Human Trafficking The Ethical Dilemma Javetta Cobb
Human Trafficking an Ethic Dilemma The United Nations estimates that 700,000 to 4 million women and children are trafficked around the world yearly. Purposes of trafficking is forced prostitution, labor and other forms of exploitation every year. Trafficking is estimated to be a $7 billion dollar annual business.
On a scale 0-80% Human trafficking increases Human trafficking Ethical Dilemmas in 13 countries
Individual's rights are stripped from them through deception of lies and manipulation. Eventually the lies and deception forms into controlling the person, and forcing fear upon the person.
The Crisis in the 21st Century. In Human trafficking Using others as an means to an end is an ethical dilemma that can create majors issues when trafficking humans as an means to an end arises. Major Issues In today’s world children, young adult males and women from all cultures are used for access of gaining quick finances.
Child prostitution is a problem that nobody really wants to recognize, nobody seems to want to talk about, and most people want to cover up. Child prostitutes are abandoned by their parents, and the social services system. Child prostitutes are typically victims of incest at an early age. Without help, the children run to the street during adolescence to escape sexual exploitation by a trusted caretaker, and is swindled into child trafficking for money. Also, it is easy to move the children from state to state since no one seems to care about the where about of the child. Sexually abused children also respond differently than children abused in other ways. The sexually abused children are defenseless and lack the aggression required for survival on the streets, so this makes the children easier prey at hand. Some parents sell their children into human trafficking for quick finaces.
What can be done about the human trafficking dilemma? Ways to help victims of human trafficking What can be done?
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