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 worldwide at 27 million, and others see that as the tip of the iceberg.
Regardless of the number, slaves are inherently disposable--more so today, and cheaper, than they were during the American Civil War. To make matters worse, there isn't a survey whereby people are asked "Hi, do you have any slaves? If so, how many did you kill this year?"
While some of the criminals are so brazen that they would probably answer, realistically it's almost impossible to get good numbers.
It is estimated that 800,000 people are taken worldwide for human trafficking every year.
In the USA, a total of 23 states have confirmed cases of human trafficking.
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Human trafficking is still an issue in many countries. Some source countries include Iraq, Jamaica, Japan, and Kenya. People from these countries are sent to destination countries all over the world. These include Jordan, Israel and even the United States. Basically,human trafficking is still a worldwide issue.
There are no benefits to human trafficking. Human trafficing is a crime and is illegal in all parts of the world. It is most commonly done for the purpose of forced labor and sexual trade.
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 humane. - Human Trafficking is a modern-day form of slavery. Victims of human trafficking are subjected to force, fraud, or coercion, for the purpose of sexual exploitation or forced labor. Victims are young children, teenagers, men and women. After drug dealing, human trafficking is tied with the illegal arms industry as the second largest criminal industry in the world today, and it is the fastest growing. - Victims of trafficking are subject to gross human rights violations including, rape, torture, forced abortions, starvation, and threats of torturing or murdering family members.
As of right now there's not a whole lot of action in that area. No legitimate laws exist about human trafficking, and other countries refuse to stop their human trafficking. Many countries turn a blind eye on traffickers so that they can keep their financial agreements with other countries. There are some organizations being formed to help, but at this point they can't do much because traffick victims are too afraid to testify. Here's a great website I found about trafficking...
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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Human traffic or trafficking is the illegal buying or selling of people for various reasons. Many times the people are moved from one country to another, but it can take place within the same country. This is often seen in sex related industries.
Human trafficking is wrong on many levels. It is immoral as well as illegal. Everyone deserves their right to freedom and to live their life.