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    Human trafficking Human trafficking Presentation Transcript

    • Human Trafficking Presenter M. Najeem
    • Human trafficking
      • The practice of people being tricked, removed from their home or country, and then compelled to work with no or low payment.
    • Human trafficking is the fastest-growing criminal industry in the world
      • According to United States State Department data, an "estimated 600,000 to 820,000 men, women, and children are trafficked across international borders each year,
    • Causes of trafficking
      • Forcing to work against your will.
      • Collect a debt by using threats or forcing you work to pay the debt.
      • Lack of employment opportunities.
      • Corruption in government.
      • Economic disparities.
      • Social discrimination.
    • Human trafficking destination
      • The most common destinations for victims of human trafficking are Thailand, Japan, Israel, Belgium, the Canada, Asia, Africa Germany, Italy, Turkey and the US .
    • Effects of human trafficking
      • Remove equality.
      • Domestic violence.
      • Growing of AIDS.
      • Voluntary migration.
      • Increasing illiteracy.
    • Efforts to reduce human trafficking
      • OSCE: Established in 2003
      • Governmental action.
      • International law.
      • Council Europe.
      • United state law.
      • Any Question ?