The Pros And Cons Of Human Trafficking

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Mary Burke, a professor at Carlow University and founder of “The Project to End Human Trafficking” Human trafficking is an individual is being held against their well and being sold or purchase for economic benefits. Labor trafficking such as agricultural labor, sweatshop labor, begging, etc. and sex trafficking such as street worker, dancers, massage parlors, etc are the most common forms of human trafficking. Human trafficking is a growing industry, in 2012 about $150 billion has been made compared to $32 billion in 2009. Human trafficking is the fastest growing crime and the second largest crime worldwide. According to the International Labor Organization, in 2012 about 20.9 million people worldwide are being trafficked either in labor trafficking

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