Essay On Human Trafficking In China

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HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN CHINA
WHAT IS FORCED MIGRATION AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING: A general term that refers to the movement of refugees and internally displaced people as well as people displaced by natural or environmental disasters, chemicals or nuclear disasters, famine, or development projects. And also forced migration includes a number of legal or political categories. All involve people who have been forced to flee their homes and seek refugee elsewhere. Majority of forced migrants flee for reasons not recognized by the international refugee regime, and many of them are displaced within their own country. It can also be called as displacement and deracination. Trafficking refers as the recruitment, transportation, transfer,
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In china trafficking has many forms: purchasing for brides, purchasing male son, selling unwanted girls (female children), and using people for slave labour, prostitution or commercial sex. Mainly in rural areas of china, men are willingly seeking the brides from a country in which women are short in supply. And these men willingly married to trafficked women. Trafficking of boy children and women has become serious human violation in china. As per the report of TIP from U.S department “domestic trafficking is the most signi9ficant problem in china.” and around twenty thousand victims are trafficked internally per year. China is designated as a source, destination, and transit country for children and women trafficked for the purpose of sexual exploitation and forced labour. Mostly trafficking occurs in the borders of china. Women from china has been trafficked out to many countries such as Africa, Asia, Latin America, Europe, and north America. Some of the Chinese women are trafficked to aboard with false promises of legitimate and work only for sexual exploitation and forced into prostitution. Mostly these women are trafficked to Thailand, Malaysia, and

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