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HUMAN TRAFFICKING How much are YOU worth? Desiree A. Carrillo English 102 Adam Webb
HUMAN TRAFFICKING? Everyday all around the world women, teenage girls, and children are being sold or forced into trafficking. They are separated from their families, raped, abused, The three types of human trafficking are: organ harvesting, sex trafficking, and labor trafficking. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqCSgCDGNT8
Sex Trafficking “ Sex trafficking occurs when people are forced or coerced into the commercial sex trade against their will. Child sex trafficking includes any child involved in commercial sex. Sex trafficker frequently target vulnerable people with histories of abuse and then use violence, threats, lies, false promises, debt bondage, or other forms of control and manipulation to keep victims involved in the sex industry.
Illegal Organ Harvesting “Organ harvesting refers to the practice of removing usable organs from someone who is dead so that they can be transplanted into someone else.”
Labor Trafficking Labor trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery in which individuals perform labor or services through the use of force, fraud, or coercion. Labor trafficking includes situations of debt bondage, forced labor, and involuntary child labor.While this type of trafficking is not specific to any geographic region or population, the materials below discuss two very prevalent forms of labor trafficking in the U.S
With a policy in effect... The effect of a policy would deliver more victims with individual care for their health concerns and provide them better health.
More Information Human trafficking takes place all over the world. Most severe cases are: Southeast Asia, Vietnam, Ukraine, etc. The FBI estimates that as many as 18,00 victims are trafficked into the US each year from all over the world.
Continuing... One of the main problems is that many women and children are not given the proper care. Particularly health care assistances that are greatly needed. A lot of victims are overlooked and so they go without aid because they fear being hurt or perhaps killed by their trafficker. Most times, victims are not nly scarred for their own lives but more so for the lives of their families, which is often times the main reason they are in the trafficking trade to begin with.
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