Pros And Cons Of Human Trafficking

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General Purpose: To inform. Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about three truths of “Human Trafficking.” Central Idea: Three truths of human trafficking is that it deprives individuals of their basic fundamental human rights and freedom, it’s an illegal profiteering enterprise that fuels the growth of organized crimes and it threatens to undermines the safety and security of global nations. Organizational Pattern: Topical Order Introduction I. Human Trafficking is an equivalent to the modern day slavery that impacts people from all walks of life in almost every nations of the world. II. People are exploited for the purposes of commercial sex (prostitution, stripping, pornography, and live sex shows), labor exploitation (domestic…show more content…
Human trafficking is a profiteering enterprise that ranks second as the largest criminal network after drug trafficking and it is a major security threats to global nations. (Transition: now let us discuss these three truths of human trafficking with evidence through my research from various sources). Body I. The first truth about human trafficking (modern slavery) is that it deprives individual of their fundamental human rights: the right to life, security, dignity, the right to freedom of speech and movement, the right to work and the right to basic healthcare. A. Individuals are violated, abused, imprisoned against their will, deprived of basic human needs, and forced to endure physical and mental tortured. 1. The United Nations defines human trafficking as, "the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harboring or receipt of persons, by means of threat or use of force or other forms of coercion, of abduction, of fraud, of deception, of the abuse of power or of a position of vulnerability or of the giving or receiving of payments or benefits to achieve the consent of a person having control over another person, for the purpose of exploitation" (United…show more content…
Inclusively, they are exposed to greater risks of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections such as syphilis, gonorrhea, and herpes. b. Subsequently, they suffer long term trauma that gives rise to several emotional and mental health problems such as anxiety and depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, alienation, aggression and self-harm. B. The effect of human trafficking takes many toils, all of which can be devastating to individuals. 1. Many often they suffer agonizing, traumatic physical injuries and disabilities results in death. 2. Yes still, others are prevented from escaping these ordeals through seizure of identification and travel documents and when caught received excruciating punishments like being physically beaten, imprisoned, starved to death, executed, or violent retribution made against families. (Transition: Now, let discuss the second about human trafficking, it’s an illegal profiteering criminal enterprise that fuel the growth of criminal activities worldwide.) II. The second truth about human trafficking is it’s an illegal global profiteering enterprise that generates billions of revenue annually used to fuel organized criminal

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