Higher colleges of technologyAbu Dhabi Men’s CollegeName: Sultan Ahmed AlQubaisiID: H00247456
Human Trafficking
• Human trafficking is the trade of humans.• most commonly for the purpose of sexualslavery• forced labor or for the extra...
• Human Traffickingis a serious crime and a grave violation of human rights.Trafficking in Persons as therecruitment, tran...
• Established in 1997• Office for Drug Control and Crime Prevention• Employing about 4,500 people worldwide• 24 office fie...
Governments• So far Governments are working hard toprevent & stop human trafficking.• Studies shows that the number will i...
References• Tiny Hands International. (2013, May 26). Tiny Hands International.Retrieved May 28, 2013, from http://www.tin...
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  • In 2001 these are the numbers of human trafficking in the world so imagine how it is in 2013
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    1. 1. Higher colleges of technologyAbu Dhabi Men’s CollegeName: Sultan Ahmed AlQubaisiID: H00247456
    2. 2. Human Trafficking
    3. 3. • Human trafficking is the trade of humans.• most commonly for the purpose of sexualslavery• forced labor or for the extraction of organs ortissues
    4. 4. • Human Traffickingis a serious crime and a grave violation of human rights.Trafficking in Persons as therecruitment, transportation, transfer, receipt of persons, by meansof the threat or use of force or other forms of coercion, ofabduction ETC.. To make them work for the buyers. It happens alot in poor countries.
    5. 5. • Established in 1997• Office for Drug Control and Crime Prevention• Employing about 4,500 people worldwide• 24 office fields worldwide
    6. 6. Governments• So far Governments are working hard toprevent & stop human trafficking.• Studies shows that the number will increase inthe up coming years and may reach to 360million victims of human trafficking.
    7. 7. References• Tiny Hands International. (2013, May 26). Tiny Hands International.Retrieved May 28, 2013, from http://www.tinyhandsinternational.org• Human Trafficking. (2013, May 27). Mofa. Retrieved May 28, 2013, fromwww.mofa.gov.ae/mofa_english/portal/5b8a314e-750b-4f70-b75c-b3a71687b828.aspx• gulf news. (2013, May 27). human trafficking. Retrieved May28, 2013, from m.gulfnews.com/1.1173820• Not For Sale: End Human Trafficking and Slavery. (2013, May 27). Not ForSale: End Human Trafficking and Slavery. Retrieved May 28, 2013, fromhttp://www.notforsalecampaign.org• Human Trafficking | Do Something. (2013, May 27). Do Something |Largest organization for teens and social cause. Retrieved May28, 2013, from http://www.dosomething.org/tipsandtools/11-facts-about-human-trafficking

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