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    [Set the Prisoners Free] Human trafficking is the third largest international crime industry, and it is not particuhlar when it comes to age, color, gender, or status. Anyone can be a victim. Human trafficking primarily involves exploitation which comes in many forms, including forcing victims into prostitution, subjecting victims to slavery or involuntary servitude, and using victims to create pornography. Victims are often kidnapped, drugged or tricked before they are taken to other parts…

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    Most victims of human trafficking have limited financial resources because the individuals that are influenced extremely are the families and the victims. The victims of human trafficking are children, men and ladies however you will largely discover majority of the victims to be women and children. Wealth and poverty are comparative ideas which lead to trafficking examples in which victims shift from environments of utmost poverty to environments of least poverty. Difficult financial and…

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    and Human Trafficking The average American consumes over eleven pounds of chocolate every single year, the equivalent of around 120 chocolate bars, amounting to around thirteen billion dollars of chocolate. (Huffington Post, 2013) This leads to the question of where does all of this chocolate come from? Seventy percent comes from forced child labor, otherwise known as human trafficking. The Polaris Project, a nonprofit working to combat the trafficking of humans, defines labor trafficking as:…

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    Human Trafficking: How This Criminal Network Became a World Organization Modern day slavery is prevailing in our advanced, post-savage societies all throughout the world. It never looks the same, from domestic servitude, forced labor, child labor, bonded labor and even sex trafficking, it is still a very prominent form of income for many people, a source of terror for others, all the while becoming the norm in these societies. China is a very popular destination for human trafficking, in…

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    and more and more threatened by exploitations such as trafficking. c. Stated goals vs. unstated goals. What did law makers hope to accomplish? The stated goals of the Act were to recognize and combat human trafficking as a societal and world problem. The unstated goal of the Act was to give more legal room to immigrants that were brought into the United States by means of trafficking. Before the Act went into place, victims of human trafficking were often times deported, however by putting the…

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    current epidemic in America is human trafficking. Human trafficking occurs all across the globe and is a modern-day form of slavery. Some believe human trafficking is not a serious problem; however, it is a heinous act that only becomes worse with each passing year. The only way to help stop the atrocious act of human trafficking is to accomplish the following steps: first the public needs to be educated on what human trafficking is and what victims of human trafficking endure, the local police…

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    Tori Miller Josh West Contemporary World Issues 4 May 2018 Human Trafficking in Venezuela Imagine being a twelve-year-old girl being forced into human trafficking. The reality of it is that there are 40.3 million human trafficking victims all around the world(The Facts). Venezuela is suspected to be a source for men, women, and children to be sex trafficked and/or forced into labor. Some of which are lured from poor regions to urban and tourist centers(Venezuela). These men and women are taken…

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    Human Trafficking Report

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    Introduction Human trafficking is a criminal act that is plaguing the world. Human trafficking, simply put, is the trading of humans for purposes like forced labour. Human trafficking is said to be one of the fastest growing source income for criminal organisations. As of 2010, human trafficking had been estimated to represent $31.6 billion of international trade (Haken, 2011) According to ILO, forced labour takes up three forms: forced labour imposed by armed forces, forced commercial sexual…

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    Forms Of Human Trafficking

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    definition of human trafficking is, “the recruitment, harboring, and/or transport of people within or between countries for exploitation.”(Human Trafficking). Labor trafficking was the first form of human trafficking, and it is still the largest form of human trafficking today. Sex trafficking is on the rise, and has become one of the most common types. A new upcoming form of trafficking that became known at the beginning of the twenty-first century is organ trafficking. The trafficking of…

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    INTRODUCTION Human trafficking is becoming increasingly popular nationwide due to economic hardships and supply and demand. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has become involved and created efforts to aid these individuals in slavery. Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery in which traffickers use force, fraud, or coercion to control victims for the purpose of engaging in commercial sex acts or labor services against his/her will. Traffickers use violence, threats, blackmail,…

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