Short Summary: Human Trafficking In Canada

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Mubarak Adesina
Miss Corina Van Dongen November 16, 2016
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Human Trafficking
Human trafficking must be stopped in Canada to keep immigrants safe. Human trafficking is the transportation of a person to exploit them against their wishes. It takes place in large urban centres or in smaller cities and communities in Canada and is often described as a modern form of slavery (public safety Canada). Majority of human trafficking victims in Canada are international women and children living in poverty because they are more vulnerable to forced labour, due to poverty most women and children fall into a trafficker 's trap when they are searching for work. Women typically, are
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People looking for jobs far from home are often deceived and tricked into forced labor, sexual exploitation and Involuntary domestic servitude in Canada. Forced labour is any work people are made to carry out which is against their will, using threat. This is the main factor of trafficking; many private companies fall into this category of trafficking. Private companies use young boys for manual labour on the pretext of helping them, meanwhile the company is gaining more on the children because they pay them less than they deserve for the work they do. The traffickers promise trafficked people good jobs but once at their destinations, the reality is very different from the promise (international labour organisation). Some trafficked victims are forced by traffickers to make refugee claim in Canada, their documents will be seized and this gives the traffickers the power to threaten and have absolute control over them (Canadian council for refugees). The government of Canada is trying to stop this action of forced labour in the country. Sex slave is the exploitation of women and young lady within national or across international borders, for the purposes of forced sex work. women fall in to this sex trafficking victims most, traffickers brainwash women that the best way to make money is to use what God gave them. Trafficked women are sold to men to serve for sex …show more content…
It affects the society in positive way and in negative way but the negatives are more than the positive. Most traffickers forced victims into heavy physical labor in hazardous environment which affect the society crime rate, loss of lives and it led to increase in STD in the society (NAPCHT). Increase in crime rate, many trafficked victims are also taught the use of weapons to involve in crimes. Some traffickers used trafficked victims in committing crime in the society. Traffickers brainwash trafficked victims to participate in crime in the society and some trafficked victims are sold to criminals, this had a great impact on the crime rate of the society (U.S. Department of State). Loss of life, Victims of human trafficking have absolutely no freedoms, and experience horrors such as abuse, violence, and torture which can led to loss of life. Trafficked victims that are caught in the process of escaping, they face great punishment that is dangerous to life. Some traffickers force the victims to submerge their body in a barrel filled with water contaminated with scorpion and other vermin, and sit there for one week. Some trafficked victim loses their life in this process and those that survive this act can’t be normal again. While some traffickers force victims to sit in darkness all lonesome. Another way used by traffickers to make the victims more cooperative is injecting them with drugs, which led to

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