Human Trafficking In China Case Study

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My conflict primarily focuses on human trafficking in the form of forced labor. Men were being sold to work in factories in China for very little pay and poor working conditions. The actions by the person sending these men to various locations is inhumane as this man was aware of the horrendous activities that were taking place. This conflict brings about many issues in China as there are many operations that work in this form.. This reflects poorly on many businesses and makes China look awful. Although this incident is small in scale only affecting 70 or so workers it does not represent the whole because there are many operations taking place across the country. This also one of few operations that are shut down, most are never found. This conflict is connected to our study group topic because it deals with human trafficking. Although there are two different forms of human trafficking, this particular conflict only deals with forced labor. China has a …show more content…
It is difficult to predict patterns for traffickers because people are constantly being moved around to different places. Also, in the past the Chinese government may have been a little corrupt so it is easy for traffickers to smuggle people into the country. The huge wealth gap between the rich and the poor makes it very difficult to stop human trafficking. The only thing we can really do is to reduce the amount of trafficking and that can only be obtained by taking the necessary steps to report it and by being aware that it is happening. Thankfully, China is taking many different actions against human trafficking such as federal government actions, different organizations and human right activists are all trying to put an end to trafficking. These many different groups help to stop some operations but it is extremely difficult to stop people from being

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