cambodia government, NGOs and private sector can do to help the victims?

What Causes Human Trafficking?

1 The linkage between Migration and Human Trafficking

[2]According to Marshall (2001), trafficking is linked to irregular migration, Sometime it happens in destination counties where an increasing number of women in particular become victims to various kinds of abusive, exploitative, and irregular forms of migration associated with trafficking. It is also known as “blind migration” and the flow of migration from such created the risk of...
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