Human Trafficking In Nepal

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One of the biggest human rights violations that still happens today is slavery. One of the ways this human right is violated is by the use of humans for money or some other form of payment, this is also known as human trafficking and/or rape in some cases. It is human being’s passionate caring for others that tends to drive all the human rights. Human trafficking is an abuse of a human right because it has features of slavery, abuse and can go against people’s morals. With this, there may also be some solutions to help stop this torturous crime.

Shrestha, Roman, et al. "Sex Trafficking Related Knowledge, Awareness, And Attitudes Among Adolescent Female Students In Nepal: A Cross-Sectional Study." Plos ONE 10.7 (2015): 1-13. Academic Search
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Even though there is a large percentage of people aware of this problem, nothing is being done about it. The article is more guided towards the people in Nepal or even the surrounding areas to try to get their support as well. In Nepal, large percentages of people have different opinion about this topic. The article states, “Seventy-six percent of sampled students reported that they were aware of sex trafficking and 94.6% indicated media (i.e., radio or television) as the primary sources of their knowledge. Fifty-one percent mentioned relatives/friends as mediators of sex trafficking, 60.4% reported promise for better jobs as the primary attraction behind sex trafficking, and 48.6% mentioned adolescent females as the most vulnerable group for sex trafficking. Over half (56.8%) of the respondents had positive attitudes towards the victims of sex trafficking and/or anti-sex trafficking campaign.” (Shrestha, et. al). Currently, Nepal is working on educational programs to help give knowledge of sex trafficking. With these facts, it is clearly seen that Nepal knows about the awful things for sex trafficking, they just do not know a simple way to help minimize the …show more content…
One of those speakers being a suspected trafficker high on Interpol’s watch list. The sole purpose as the author puts it for trafficking is for traffickers and pimps to make money. The country that is said to have normalized the prostitution is the Netherlands. That author states in this article that, “The Netherlands has taken a lead role in normalizing the prostitution of women. In the last 30 years, prostitution has tripled in size and economic importance. Now it is a $1 billion per year industry” (Hughes). This is saying that the Netherlands has no law or anything to prevent the use of women and/or any human being for money or trade. Without the law being enforced in the entire country of the United States, there’s nothing that is going to prevent people from committing the crime. Unlike the other two articles, this one does not talk about educating others about awareness for the sex-trafficking, they talk about abolishing trafficking global wide. This is geared towards everyone that is willing to put in the effort to help stop this crime all

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