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Human Trafficking

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Parent Category: Human Rights
Human trafficking involves the abduction of a person to be sold like merchandise on the black market. They almost always purchased for the purpose of sexual exploitation, but some are used for physical labor. About half of those that are abducted for human trafficking are under the age of 18.
Yes. Mine started to become noticeable at about my third month, but everybody is different.
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The history of slavery covers many different forms of human exploitation across many cultures throughout human history. Slavery can be traced to the earliest records, such as the Code of Hammurabi in 1760 BC which refers to slavery as an established institution.
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Human trafficking is the crime of forcing a person to move to a different country and become a slave and or prostitute.
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Human trafficking is essentially a new term for slave trading. It is the buying and selling of humans, like the buying and selling of any other product. Victims are either sold by family members to people who want to make money off of these victims, or the victims are abducted and forced into labor.…
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The South illegally imported slaves from Africa after 1808 because the South did not care what the government said they could or could not do. This was because the idea of scession was forming on the basis that the government was abusing their power as states to determine whether or not they could o…
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Child labour was first started in the 1700s. Children worked long and dangerous hours for little pay in factories and coal mines.
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Yes it is, although one can certainly sympathize with the plight of the mother. But many mothers who do that may be unaware that their children may be then used as slaves, even sex slaves, or put in a horrible factory working from daylight to dark with no or very little pay.
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Human trafficking dates back before written history. Since a time when one tribe was in proximity to another, people were stolen for uses that the kidnapper saw fit and the kidnapped would not do voluntarily. Human nature hasn't changed much since, it just appears 'modern'.
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Yes, in some regards.Yet some consideration has to be given to the act of slavery itself. At no point have we ever defined slavery as being associated with sexual exploitation, but saying that is this due to one's perception ? Or the world's (global) perception as a whole based on transatlantic slav…
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There are many effects of human trafficking, the main one being the effects on the individual person and there relations. Extreme emotional stress including shame, grief, fear, distrust. They may experience post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, depression and suicidal thoughts. And this is only a…
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people .
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Because it is against the laws of most (all?) civilized nations, not to mention morally reprehensible . . unless you have no morals.
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Yes, the spread of Aids does relate to human trafficking. Recall that the victims of human trafficking not only are victims of forced labour, but are also sold as sex slaves. Therefore, anyone who isn't supposed to have sex because they have Aids might spread the disease by those means. Then the vic…
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Since man has walked the earth.
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Smugglers in humanbeings across U.S. borders are called coyotes.
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Because it makes people lots of money
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Good! Improve countries economy! And brings home good money.
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It occurs everywhere, however, it is most prevalent in the poorer nations of the world, primarily the 'so-called' 2nd and 3rd world countries.
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Usually, but not always, for the purpose of sexual exploitation. Added: Other reasons might be to assist in the drug trade by transporting 'mules,' - to smuggle illegals from one country into another - to sell cheap (i.e.: slave) labor into servitude - etc.
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Taking people across state lines without their concent. usually slavery or prostitution
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Answer the question for and also define. give me the categories causes and summary
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Well, I don't quite understand the question. The definition of Human Traffiking is something along the lines of "the illegal transportatation of human cargo from one country to another." The idea behind it is people who could not normally enter a country get in (theoretically), and those who traffic…
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There are many effects of human trafficking, the main one being the effects on the individual person and there relations. Extreme emotional stress including shame, grief, fear, distrust. They may experience post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, depression and suicidal thoughts. And this is only a…
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More than should have. Sadly the answer is unknowable. The number of victims of human trafficking each year varies depending on what definition you use--the most conservative numbers say 800,000 people a year are trafficked across international borders. Other numbers put the number of slaves wor…
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Yes, the Romans and many other civilizations during, before, and after them owned slaves or indentured servants. The Romans did not just have slaves to help around the house, but trafficked many to fight to death as gladiators in the Colosseum as entertainment for the Roman people.
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-Human Trafficking (2005) -Trade (2007) -Taken (2008) -Sex Traffic (2004) -The Whistleblower (2010) -Holly (2006) -Eden (2012)
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Everywhere in the worldespecialy southeast asia, southern Africa, Eastern europe, and central South america.
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People make money from it by selling people into sex industries
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Ehhh you get killed by a pimp
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what amendment to the Constitution protects victims of human trafficking.
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According to the June 2007 "Trafficking in Humans Report" from the U.S. Department of State, the following are a small number of statistics to give an idea of the number of worldwide prosecutions, convictions, and new or amended legislation dealing with human trafficking. For further information fr…
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It is affecting our economy in numerous ways. The main reason is because money is being spent over seas, and used in other countries for drug trade and to buy other people and involve them in trafficking.
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It is a common misconception that human trafficking is only a threat to impoverished, needy countries, but in reality it is present in every country in some way.According to a report done by the UNODC (United Nations Office on Drug and Crime), the most coming places for victims of human trafficking …
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There is no single job to prevent human trafficking. Police and other services need to work together in order to prevent it. Wikipedia has a good article in human trafficking wich I posted it in the related links box below.
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There are no pro's of human trafficking. I'm currently trying to do a research paper on the same topic and there is none. There are some websites that are sick and say the pros are that you get sex, they are pretty, etc. But there could be a pro to this... that once rescued they are helped to starti…
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Quite simply it is the failure of all Governments to ensure Global Databases which can be used to trace track and locate activity related to human trafficking are on a common platform in every Country of the World. The Database set would include financial transaction, shipping movement and known pe…
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Most of the time the woman will be too scared to speak up and sometimes the people who are trafficking her can inflict mental damage on her so that she thinks it is okay.
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The justification of it would be.
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A victim is first usually bribed, tricked, or taken from their home country. This country is called the "Source country". Some source countries include, but are not limited to, Guatemala, Nigeria, and Nepal. After leaving the source country, the "Transit country" is the next stop. This will just a …
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The thirteenth article of faith. protects us from slavery. that includes sexual slavery.
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It is estimated that 800,000 people are taken worldwide for human trafficking every year.
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physical and emotional abuse. a whole life is destroyed and messed up entirely. no hope, just doing what you have been told. destruction on hope.
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It involves engaging in "slave-trade" which is outlawed by International Law and is addressed by the laws of all 'civilized' nations.
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Probably sometime after the creation of the concept of "nations." In other words, thousands of years ago.Added: The slave and sex trade has been going on ever since mankind realized there was profit to be made in conducting this type of enterprise. Caves raiding caves - tribes raiding tribes - castl…
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There is human trafficking in all countries.
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Human trafficking is essentially a new term for slave trading. It is the buying and selling of humans, like the buying and selling of any other product. Victims are either sold by family members to people who want to make money off of these victims, or the victims are abducted and forced into labor.…
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Negative effects Human trafficking through borders and between countries has become extremely easy because of globalization. Globalization has vastly increased human trafficking over the previous decade with a revolution in affordable transport and instant communication through telecommunication an…
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govt. should try to alleviate poverty which is one of the major causes of human trafficking
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Human trafficking is illegal on many levels. It often deals with kidnapping, slavery, pornography, forcing adults and children into prostitution, drugs, firearms, and crossing national borders without documentation.
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Money and greed.
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What happens to them is determined by almost only: whom they meet, next: is it a kind person who can help them escape further, or will their needs be ignored (needs = clothes, food, shelter, medicines, fluids, education); or is the next person someone who is going to throw them back into human traff…
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In the United States, the 13th Amendment to the Constitution officially outlaws slavery and involuntary servitude. It was adopted in 1865. There is a clause, however, which excludes servitude as punishment for a committed crime. Additionally, The 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights, followed …
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The trafficking of people for economic gain has increased three-fold in the last five years. Key start points cover most of Asia and the Sub Continent, Central America, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Venezuela, and parts of Oceania. In Eastern Europe the trafficking of people, especially childr…
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the fact that it is a policy of the central office of a nationwide bank that single women are a bad risk for loans regardless of income or investments. this bank is discriminating against women in state after state.
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Simply put; it's okay, but you should be punished for killing slaves, and should give slaves their freedom if you break their teeth or blind them (this is not a nice thing to do). Slaves must be circumcised. You must free slaves who have served you for six years, and they may keep their wives if t…
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traffikers make money
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I think Albania. At least that is that I can remember from the awesome movie Taken.
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Sadly, the whole world is affected by human trafficking. Eastern Asia is a huge source for human trafficking, but it does impact all parts of the world. There are recent articles that are talking about increases in child and adult human trafficking around the Dallas, Texas area as a result of the Su…
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Yes and no. Will it help? Probably. Will it help a lot? Probably not. Russia has been on Tier 3 once before, in 2002. In response, they passed a major law criminalizing human trafficking; this led to them being taken off of Tier 3 and back onto the Tier 2 Watchlist. However, they're still on the Ti…
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It is impossible to say, they obviously do not publish their accounts. It is estimated that several millions, probably billions, are made annually in human trafficking.
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Human trafficking, in one form or another, has existed since the dawn of mankind.,
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One of the disadvantages of Human Trafficking is that the victims are always faced with problem of insecurity and inferiority complex.
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You can be banned from countries, be senteced to years in prison, or get sent back to the country you came from. Human trafficking is the modern name for the slave trade. As slavery is a criminal activity in virtually all countries in the world, all the negative impacts of a criminal enterprise are…
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In addition to the expert answer by Cassandra it should be noted that human trafficking - which is just slavery under another name - is still a major problem in the world. It includes people lured with job offers and then, once their passport is confiscated, become slaves instead of employees work…
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it happens every were i didnt think it happend in Ohio until i found out that Ohio is a major place were it happens as in its on the top 5 list of were it mostly happens
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I guess the name was Trade. There is another movie called "Taken' in which the father goes after the daughter
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98% people knows about this situation
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povertylazinessignorance
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Search it up ........ S t u p i e d a s s
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Ride along or consult with the police department
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Human trafficking: मानव तस्करी (mānava taskarī); child trafficking बाल तस्करी (bal taskarī) Translation provided by A1 Interpreters & Translators
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they make leaflets,posters,upload stuff onto their website ,help victims and raise awareness, they also do counsilling for those efffected
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Article 5. No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment. Article 4. No one shall be held in slavery or servitude; slavery and the slave trade shall be prohibited in all their forms.Article 13.(1) Everyone has the right to freedom of movement and res…
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Human trafficking can be stopped if we all stand together and fight until we are heard.
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Report to chain of command, security forces, etc.
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a lotand u need to tell me lets let the elite rule the world...........not
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The victims didn't just be like "I wanna be trafficked" NO! They were either Forced or Tricked into Being Trafficked. Most of this happens when the trafficker is known to the victim. There is a High Percentage of this Fact to be True.
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Totally against it.
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Certain groups are disproportionately exploited as victims of slavery, including:- Children - Millions of today's slaves are kids under the age of 18. Girls are typically trafficked into forced prostitution between 10 and 14. - Poor People - Poverty is listed as a major risk factor for trafficking i…
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Human trafficking is an organized criminal industry that affects every nation. While the statistics can seem overwhelming, it is important to remember that every number represents the life of a victim. India is a source, destination, and transit country for men, women, and children trafficked for th…
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No.Adding to human trafficking you also do not have a valid green card. The status also adds to criminal record and leads to serious action.You will require a lawyer to help you if your intentions are good and you would be a good resident in US.
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There are extensive networks in various parts of the globe; the Russian Mafia, Chinese Triads and other criminal networks are deeply involved. Those who traffic in humans usually either own or have at their disposal an extensive network of transporters, document forgers, and paid protection to accom…
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It very much relies on the case. Sometimes, bail can be set at $1 million. Other times, no bail at all.
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If your question relates to the buying, selling, indentured servitude and/or trading humans, then those activities were abolished with the passage of the Thirteenth Amendment to the US Constitution following the end of the Civil War. The 13th Amendment provides:Section 1. Neither slavery nor involun…
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As sad as it looks, we have it to the proper authorities.
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Keeping yourself safeSpreading awarenessContacting authority if you see ANY type of suspicious behavior.
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it is when men pay to have sexual intercourse with women sometimes the women don't want to do but they have no choice. It happens all over the world
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The number for the whole world cannot be kept. But here there is an example. - The Super Bowl is a money maker, and not just for breweries or gamblers. The football championship is a big time for human trafficking, and each year, pimps will bring in their human merchandise as forced prostitutes fo…
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Bangladesh is a source and transit country for men, women, and children subjected to trafficking in persons, specifically forced labor and forced prostitution. A significant share of Bangladesh's trafficking victims are men recruited for work overseas with fraudulent employment offers who are subseq…
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Every day, many, many innocent people are sold as slaves all over the world. 27 million people are considered slaves in this modern society. The AIDS epidemic in Africa has left many children orphaned, making them especially vulnerable to human trafficking. This is not right. It's not fair, it's not…
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