Student’s Name: Puteri Noor Liyana binti Ahmad
Faculty / Group: Architecture, Planning and Surveying / AP22705A Lecturer’s Name: Mr. Darmarajah
Title: STOPPING HUMAN TRAFFICKING
Order: Topical Order/Spatial
General Purpose: To inform
Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the global issue of human trafficking and how to stop it.
Central Idea: Human trafficking has become the global issue as it will lead to slavery, black market’s organ trading and drugs’ trafficking, the victims as well the traffickers and how to end human trafficking.
I. Human trafficking is the illegal trade of human beings for the purposes of reproductive slavery, commercial sexual exploitation, forced labor, or a modern-day form of slavery. II. Human trafficking is a human rights violation at every stage of the trafficking process. It is a crime against dignity and integrity of person. It may include deprivation of liberty, cruel and degrading treatment, physical and psychological violence, theft of documents and property, sexual abuse, labor violations, deprivation of access to medical care and education among others offences. III. Often used by the term of ‘modern slavery’, trafficking has a broad global impact as well. It weakens legitimate economies, fuels violence, threatens public health and safety, shatters families, and shreds the social fabric that is necessary for progress. IV. Today I would like to inform you about what is human trafficking, who are the likely victims and the traffickers and how to end it.
(Transition: Let’s start with what is human trafficking)
I. Right now, the largest slave trade in history is taking place around the world. A. As quoted from endhumantraffickingnow.com the definition is structured around three major elements: 1. ACT:...
...WOMEN TRAFFICKING FOR PROSTITUTION: IT MAKES WOMEN SUFFER.
Trafficking in human beings is a gross violation of human rights, a modern day form of slavery and an extremely profitable business for organized crime. USAID (as cited in Asma, 2006) states people are annually bought and sold as prostitutes, domestic workers, sex slaves child labourers and child soldiers are between 700,000 to 4 million of people. Most of people thought that it is not a serious issue and they do not give full awareness about this matter. Did you think at least once about the people who are in that situation? A suffer that they felt? How about if one of our family members is in that situation? Trafficking of women is a social problem, which needs arising awareness about its negative impacts. Although humantrafficking gives profit to the trafficker, there are some disadvantages towards the victims.
One of the advantages towards the trafficker is they can generate money by selling people. When they are doing humantrafficking, they will get a great salary because the victims will be bid by the buyers with a higher price even though it is a illegal work. Based on a movie Taken (2008), Kim was kidnapped by the trafficker and she was sold to the buyer with the highest price which is $500,000. Even nowadays, men, women and children are trafficked for...
...HumanTrafficking involves abducting and moving the victim against his or her will. Humantrafficking is caused by the dangers of being in a foreign country and poverty. Both of these causes have the same effect: being a victim in humantrafficking. Foreign vacationing or wanting to work in a foreign country is very common, but many people do not know the dangers of it.
Many people every year hope to go on vacation or dream about living on an island in a foreign country, but they do not understand the dangers in it. Foreigners are very easy to spot out, and that’s how traffickers get their hands on unsuspecting women and children. The traffickers stake out and sometimes drug the victims before they abduct them. Some traffickers only abduct women and some only abduct children."Spotters," paid to watch for attractive women on vacation as potential sex slaves could guide them into a bar to be drugged and then out into a waiting car and boat for transportation to mainland or island bordellos.”( Flocco)
Another case involves a young girl Viola, who was 13 and from Albania. Viola started dating a 21 year old man Dilin from Italy. They started to get serious, and when Dilin asked to marry her, they moved to Italy where Viola wanted to go. They had their life basically planed out; he told her that he could get a job from his cousins. Everything seemed perfect until she realized...
...22 November 2012
HumanTraffickingHumanTrafficking is one of the biggest forms of hidden organized crime in the world. It is a world we hardly ever hear about. Humantrafficking is the fastest increasing criminal industry in today’s world, coming second only to illegal drug-trade. This type of slaver has been traced back to the ancient Mesopotamian and Mediterranean civilization and has continued to grow. But what is humantrafficking? “Commonly referred to as "modern-day slavery" it is the illegal trade of human beings for forced labor or for exploitation. Exploitation referring to the using others for prostitution or other forms of sexual exploitation, forced labor or services, slavery, and the removal of organs for the medical black market, and brings an annual revenue of around $30 billion worldwide.”(Polaris Project). Woman and young children living in poverty are the ones who usually fall in the trap of the traffickers. Due to poverty many woman are not educated and are not employed, thus leaving them with no choice but to sell their bodies to provide for their families. “An approximate figure of 17,500 foreigners are trafficked each year in the United States alone, the number of United States citizens trafficked within the United States is even higher.”(Polaris Project). Humantrafficking is...
...Social issue: Humantrafficking…
In this report I will be writing about humantrafficking in Wales, Europe and other parts of the world.
Humantrafficking is an illegal activity. This involves selling, buying and trading of people. They are transported away from their families and communities and are forced to work against their own will. People are trafficked both between countries and within the borders of a state. It is also known as modern slavery and a form of sexual exploitation; where women’s, girls and children’s are forced to enter in the world of prostitution. Also involves forced labour or services, the removal of organs. People do this to make money, for some people it’s a business a way to make profit. (Ref 1)
I chose this topic for research because this is a very sensitive issue and it is shocking that humantrafficking still exists today. It’s a very upsetting matter that there is no value for human life and humans are used to make money which is really inhumane.
From BBC news October 2012, I have discovered that humantrafficking is increasing in the UK according to the new government testament. Studies say that organised criminal gangs are behind the illegal trade for sex, labour and domestic slavery. Most of the victims come from China, Nigeria and Eastern...
...Humantrafficking is the illegal trade in human beings for the purposes of commercial sexual exploitation or forced labour. Trafficking in persons is a serious crime and a grave violation of human rights. Trafficking is a lucrative industry. It is second only to drug trafficking as the most profitable illegal industry in the world.
In 2004, the total annual revenue fortrafficking in persons were estimated to be between USD $5 billion and $9 billion. Every year, thousands of men, women and children fall into the hands of traffickers, in their own countries and abroad. Almost every country in the world is affected by trafficking, whether as a country of origin, transit or destination for victims. In my speech, I plan to persuade you that humantrafficking is real and is becoming a bigger issue than we think and we need to stop this from happening to anyone ever again.
In 2010, the United Nations estimated nearly 2.5 million people from 127 different countries are being trafficked into 137 countries around the world. Unlike most cases of human smuggling, victims of humantrafficking are not permitted to leave upon arrival at their destination.
Traffickers recruit women and children through deceptive means including falsified employment advertisements for domestic workers,...
A bit of history on the topic HumanTrafficking and where it comes from. There are a lot of different arguments about when humantrafficking could have started. Some say that the slave trade that involved Africans being captured by slave traders and shipped across the Atlantic to America was the first humantrafficking. Others argue that the forced labor of children during the 1700s was the real beginning of what is now known as humantrafficking. Humantrafficking for sexual purposes was first legally recognized by the term 'white slavery'. According to Kristiina Kangaspunta the Executive Officer of the Applied Research Program of the UNICRI branch of the United Nations. 'White slavery' is when a white woman or girl- by the use of force, drugs, or by dishonesty- for sex which is unwanted by the woman or girl. Kristiina Kangapunta, has also argued that international governments began to discuss 'white slavery' after the transatlantic slave trade was made illegal. (T. Mills Kelly, HumanTrafficking in Historical Perspective, August 2012) (University of Nebraska–Lincoln, Conference Agenda, 2012)
Just about every country in the world is involved in the intertwined web of humantrafficking. Most victims of human...
...HumanTrafficking in the United States
American Intercontinental University Online
November 12, 2012
Until recently, in the US, the thought never occurred that Americans were trafficking Americans. The purpose of this paper is to inform the audience about the crime of humantrafficking that is happening in the US and also to persuade them to take a stand and help do something to combat this crime.
Thesis: Humantrafficking in the United States seems to be overlooked and not taken very seriously. Close to 20,000 women and children are trafficked in the US yearly. There seems to be nothing that can be done about it. Most times the victims are never heard from or seen again leaving very little of their known existence behind. Many think that this only happens in foreign countries, but many have been rudely awakened. According to the US Department of State, humantrafficking is any situation where one person “holds another person in compelled service” (2011). 2010 was the first year the US actually ranked itself in the Trafficking in Persons Report alongside other countries; this shows just how much this crime has been overlooked until recently.
Hypothesis: If those in authority were properly trained on what humantrafficking entails and also trained on how to spot the signs that shows...
Historically, humantrafficking has been defined as trade in human, prostitution, for something valuable. Humantrafficking affects virtually every country in the world. This crime is not just occurring in foreign countries, it is happening in the United States as well. Victims of humantrafficking have difficulties receiving support due to law enforcement agencies struggle in preventing the crime, very hard crime to control. Trafficking has set out to targets certain victims, such as runaways and young children. There are many services and treatment programs for victims of humantrafficking. Most of these services are designed to help victim reintegrate back into society. Humantrafficking has been associated and formed by criminal organizations, local gangs, and governmental corruption.
The U.S State Department have estimated that 600,000 to 800,000 are trafficked annually into the United States each year and half of these victims are younger than eighteen years old. According to the U.S State Department, “eighty percent of international trafficked victims are females.” Worldwide 12.3 million people are forced in labor, bonded labor, forced child labor, sexual servitude, and involuntary servitude. There are many stereotype that depicts the victim of...