Human Traficking: The Consequences Of Human Trafficking

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What is human trafficking? Human trafficking is the illegal movement of people, for the purposes of forced labor or commercial sexual exploitation.Most of the people that become victims of human trafficking come from third world countries they are an easy target because they could be misled by the traffickers by promising them a better life for their kids if they just give them to them.Most people just think that human trafficking is just about Sexual Exploitation but It 's more then that human trafficking consents of forced labor,Domestic Servitude,and Organ Harvesting.
Forced Labor is where a person is forced to work to pay off a debt or loan which can never actually be paid off because the wages are so low or because unreasonable deductions
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Human traffickers often take vist third world countries in search for victims . Mostly they look for poor children because they have a higher chance of luring them and they wouldn 't put that much of a fight also because they organ wouldn 't be as bad as an adult that has had years of drug abuse. In most case victims are killed alive and just left to bleed out and die like if they were some kind of animal.Human traffickers have also figure out another way of trafficking organ. They traffick organ to the black market they have special people that they hire to find them welling victims by promising them a couple of thousands of dollars if they just give one of their …show more content…
The reason is simple and it can be answer in one world Money. Money is want makes the world go around. Money is what keeps people selling drugs doing anything illegal with out money there wouldn’t be so much suffering in the world. Human trafficking is the third most profitable business for organized crime; the first and second are drug and arms trafficking. Most of the traffickers are changing into human traffickers due to higher profits and lower risk.Human trafficking impacts people of all backgrounds, and people are trafficked for a variety of purposes. Men are often trafficked into hard labor jobs, while children are trafficked into labor positions in textile, agriculture and fishing industries. Women and girls are typically trafficked into the commercial sex industry, prostitution or other forms of sexual exploitation.Not all slaves are trafficked, but all trafficking victims are victims of slavery. Human trafficking is a particularly cruel type of slavery because it removes the victim from all that is familiar to her, rendering her completely isolated and alone, often unable to speak the language of her captors or fellow

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