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    into the human trafficking industry as supplies for prostitution, slavery, marriage, adoption, organ removal, and other exploitative, criminal services. Trafficking has grown into a global issue, affecting individuals of all ages from all over the world. This paper will discuss how aspects of globalization have contributed to the success of the human trafficking industry. In order to understand globalization’s contribution to human trafficking, first one must understand human trafficking…

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    idea. Human trafficking officially begun during the 1400s and is still continuously in effect till this day. Now, human trafficking has a similar definition to slavery; it is the illegal movement of people mainly for the use of forced labor or commercial sexual exploitation. This act is still considered to be slavery because its main purpose is forced labor and violence being performed unwillingly. Slavery can vary from child trafficking to forced labor, and even sexual exploitation. Human…

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    There are more acts of human trafficking today than in all history and is the 3rd largest international crime industry behind drugs and weapon trafficking. About 80% of trafficking is sex trafficking and 19% is labor trafficking. Human Trafficking has affected many people and societies around the world and children and teenagers should be made more aware of the dangers of trafficking through teaching people what it is and how to prevent it. Human trafficking is defined as “the recruitment,…

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    city lights illuminate the streets. She always dreamt of working in the big city. Why then, does she look so shattered, so weary? Hidden in plain sight she is stuck with a label, some might view, as a drugged out prostitute. She is a victim of sex trafficking, which is the illegal movement of people through force, fraud, or coercion; typically for purposes of labor or sexual exploitation, or both. As a little girl, she had big dreams. She would stare at the clouds and wonder what she would…

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    Human Trafficking Crime

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    Human trafficking has become a popular modern day crime, which comes under the category of slavery. This includes the transport and the trade of other humans, who in this case, are otherwise known as victims. This is done as a purpose of work. On average, the human trafficking industry can equate to as great as $32 billion in one year (SAAS). Around the world, on average, 2.5 million people are smuggled into the trafficking industry at any time, according to the records from the U.N. (SAAS). A…

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    likely to be interested in their human rights. Almost half of the participants believed that people claim they are victims of human trafficking to avoid deportation. This could be attributed to confusion over the difference between human trafficking and people smuggling. Having said that, most participants agreed that anyone can be a victim of human trafficking, including men, women and children. It is clear the many Australians have misconceptions about human trafficking that have been…

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    Human trafficking has been a phenomenon since the beginning of time, appearing in multiple distinct forms. While different responses have been implemented, it is still a rising problem globally and locally. Human trafficking as an international and domestic issue is going to be examined as well as its presence in Canada. Different paradigms and pertinent course concepts will also be evaluated. To successfully and completely address this issue, Canada needs to implement a solution in which the…

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    Human smuggling and human trafficking are entrenched and deeply interwoven with the worlds ever more complex migration flows (Naim,2005). However, even though both are quite interwoven into each other’s worlds, they are primarily different. To begin with, human smuggling is when an individual voluntarily pays a smuggler to be smuggled for passage or to be reunited with loved ones (Albanese,2011). In the case of human trafficking, the trafficker can deceive and coerce the migrant for example…

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    Define Human Trafficking

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    Organized Crime (UNODC) defines human trafficking as the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harboring or receipt of persons by means of the threat or use of force or any other form of coercion or abduction or fraud, deception or abuse of power to achieve the consent of person having control over another person for the purpose of exploitation. The UNODC commits all the state signatories to take proactive measures to investigate, prevent and stop acts of human trafficking by coordinating their…

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    Research The human trafficking of juveniles is a nationwide issue and effects children of all races and socioeconomic backgrounds. Although the number of juveniles exploited for sex continues to rise in the United States, the research is fairly new, so there is a lack of evidence for interventions (Sapiro, 2016, p. 100). Gathering precise data is difficult for multiple reasons, but what is known about the thousands of youths that are trafficked each year in the Unites States is that the average…

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