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  • In concerning series 1 and 3 you can see how Human Trafficking has increased greatly. Some of the people who live within these countries actually sell young women, men, and children; and trade them with these other countries.
  • In stage one, the human trafficking supplier enslave and began grooming the victims. In stage two and three, the victims are usually living in constant fear with PTSD. (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, without any counseling or a treatment plan). As well, Victims are constantly sick physically, because of their body being worked 16-18 hours a day, the body being prostituted, and their organs being taken out of their bodies. Some victims become in human when they have escaped the facility of holding, and began to torture and traffic other people in destructing relationships, or by abusing their loved ones. Some victims who were forced in underground wrestling and boxing, are finding themselves fighting with neighbors, and coworkers, and family when they become angry; due to human trafficking. Most are affected with STDs and AIDS within a 2-3 year period after being trafficked. The diseases are spreaded on to the many they are forced to sleep with without protection. As well, one victim may get pregnant 1-3 times a year, and a forced abortion is performed on the victims. In return this leaves the victim in more distress and emotionally unstable. When victims get so sick that they can no longer perform their duties anymore, their necks are snapped, or they are shot at to be killed. Afterwards, their bodies are dumped in rivers, buries, or placed in trash cans like trash.
  • The victims of human trafficking are the young men, women, and children between three years of age and 28 years old who are homeless, runaways, abandoned, abused physically, or emotionally, has no support system of close friends or family in place who seem to care about the victims, and those who have a problem with alcohol or drugs usage. Being in these situations makes the victims more vulnerable to get out of their current situation, being led to believe a lie of people helping support the victim. Victims fall for the tricks of human traffickers at the malls, over a friends house, applying in the wanted ads, through social network sites, and through modeling and commercial job agencies that are phony. Victims are usually feeling unwanted at home, unsupported, have to take care of their other siblings and are trying to support their families, or they have no solid place to turn.
  • You can do a lot to combat human trafficking. The first step to combating human trafficking is to be observing of your surronding, your neighborhood, and when traveling to a restaurant, mall, neighborhood, or any where.
  • Applied ethics week four power point [autosaved]

    1. 1. Human Trafficking The Ethical Dilemma<br />Javetta Cobb<br />
    2. 2. Human Trafficking an Ethic Dilemma<br />The United Nations estimates that 700,000 to 4 million women and children are trafficked around the world yearly.<br /> Purposes of trafficking is forced prostitution, labor and other forms of exploitation every year. <br />Trafficking is estimated to be a $7 billion dollar annual business. <br />
    3. 3. On a scale 0-80% Human trafficking increases<br />Human trafficking<br />Ethical Dilemmas in 13 countries<br />
    4. 4. 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.<br />
    5. 5. The Crisis in the 21st Century.<br />In Human trafficking<br />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.<br />Major Issues<br />In today’s world children, young adult males and women from all cultures are used for access of gaining quick finances.<br />
    6. 6. Who are the victims of human trafficking?<br />
    7. 7. 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. <br />Child prostitutes are abandoned by their parents, and the social services system. <br />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. <br />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. <br />Sexually abused children also respond differently than children abused in other ways. <br />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. <br />Some parents sell their children into human trafficking for quick finaces.<br />
    8. 8. What can be done about the human trafficking dilemma?<br />Ways to help victims of human trafficking<br />What can be done?<br />
    9. 9. REFERENCES:<br />Katherine Chon and Derek Ellerman . (2010, January 15). In The Polaris Project. Retrieved May 23, 2011, from<br /><br /> <br />Powers, K. (n.d.). SEX SLAVERY: AMERICA IN DENIAL. In Retrieved May 23, 2011, from: <br /><br />Applied Ethics: A Multicultural Approach (2010). May, Larry, Wong, Kai Wong, Delston, Jill. ISBN: 978-0-205-70808-6.<br />