Essay on human trafficking

Submitted By mzminger24
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Human Trafficking Research

Human trafficking has become a major problem worldwide which affects many people. An estimated 600-800 hundred millions women and children. Some forms of migration are forced as is in the case of human trafficking.
I. Human trafficking is a major concern for other country and here in the USA.
A. In the year 2013 in the month of February in Boko Haram a French family of 7 was took from their home including 4 kids who was between the ages of 5 to 12 and was made slave.
B. Nigeria's militant Islamist group Boko Haram abducted more than 200 girls from a boarding school in the northern town of Chibok on 14 April 2014.
II. There is millions of people who are force to work in agriculture, manufacturing, and the sex trade.
A. The misconception is thus perpetuated that human trafficking refers primarily to a woman, often young, who has been duped or forced into sex work.
B. The misconception is thus perpetuated that human trafficking refers primarily to a woman, often young, who has been duped or forced into sex work.

III. While the term trafficked is mistakenly used mostly to refer to women, usually in the sex industry, migrant, especially in the Gulf, has a masculine and class-based connotation.

A. The United Nations Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking found that gender-based violence, discriminatory labor practices (including towards women), patriarchal social structures, women's role in the family, power hierarchy and social order, limited educational achievement, and limited economic opportunity as the core causes of trafficking

Human trafficking

From what I have learn human traffick started when Africans were captured and trade as slaves others argue that the forced labor of children during the 1700’s was the started of human trafficking . human trafficking for sexual purposes was recognized by Kristiina Kangaspunta a research program of NICRI white women or girls by the use of force and drugs.The British were the first to stop slavery in 1807 when they pass a law against transatlantic slave. According to the results of the first study, most of the women came from many different European countries and were sent to countries in South America and Central America, and to Egypt, Algeria, and Tunis. The second study focused specifically on the sex trafficking between Asia and Europe and America. The results showed that very few Asian women were trafficked to Europe or America, and instead, mush of the trafficking victims were…