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    Twenty-seven million victims. That is the estimated number of people being circulated through the crime that is human trafficking. Human trafficking is the trade of humans for reasons like sexual slavery, forced labor, or exploitation on sexual commercials. According to the U.S. State Department, trafficking is the world’s fastest growing criminal industry, with the average estimate being thirty-two billion dollars every year. In the United States, New York City is the largest hub for…

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    case study although there are many of NGO that contributed to human trafficking should be eradicated. ABC is the first ever organization and pioneer to raise the issue of human trafficking on a national level at a conference based on trafficking of girls and sex slavery trade in Nepal in 1991 and they are the eminent figure that rescued 35 minor girls from Apollo circus in New Delhi 1996. ABC Nepal objective is to combating trafficking of girls in India and beyond, and provides them a new live…

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    Human trafficking is when humans are lured and used for people personal greed and desires. In human trafficking there are two main types of trafficking, first is sex trafficking, the other is labor trafficking. Both labor and sex trafficking share differences and similarities.Sex trafficking is mostly orbiting around exploitating women to the favors of men. While labor trafficking orbits around using the victims for labor not sexual actions. Both may seem to be similarly alike but they have…

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    safe . In the world, today human trafficking and smuggling have been a major, up to 14,000 to 17,000 people trafficked in the U.S each year. Unfortunately, Karla Jancinto was 12 when she was targeted by a trafficker and lured her away. More can be done to prevent human trafficking’s such as host an awareness event from watching and discussing films about human trafficking, volunteer, and support anti-trafficking efforts in your community and much more. Human trafficking primarily…

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    International human trafficking and international human smuggling affect the most poverty-stricken civilizations around the world. With false promises such as a better job and other exceptional opportunities elsewhere, people are lured into what is known as modern day slavery. Millions of people are forced into labor as a result of this trafficking. There are many non-governmental organizations and intergovernmental organizations that have been hard at work trying to put a stop to the…

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    Human Trafficking in the Eastern Hemisphere The Merriam Webster dictionary defines human trafficking as the illegal movement and possession of people for profit in forced labor or commercial sexual exploitation. “Every country and continent, no matter what type of economy, is experiencing and is effected by this obstacle” (sherescuehome.org). Human trafficking is a world-wide problem that is centered around the Eastern Hemisphere, typically in Asia. Millions of people are currently slaves on…

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    during the 19th century, but this is not true. Slavery still exists in the contemporary world. Human trafficking is the modern-slavery form; it is a business held by traffickers in which they sell people to gain immense profit every day. It is generally comprehended as a process where individuals are being exploited, whether physically or mentally, for the purpose of economic benefits. Hence, trafficking may take place across borders or within a country. Women, children, and men are being…

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    their goal was to keep the world at peace and focus on the issue with human trafficking. A lot of children were basically still involved in the trading and nobody knew…

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    Human trafficking, one of the most disgusting human rights crime that is subsidized from public eyes and is taken too lightly. Human trafficking is one of the most profitable crime with a whopping $150.2 billion in illegal profits each year stated by the ILO (International Labour Organization). The question we must ask is how can we bring this problem to the attention to the heads of government. Human Trafficking is a undisturbed market basically after 48 Hours of a girl being abducted they are…

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    1) The problem I am discussing is "Human Trafficking". Human Trafficking is like modern day slavery. Many women, children, and even young men are sold into sex slaves. These human beans are no longer free. These victims are raped, beaten, and drugged. It is very sad what these victims go through on a daily basis. These people are forced into labor, forced marriages, and forced surrogacy. Human Trafficking is violating someone 's human rights, which is a crime. I choose this topic because I…

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