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  • 1. Human Trafficking
  • 2. Human Trafficking
    • Human trafficking is:
      • Modern-Day Slavery
      • A $5-$9 billion dollar industry. That makes human trafficking the world’s third largest industry behind drug and weapons trading.
      • A crime that creates 4 to 27 million victims per year.
  • 3. Human Trafficking
    • Sex trafficking in which a commercial sex act is introduced by force or fraud in which the person told to do the act is not even 18 years of age
  • 4. Human Trafficking is all around us
    • Human trafficking is a problem all over the world.
  • 5. Statistics
    • There are 27 million in modern-day slavery across the world.
    • 800,000 people are trafficked across international borders every year.
    • 1 million of the people exploited by sex trading are children.
    • 50% of victims moved across nations are children.
    • 80% of victims moved across nations are women or girls
    • 161 countries are affected by human trafficking.
    • 127 countries of origin
    • 98 transporter countries
    • 137 receiving countries.
    • 32 billion dollars are generated by the human trafficking industry every year.
    • 14,500 - 17,500 foreigners are trafficked into the United States every year.
    • 244,000 American children are at risk of being sexually exploited.
    • In 2006 there were only 5,808 prosecutions and 3,160 convictions throughout the world
    • This means that for every 800 people trafficked, only one person was convicted.
  • 6. Statistics
    • The average age of child prostitution is 12-14.
    • The majority of trafficking victims are between 18 and 24 years old
    • An estimated 1.2 million children are trafficked each year
    • 95% of victims experienced physical or sexual violence during trafficking
    • 43% of victims are used for forced commercial sexual exploitation, of whom
    • 98% are women and girls
    • Many victims have at least middle-level education
    • 1.4 million (56%) are in Asia and the Pacific
    • 250,000(10%) are in Latin America and the Caribbean
    • 230,000 (9.2%) are in the Middle East and Northern Africa
    • 130,000(5.2%) are in sub-Saharan countries
    • 270,000(10.8%) - are in industrialized countries
  • 7. Percentage of genders trafficked and the reason for being trafficked
  • 8. Human Trafficking
    • Throughout the entire human trafficking process there are 4 people involved:
    • The recruiter gains the victim’s trust and then sells them for labor or to a pimp. At times this person is a boyfriend, a neighbor, or even a family member.
    • The trafficker is the one who controls the victims. Making the victim fearful through abuse, threats, and lies the trafficker gains power over there victim.
    • The victim could be anyone.
    • The consumer funds the human trafficking industry by purchasing goods and services. Often they are unaware that someone is suffering.
  • 9. Human Trafficking is not noticed
    • Some reasons why human trafficking is not noticed:
      • Victims do not identify themselves due to fear and shame.
      • Traffickers keep their victims secluded from the outside world.
      • Traffickers force their victims to be happy and tell them what to say.
      • Many people do not know about human trafficking and do not report it even though it is happening in their community.
  • 10. How to stop Human Trafficking
    • Human Trafficking is an industry that relies on money. If people stopped purchasing services related to Human Trafficking then the human trafficking industry would shrink until it did not exist.
    • If consumers knew more about human trafficking, they would think twice about what they were spending their money on.
  • 11. Photos
  • 12. Photos
  • 13. Photos
  • 14. Real-Life Story 2010
  • 15. Opinion
    • Through doing this project it has really brought an awareness to me about how serious Human Trafficking really is.
    • All of these people who are being trafficked are just being abused and someone that we know can be affected by this problem.
    • I agree with the solution of bringing more awareness to the seriousness of this crime.
    • Their needs to be more attention brought to human trafficking and what to look for.
  • 16. Relation to thesis
    • If human trafficking is cruel and unforgiving then why is it that it is taking place all over the world, and especially here right in the United States.
    • All the people who are trafficked into the U.S. from foreign nations, whose families are suffering because they do not know where their son/daughter is.
    • There needs to be something done to bring attention to this very disgusting crime.
    • How can all of us in this classroom help out on this serious situation?
  • 17. Sources
    • HumanTrafficking.org: A Web Resource for Combating Human Trafficking in the East Asia Pacific Region . Web. 10 May 2011. http://www.humantrafficking.org/.
    • &quot;Human Trafficking: Facts & Figures « T. E. A. M.&quot; T. E. A. M. Web. 10 May 2011. <http://humanrightsteam.org/educational-information/human-trafficking-facts-figures/>.
    • Free the Slaves - Home . Web. 10 May 2011. <http://www.freetheslaves.net/>.