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    WHY DOES HUMAN TRAFFICKING EXIST? BY PAMELA AMINE Why does human trafficking exist? 1 Abstract The purpose of this research is to explore the issue of human trafficking. Human trafficking is the illegal trade in human beings for the purposes of slavery‚ commercial sexual exploitation and forced labor. Trafficking of human beings is a major problem in today ’s universal society. It has been identified as the fastest growing illegal commerce on the planet. The reason why I chose this topic

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    Human Trafficking in the United States Nicole Singleton American Intercontinental University Online November 12‚ 2012 Until recently‚ in the US‚ the thought never occurred that Americans were trafficking Americans. The purpose of this paper is to inform the audience about the crime of human trafficking that is happening in the US and also to persuade them to take a stand and help do something to combat this crime. Thesis: Human trafficking in the United States seems to be overlooked and

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    Did you know human trafficking is the fastest increasing criminal industry in todays world‚ coming in second after illegal drug-trade? This type of vicious crime is considered as a modern day slavery where human beings are being traded illegally for forced labor or for exploitation. Contrary to popular beliefs‚ it not only exists in foreign countries‚ but in fact in the United States as well. I chose this topic because human trafficking is a growing problem in contemporary society which needs to

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    ANALYSE HUMAN TRAFFICKING AS A FORM OF VICTIMISATION INTRODUCTION The phenomenon of human trafficking or modern-day slavery has received increased media coverage globally; this is because millions of people around the world suffer in silence under slave-like conditions of forced labour and commercial sexual exploitation from which they cannot free themselves. Human trafficking not only continues but appears to be on the rise worldwide primarily because most countries are involved in human trafficking

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    This paper presents a comprehensive review of current literature on human trafficking into and within the United States. This review of the literature is part of a larger study funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)‚ Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation‚ to examine how HHS programs are currently addressing the needs of victims of human trafficking‚ including domestic victims‚ with a priority focus on domestic youth. This study is also structured

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    English III H-4 29 April 2012 Human Trafficking in the United States Human trafficking is the illegal act of forcing people‚ commonly women and children‚ to perform slave actions. Everyone knows human trafficking is a global problem‚ but most people do not realize it happens in the United States as well. Thousands of people are affected by this awful crime in the U.S. every day and most of the people that commit it are never caught. Sadly‚ most trafficking cases occur in massage parlors and

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    Human Trafficking At present‚ human trafficking is still a big problem in the Philippine‚ and women and children are still in great danger because of this crime. So in an effort to deal with the problem‚ the government passed R.A. 9208‚ the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act of 2003‚ a penal law against human trafficking‚ sex tourism‚ sex slavery and child prostitution. Since the passage and enforcement of this law‚ the government and the people became vigilant on the happenings around and made efforts

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    Project One   Human trafficking is a cold‚ devastating and disturbing crime against human kind. It is unbelievable how an individual can be cold hearted against their own kind‚ such as exploiting‚ selling‚ abusing and even slaving them involuntary damaging them physically and emotionally. Victims range from children‚ to women and even men from different places all over the world. This horrible crime has been around for a couple of years destroying the victims and their families. Many people have

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    Human Trafficking is one of the fastest growing crime industries in the world. Human trafficking is a phrase that is used to describe the various ways in which a person “obtains or holds another person in compelled service” (U.S. Department of State‚ 2011‚ p. 9). There are several categories of human trafficking‚ such as forced labor‚ sex trafficking‚ and bond or debt labor. Human trafficking can affect adults and children‚ with the trafficking in children for sex being particularly bad. Human trafficking

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    Stop human trafficking! What is human trafficking ? It is the illegal trade or smuggling of human beings for forced labour. It’s the fastest growing criminal industry in the world and second largest after the drug trade. It differs from people smuggling. After reaching their ultimate destination‚ the smuggled people are usually free to do their own thing and find their own way in the country they have been smuggled into. However‚ in human trafficking‚ the victims are not permitted to do so. They

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