Human Rights Issues: Human Trafficking In Thailand Case Study
· Origins–Human trafficking is basically a current form of slavery because innocent people are being forced to do things that they dont want to do. The victims of human trafficking could beyoung children, teenagers, men, and women. Victims are often force to engage in sexual activities and illegal interactive behavior. Statistics have shown that human trafficking is the second largest criminal industry in the world; it also states that it rapidly to grows and spreads throughout the Unites States. Human trafficking also includes prositiution and child labor betweeb boys and girls. Victims are force to act in many complex jobs unwilling without pay. It is estimated by The United Nations Inter-Agency Project on Human Trafficking that Thailand authorities send home over 23,000 trafficking victims a year. Stated in Article Four, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, declares that no one should be force to submit to slavery or any act of servitude against their will; or sold for money.This basicallly means that human trafficking is wroung in everyway and goes up against any human being living on earth.
· Responses– The United States government is using Diplomacy because the joined the Uinited Nations after World War II, and since this has been part takers in the International Organizations like the Peace Corps or Un. The United Sates has combined with the United Nations to globally discuss the means on Human Trafficking and their solutions to end it. The United States is trying their best to cease human trafficking in their own country because thousands are suffering from Human Trafficking there too; as a result they established this Trafficking In Persons resolution to try to solve the problems. The U.S. Government uses the TIP Report to