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Human Trafficking  
 
The nature and extent of the issue

 

Human trafficking and slavery is moving people through deceptive means, coercion or  force. Slavery is acting as if the people are property and control their actions. People are  trafficked for a wide variety of reasons : servitude, slavery, forced labour, debt bondage,  forced marriage, or organ harvesting. In 2012 the UN Office on Drugs and Crime estimated  that over 2.4 million had been trafficked across borders, which doesn’t even include the  people trafficked within their own countries. Although it affects both men and women, it is  majority women who are being trafficked and the number of children being trafficked is  increasing. Trafficking is an issue in nearly every country of the world. However, Australia is  the primary destination for people trafficked from Asia, especially Thailand, Korea, The  Philippines, and Malaysia.  

 
Legal responses 
Many countries have entered into the United Nations Protocol against Trafficking in  Persons in 2003 and have passed new or updated legislation. 9 countries still have no  legislation and 18 only have partial legislation, which means that there is still a large number  of people who are not being protected by the protocol. Although most countries have the  legislation for trafficking there are still very few convictions. Almost a fifth of these countries  have had no convictions at all. The amount of convictions is actually decreasing which shows  how the justice systems are not responding appropriately to the trafficking of persons. In 2013  the Australian Government passed the Crimes Legislation Amendment (Slavery, Slavery­like 

Conditions and People Trafficking) Act 2013 (Cth). Some penalties of this include up to 25  years imprisonment. This amended the Criminal Code and added new offences of forced  labour, forced marriage and organ trafficking. They have also dedicated $60 million to help ... Show More

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