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  • 1.
  • 2.
  • 3. Introduction
    • Human trafficking is the 3rd largest international crime and its an illegal trade of human beings for forced labor and sexual exploitation.
    • 4. Some people believe it started from the slave trade of Africans across the Atlantic to the Americas.
    • 5. Others consider it started during the 1700s when child labor came about.
  • Events contributing to increased trafficking
    Fall of Soviet Union in 1991
    Increased capacity for global migration
    Increase in wealth cap
    Decline of the Asian Financial markets in mid/late 1990s.
    Logo for Human Trafficking
  • 6. Statistics
  • 7.
  • 8. Origin and Destination of Trafficking
  • 9. Tier 1: complying with all laws
    Tier 2: efforts to combat trafficking
    Tier 3: ignoring or promoting trafficking
  • 10.
  • 11. Advocacy
    Direct Services:
    Counseling
    Medical Attention
    Translation
    Legal Aid (Visa, Testimony)
    Monetary Assistance
    Housing
    Reintegration Efforts
    Organizations:
    UNICEF
    UN Foundation
    La Strada
    Safe Horizons
    Organizations
    Vital Voices
    Human Rights Law Group
    UNICEF
    UN Foundation
  • 12. Fun Facts
    Criminal groups in Russia net an estimated $7 billion (USD) annually from trafficking.
    The average cost of a slave around the world is $90.
    There is approximately 27 million slaves in the world.
    Around half the victims are under the age of 18.
  • 13.
  • 14. Brought to you by…
    Nada Salem
    Nathan Prince
    Cody Blanton