Staggering report exposes us sex trafficking. Retrieved from http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc/sex-trafficking-america-0 PARKER, S. C., & SKRMETTI, J. T. (2013). Pimps Down: A Prosecutorial Perspective on Domestic Sex Trafficking. University Of Memphis Law Review, 43(4), 1013-1045. Slavery map: North America.
Human trafficking hurts not only the victim but the original country that they are coming from. As a result, production in many third world countries has decreased. The victims who are forced into prostitution may sometimes acquire HIV and Aids. Many slaves are taken away from their families and face post traumatic stress disorder due to their harsh treatment and separation from home. Traffickers often send their victims to r... ... middle of paper ... ...7 Mar.
Doing this on a worldwide basis could help drive demand in the sex industry down, and could encourage women and girls in captivity to come forward without fear of persecution. Trafficking for sexual exploitation is a severe issue for many reasons. Firstly, as mentioned above because it is an illegal act, it is hidden underground. Heather Smith suggests that there are around 1,390,000 transnational sex slaves in the world (Smith, 2011). These people come from 127 different countries; are moved through 98 transfer countries; and end up in 137 different destination countries around the world (Trafficking in Persons, 2006).
January. 10: 3-30, doi:10.1177/1524838008327262 Polaris Project | Combating Human Trafficking and Modern-day Slavery. (n.d.). Polaris Project | Combating Human Trafficking and Modern-day Slavery. Retrieved March 7, 2014, from http://www.polarisproject.org Walker-Rodriguez, A., Hill, R. “Human Sex Trafficking.” FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin.
This is the 3rd highest paid industry in the world and the worst industry in the world. Parents who are poor often sell their children to men thinking they would have a better life if the children got away from there. In reality, the children and women are sold into slavery. Poor people in different countries are usually the first victims. They are told lies like, their families wi... ... middle of paper ... ...History 1 June 2010: n. pag.
Child trafficking happens in every single country, including the United States. When people think of trafficking of people, most think of women, but children are also being sold as slaves all across the world. Children who are most likely to become victims are those who come from low income homes, have limited access to education and are struggling to survive. 2a. General Information Each year, more than 1 million children are victims of child sex tourism (CST) around the world.
Women and children are at the highest risk for this crime, especially youths who have run away or been left abandoned because they often become involved in prostitution to support their financial need. Once involved in this there really I no getting out. It is not always just runways and girls that willingly became involved in prostitution. IN many cases the abduction was forced and children have even been sold by their parents to traffickers for money or ransom. When these youths are taken from their families, there is no turning back.
(2012). Human Trafficking in the United States, Part I, State of the Knowledge. Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian, 31:3-4, 138-151 Patel, R. (2013). The Trafficking of Women in India: A Four-Dimensional Analysis. Georgetown Journal Of Gender & The Law, 14(1), 159-187.
The trafficking of human beings has evolved and become more universal and serious over the years. Trafficking of people is equivalent to modern day slavery. The duties and expectations of these people are outrageously irrational. The victims are forced to do unthinkable tasks for people they may or may not know. Anyone can be a leader or a victim of human trafficking.