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    four basic things to make it actually work and profitable. Human trafficking involves a victim. the trafficker s get the victim, the enabler to fall in between the cracks and the business that the trafficker has chosen to be most beneficial. Even though it is a robbery or human rights, the victim plays a huge role in the business, they provide all the services unfortunately. The traffickers arrange the appointments and talk numbers, they also capture the victims. The enablers help keep is a secret, letting only trust worthy people in with the plan and leading officials away from the crime. Human trafficking wouldn 't be useful if it didn 't have a purpose or some sort of business involved. this involves sex trafficking, forced labor. debt bondage, involuntary domestic servitude and child trafficking. Sex trafficking is one of the most common forms of human trafficking. This is when a person, 98% being woman, are forced to sell their bodies for sex and…

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    Forced labor is the most common one. Forced labor is an involuntary act of no kind of labor without no payment in return it mostly targets young victims which they are forced to perform sexual activities some are paid but the money goes to the person that is controlling them. Debt bondage is when they use other people to pay off any kind of debt that they have with another trafficker or person. They are forced to do anything from work, transporting drugs to sexual activities and they can not…

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    Human Trafficking In Texas

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    of force, fraud, or coercion for the purpose of subjection to involuntary servitude, peonage, debt bondage, or slavery. A victim need not be physically transported from one location to another in order for the crime to fall within these definitions. (Elizarde 5) In other words human trafficking is forced labor or services performed or provided by another person and obtained through an act of force, fraud, or coercion. Sex trafficking consist of victims under eighteen years old, who are exploited…

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    This statement is slightly false. Although the proclamation was passed, slaves were still not free in Texas until 1865. In 1865, nearly two hundred thousand slaves were set free in Texas on June 19th. In fact, African-Americans used to celebrate the day, which is named “Juneteenth”. Even after this day, former slaves were being subject to the disingenuous act of debt peonage. This peonage lasted until 1867 when president Franklin D. Roosevelt had the Anti-Peonage Law passed. Any whites found…

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    in 1840 the world’s first anti-slavery convention occurred in London at Exeter Hall. Where did it take place? Founded in the UK - The Committee for the Abolition of the Slave Trade formed on 22 May, 1787 Purpose of the action? The purpose of Anti-Slavery is to stop bonded labour and any form of slavery to happen so people can live normal lives without being stripped away from their freedom and family. Why did they do that Anti-Slavery help people who are trapped in bonded labour…

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    jobs. A young teenage girl was interviewed in a brothel in Bangladesh and told her life story. She states that her brother sold her to a brothel owner at the young age of twelve for 5,000 taka which is about 65 American dollars. She continues to talk about how she was moved from Bangladesh to India then back again (Gustaffson 2014). Her story is among thousands of children and women whose life was turned upside down against their will by the people who profit of selling them to brothels and…

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    often also threaten the victim’s family. Manufacturing, entertainment, travel, farming and construction industries have been found to use forced labour to various extents. Within the recent years, the number has been increasing as the trafficking industry is growing. Victims often don’t have their own room instead they will be part of what is known as ‘hot bunking’, this is where a person will take the bed of another person as they switch shifts. Six elements have been identified by the…

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    Global Policy Challenges

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    abuse of power or of a position of vulnerability or of the giving or receiving of payments or benefits to achieve the consent of a person having control over another person, for the purpose of exploitation.” This has become the most widely accepted definition of human trafficking to date, with one hundred sixty-four states party to the protocol. Beyond just defining the broad concept of human trafficking, the Palermo Protocol also outlines the different main categories of human trafficking.…

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    Every day, innocent people are tricked and forced 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,…

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    Over 14.2 million people in the world are suffering from some form of labor trafficking ("Labor Trafficking"). Labor trafficking is when individuals provide some sort of labor or services, through the use of force. Most of the victims are being manipulated, lied to, threatened, or given an unfair pay. The victims are put into poor working conditions and have a hard time getting out. Of the 14.2 million people in forced labor seventy three percent are adults and the other twenty seven percent are…

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