Presentation on theme: "TEACHER –IN- CHARGE: MR. ADENIJI SEUN DAVID, CIVIC EDUCATION UNIT."— Presentation transcript:
TEACHER –IN- CHARGE: MR. ADENIJI SEUN DAVID, CIVIC EDUCATION UNIT.
WEEKTOPICCONTENT 1.Revision of SSS2 scheme of work. - Contents of selected topics from SSS 2 scheme of work. 2.Human trafficking-Meaning of Human trafficking. -Causes of Human trafficking. e.g. poverty, greed, low self- esteem, corruption etc. -Effects of Human trafficking. 3.Human trafficking-Consequences of Human trafficking. -Government and individual efforts to stop human trafficking. E.g. NAPTIP, WATCLEF, enactment of law etc. 4.UDHR-Meaning of UDHR. -Historical background of UDHR. 5.UDHR-Meaning of seven core freedoms. -Seven core freedoms of UDHR. 6.Values-Meaning of Values. -Types of values: Selflessness, justice, honesty etc. 7.Values-Selflessness and justice. -Opportunity to defend oneself. -Involvement in community service. 8.HIV/AIDS-Meaning of HIV/AIDS. -Causes of HIV/AIDS. -Symptoms 9.HIV/AIDS-Effects of HIV/AIDS -Preventive measures of HIV/AIDS -Stigmatization of people living with HIV/AIDS. 10.Revision-Revision 11.Examination-Examination 12.Examination-Examination.
REVISION OF CONTENTS OF SELECTED TOPICS FROM THE SSS 2 SCHEME OF WORK Human Rights Drug use and abuse Responsible parenthood Traffic Regulations Interpersonal relations Intercommunal relationship Fighting political apathy Public Service Civil Society Popular participation Democracy and constitutional democracy.
HUMAN TRAFFICKING MEANING OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING According to the United Nations, human trafficking has been defined as the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt of persons by means of threat or use of force and other forms of coercion, abduction, fraud, deception, abuse of power or position or vulnerability. It is the illegal trade in human beings for the purposes of commercial sex exploitation or forced labour. It can also be defined as 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.
CAUSES OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING The following are some of the causes of human trafficking. Poverty can be identified as the root cause of human trafficking. Demand for cheap labour and exploitation. Wide spread corruption. Greed and lack of contentment. Lack of access to quality education and information. Low self-esteem. Gender discrimination. Unemployment and limited access to job opportunities. EFFECTS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING The following are some of the effects of human trafficking. Abuse of fundamental human rights. Death. Unwanted pregnancy. Health hazards.e.g. HIV/AIDS. Stigmatization. Psychological effects e.g. low self-esteem, emotional depression, disorientation etc. Exploitation. Security threat to the nation e.g. terrorism etc.
WORK TO DO Write out any 5 forms of human trafficking in Nigerian communities. Ensure that your answers are neatly presented in a note book for onward submission at resumption.