Human Trafficking
Presenter M. Najeem
Human trafficking
• The practice of
people being tricked,
removed from their
home or country, and
then compelled to
work w...
Human trafficking is the
fastest-growing criminal
industry in the world
According to United States State Department data,
...
Causes of trafficking
1. Forcing to work against your will.
2. Collect a debt by using threats or forcing
you work to pay ...
Human trafficking destination
• The most common destinations for
victims of human trafficking are
Thailand, Japan, Israel,...
Effects of human trafficking
• Remove equality.
• Domestic violence.
• Growing of AIDS.
• Voluntary migration.
• Increasin...
Efforts to reduce human trafficking
• OSCE: Established in
2003
• Governmental action.
• International law.
• Council Euro...
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Human trafficking

  1. 1. Human Trafficking Presenter M. Najeem
  2. 2. Human trafficking • The practice of people being tricked, removed from their home or country, and then compelled to work with no or low payment.
  3. 3. 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,
  4. 4. Causes of trafficking 1. Forcing to work against your will. 2. Collect a debt by using threats or forcing you work to pay the debt. 3. Lack of employment opportunities. 4. Corruption in government. 5. Economic disparities. 6. Social discrimination.
  5. 5. 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.
  6. 6. Effects of human trafficking • Remove equality. • Domestic violence. • Growing of AIDS. • Voluntary migration. • Increasing illiteracy.
  7. 7. Efforts to reduce human trafficking • OSCE: Established in 2003 • Governmental action. • International law. • Council Europe. • United state law.
  8. 8. Any Question ?
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