Tactics, combating human trafficking, prostitution, narcotics, UNICEF
Cristina, a 24-year-old woman came to the US with a man she thought to be her boyfriend. However, upon their arrival in New York, she was forced to have intercourse with dozens of men daily and was beaten regularly, all this occurred in a suburban home (Kloer). Concy, a ten year old at the time, was forced to marry and have sexual intercourse with a brigade commander (Concy). Rebecca, from the United Kingdom, was forced into prostitution from ages 14 to 27, and one of her clients was rather violent. The nurses at the hospital allowed her profession to influence to treatment she received; she was sown up without any narcotics, and ended up being paralyzed for three days (Rebecca).
[...] Estimates put the number of men, women, and children who have fled the country seeking employment and are subjected to trafficking at 10 million. Debt bondage has not forsaken the people of the Philippines, as the migratory workers who seek skilled or unskilled jobs are affected through factory work, construction sites, aboard fishing vessels, even as nurses or engineers. Migratory workers are often stripped of their documents, and are faced with inhuman living and working conditions (U.S. Department of State). Traffickers in the Philippines work hand-in-hand with the organized crime industry, and corrupt officials. In Philippine, trafficking occurs as a result of poverty. [...]
[...] Tactics of combating human trafficking as a global issue ? Case Study Introduction Cristina, a 24-year-old woman came to the US with a man she thought to be her boyfriend. However, upon their arrival in New York, she was forced to have intercourse with dozens of men daily and was beaten regularly, all this occurred in a suburban home (Kloer). Concy, a ten year old at the time, was forced to marry and have sexual intercourse with a brigade commander (Concy). [...]
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[...] Setting up a united front, and shedding light on the horror would help put this issue to rest. As much as country and organizations have tried to come up with laws to deal with human trafficking, more needs to be since the issue is deep rooted all over the world. May be it is a good idea to start dealing with the root causes of human trafficking as a way to resolve the matter. Work Sited Academy for Educational Development. [...]
[...] The Republic Act no provides special protection of children of children against trafficking and abuse. This act deters and provides special protection from abusers and traffickers (Philippine Commission on Women). Human trafficking has not forsaken Bahrain, it is ranked as a tier two- watch list country, and a tier 2-watch list country is one whose number of victims is high or exponentially increasing. In addition, it is one that fails to substantiate escalating efforts to fight the issue from the previous year (U.S. [...]
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