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Human Trafficing

By BellaSzmyd1 Apr 16, 2013 1224 Words
CAUSES (Why does this problem exist? What situations have brought it about? Who or what is responsible?)

1. Similar to traditional slavery; owner has complete control over the person.

SOURCE (Author's last name and page number where you found the information on - just put web if found online. Put the “Title” if no author): Cullen-DuPont 7

2. Debt cause people to go towards this

SOURCE (Author's last name and page number where you found the information on - just put web if found online. Put the “Title” if no author): Cullen-DuPont 7

3. 35,000 minor girls in prostitution in Thailand

SOURCE (Author's last name and page number where you found the information on - just put web if found online. Put the “Title” if no author): Cullen-DuPont 12

4. purpose of exploitation(prostitution, forced labour/slavery and the removal of organs)

SOURCE “What is Human Trafficking?” web

5. CST(child sex tourism)- when men and women travel to have intercourse with children

SOURCE (Author's last name and page number where you found the information on - just put web if found online. Put the “Title” if no author): : Cullen-DuPont 13

6. traders take advantage of women by gaining trust; abroad jobs or ‘boyfriends’ take them on vacation.

SOURCE (Author's last name and page number where you found the information on - just put web if found online. Put the “Title” if no author): Cullen-DuPont 10

7. anchorage man used cocaine, and abuse to obtain his victims to stay as prostitutes

SOURCE “Human Trafficking: Today’s Slave Trade” web

CAUSES (Why does this problem exist? What situations have brought it about? Who or what is responsible?)

8. Organized crime
SOURCE “What Is the Role of Transnational Organized Crime Groups in Human Trafficking?” web 9. different from smuggling, but like it
SOURCE “How is Human Trafficking Different from Migrant Smuggling?” web 10. Trafficking victims are often hidden in plain sight

SOURCE “Human Trafficking” web

11. some employers instruct the victim on what to do when the police come

SOURCE “Human Trafficking” web

12. guards and cameras to make sure no one escapes

SOURCE “Human Trafficking” web

13. victim can’t usually attend social stuff and religious sermons

SOURCE “Human Trafficking” web

14. Florida 3rd for human trafficking

SOURCE “Human Trafficking Bill Clears Legislature” web

CAUSES (Why does this problem exist? What situations have brought it about? Who or what is responsible?)

15. Prosecutions rare; victims are afraid to come forward

SOURCE “Human Trafficking Bill Clears Legislature” web

16. Human smuggling- illegal entry of a person across a border

SOURCE “Distinctions between Human Smuggling and Human Trafficking 2006” web

17.Human smuggling sometimes involved in human trafficking

SOURCE “Distinctions between Human Smuggling and Human Trafficking 2006” web

18. gender inequality is used to obtain women

SOURCE Cullen-DuPont 25

19. Belgium Germany Greece Israel Italy Japan and Netherlands all very high trafficking places

SOURCE Cullen-DuPont 25

20. many men buy their wives

SOURCE Cullen-DuPont 25

EFFECTS / NATURE OF THE PROBLEM (DESCRIBE THE PROBLEM & HOW IT AFFECTS PEOPLE.)

1. slaveholder has complete control

SOURCE (Author's last name and page number where you found the information on - just put web if found online. Put the “Title” if no author): Cullen- DuPont 7
2. recruiting, transporting or receiving a person by force, coercion or other mean to exploit them

SOURCE “What is Human Trafficking?” web
3. Threat or use of force, abduction, fraud, deception, abuse of power giving payments to control victim

SOURCE “What is Human Trafficking?” web

4. in Thailand girl went into prostitution to obtain money for her parents

SOURCE (Author's last name and page number where you found the information on - just put web if found online. Put the “Title” if no author): Cullen-DuPont 13

5. this effects every country in the world
SOURCE “Which Countries are affected By Human Trafficking?” web 6. Asia has the most problems
SOURCE “Which Countries are affected By Human Trafficking?” web 7. Mostly women
SOURCE “What Is The Most Commonly Identified Form Of Human Trafficking?” web EFFECTS / NATURE OF THE PROBLEM

8. 1,000,000 people a year 20,000 of them in USA

SOURCE “HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND SLAVERY” web

9. Victims are put into isolation

SOURCE “Distinctions between Human Smuggling and Human Trafficking 2006” web

10. sex trafficking- when victim forced prostitution

SOURCE “Human Trafficking” web

11. STDs can be spread rapidly

SOURCE Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000. 22 USC 7101

12. Asian countries (India Philippines and Thailand) all use child sex tourism

SOURCE Cullen-DuPont 13

13. 4 year olds are taken into trafficking

SOURCE Cullen-DuPont 13

14. kids kidnapped by strangers.

SOURCE Cullen-DuPont 12

EFFECTS / NATURE OF THE PROBLEM

15. kids vulnerable to forced labor

SOURCE Cullen-DuPont 21

16. Sexual exploration counts a forced labor

SOURCE Cullen-DuPont 20

17.forced labor not categorized as sexual exploration

SOURCE Cullen-DuPont 20

18. considered fastest growing criminal industries

SOURCE “Human Trafficking” web

19.about 100,000 kids in trafficking each year

SOURCE “Human Trafficking” web

20. forced labor in stores

SOURCE “Human Trafficking” web

SOLUTIONS (How are people helping right now? What theories exist about how to help? What organizations and people are working for this cause? What laws exist to help? )

1. UNODC(United Nations Drug Control Programme and the Centre for International Crime Prevention) helping US with problem

SOURCE: “What is Human Trafficking?” web

2. UNODC wants to end Human Trafficking

SOURCE : “What is Human Trafficking?” web

3. Number of caught convicts is increasing
SOURCE “Do Many Traffickers Get Caught and Convicted?” web 4. . Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000 (TVPA)

SOURCE “ Anti-Trafficking in Persons” web

5. T-Visa created for victims of trafficking in US

SOURCE “Human Trafficking and Slavery” web

6. 22 USC 7101- defines sever forms of trafficking

SOURCE: “Distinctions between Human Smuggling and Human Trafficking 2006” web

7. the declaration of independence states how everyone is worthy

SOURCE Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000 22USC 7101

SOLUTIONS

8. laws fail to help HT for most are illegal immigrants

SOURCE Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000 22USC 7101

9. weak penalties of HT in the US

SOURCE Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000 22USC 7101

10. HT includes violations of many laws of rape

SOURCE Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000 22USC 7101

11. US agrees that HT is against human rights

SOURCE (Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000 22USC 7101

12. some countries also hinder penalties against HT

SOURCE Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000 22USC 7101

13.public service announcements are made to warm people of HT

SOURCE “Prevention “web

14. Global Report on Trafficking in Persons- February 2009

SOURCE “Prevention “web

SOLUTIONS

15. Community Vigilance project- this is found in many villages to prevent HT

SOURCE “Prevention “web

16. in 2009 202 convicts were arrested, these numbers are increasing

SOURCE “Human Trafficking: Putting a Stop to Modern-Day Slavery” web

17. Human Trafficking Initiative in 2005- FBI

SOURCE “Human Trafficking: Putting a Stop to Modern-Day Slavery” web

18. Project to End Human Trafficking- found 2004

SOURCE “About Us” web

19 educating the public about HT

SOURCE “Mission Statement” web

20. mental doctor s to help victims

SOURCE “Mission Statement” web

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