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    Trafficking means - organized criminal activity in which human beings are treated as possessions to be controlled and exploited (Dictionary #1). When we talk about human trafficking it is important to note that it affects every part of the United States and every country in the world. Human Traffickers transport people from all over the world to different parts to perform this act and they also send victims to other countries. My paper will focus on Asia and forced child prostitution. Forced Child Prostitution should be against the law to me, because it takes away a child 's human rights. Freedom of…

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    Consequences In the heart-rending story of a young girl 's struggles to survive, the novel Sold illustrates many important ideas, from the significance of loving relationships to the impact of poverty, and everything in between. Through the character of Lakshmi, an innocent girl stuck in poverty and a world of dishonesty, Patricia McCormick tells a story about the dehumanization of people, and the different struggles that are faced around the world. Lakshmi takes a journey through the life of…

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    Good morning/evening everyone. Today I am here to talk about an issue that has been plaguing Australia for many years. Forced marriage. The Australian legal system aims to provide safety to the community, by providing an effective and impartial justice process for the community. Although that safety is there, a major crime is still slipping through the cracks. Forced marriage is a topic that no one would like to believe is happening. It is usually an underground practice that is hard to…

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    remain in the public domain. The fact that females organized the demonstrations and the movements was a great tactic because it was very surprising to people of that culture and age. Another thing that made their tactics work excellently was that most of these women had a common goal that was to seek the return of their “disappeared’ loved ones (Bouvard, Marguerite Guzman, 1994). Some of these women had lost their loved ones in previous wars, and they were well aware that the junta would also be…

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    Recently, there has been a spotlight placed on the issue of missing children of color in the Washington, D.C. area after the Washington D.C.’s police department most recent Twitter campaign provided the public with information of recent missing children’s cases in order to help locate the missing children. This campaign took on a new purpose once the public took note of the sudden multitude of missing children tweets, and many people assumed this was a sudden epidemic never before seen in the…

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    Among these challenges becoming ever more prevalent in the face of wars and ecological disasters is that of forced migration: the flows of refugees, asylum seekers and internally displaced people. At the end of 2015, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) reported 65.3 million forced migrants, of whom 21.3 million people are refugees (UNHCR 2016). While many of these refugee crises are immediate emergency situations resolved within a few months or years, a growing number of…

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    Prostitution may be one of the oldest professions, but many people do not truly understand what prostitution is. Many media outlets have depicted prostitution in various ways. In many films like Pretty Woman and Medea Goes to Jail, prostitution is characterized by women who gains control over their lives by selling themselves to whomever they please. Once the prostitutes fall in love, the women have the freedom to quit their occupation and start a new life. In other bodies of work, a…

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    What is prostitution? Prostitution is defined as an act or practice of engaging in sexual activity for money. Prostitution is illegal in the United States with the exception of 11 Nevada counties. In those 11 counties state law requires all prostitutes to use a condom, and be tested weekly for sexually transmitted diseases and monthly for HIV. The prostitutes as well as their owners are required to be licensed and registered and pass a background check. How is human trafficking defined? Human…

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    Prostitution has been around in the world for thousands of years and has been seen throughout history all over the world. The legality of prostitution has changed from country to country over the years and each country still has its own rules surrounding prostitution. I will briefly discuss the similarities in prostitution in four different countries around the world, which are Thailand, France, Morocco and India. In Thailand, which has a population of 67,448,120, prostitution is seen as…

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    Twenty-two countries have legalized prostitution. Should the United States follow their footsteps? Prostitution should remain illegal for many reasons. Many prostitutes are in danger, have no idea about their rights, and are being forced to participate in the sex industry. Prostitutes are constantly in danger of injuries, death, and sexually transmitted diseases. Even if prostitution is legalized the danger will still exist. The danger of prostitution can’t be removed, because the act of…

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