Human Trafficking Speech

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Human trafficking is "all acts involved in the recruitment, abduction, transport, harboring, transfer, sale or receipt of persons, within national or across international borders, through force, coercion, fraud or deception."( Human trafficking is a global phenomenon that establishes in the form of labor and sex trafficking, organ trafficking and as use of labor. Human trafficking can be described as a modern slavery. Human trafficking is one of the fastest growing crimes in the world, it comes at 3rd position after the illegal usage of drugs and the illegal use of plays big role in third world countries where people specially children are kidnapped and drugged and then sold as sex slaves.…show more content…
They know that children and women are scared in foreign countries far away from their home. The call to take action on human trafficking of women and children was given by the UN protocol in year 2000. The new definition of trafficking made incumbent on signatory counties to prevent the human trafficking, prosecute the human traffickers and provide help to the victims. Since the treaty signed many countries have taken action against human trafficking, they have organized awareness program, prosecuted the criminal, rescued the victim from the hand of human traffickers.However, despite these actions by the government, the flow of persons in to the human trafficking does not appear to have ended or diminished. However, reality would be ignored if we do not recognize the enormity of these challenges of combating human trafficking. This indicates that the focus of the law enforcement is on rescuing the victims and prosecuting the human traffickers after the human trafficking has been occurred. more attention is necessary to understand why the human trafficking specially in children and women is continuing to grow at an alarming rate. In order to understand the issue surrounding human trafficking of children and women as a vulnerable group, this report gives the basic idea of the various type of sociological perspectives that have been used to address the human trafficking industry. These sociological perspectives help us to better understand the inequalities that occur between men and women, the social divisions of people and political disagreements, according to the functionalist perspective, conflict perspective and interactionalist
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