Everyone are fighting the own battle believe it or not, they might just hide it better than others until they get caught facing a decision. Society is corrupted by money gang relative issues, and drug use as well. Especially poverty is increasing me our society. The government don’t really understand how much the struggle is real for low class people, and also some middle class.Unfortnatley some people were raised not in the right environment a child is supposed while there parent provide them with shelter, an education ,food ,an clothes on their back. To some people growing up struggling they had to find a way to help their family back the it as call the bread winner hey had to find a way to make it happen.
Child labor happens for many reasons, being stolen, turned into a slave and poverty are the main reasons. Blindly, we refused to see the world differently from how we were raised. But parts of the world where much of the land is inhabited by families with scarce income, children are more likely to be forced to work because of poverty. Therefore children are easily stolen daily because
With the continuation of these conflicts and the decrease of families financial resources “‘many have no choice but to send their children to work or marry their daughters early’” (The Guardian). Due to the problems, such as lack of resources, in the troubled areas, parents couldn’t do anything to protect their children from the cruel environment. They had no choice but to sell their children into fighting as a child soldier. Although some child soldiers are mindful about what they are doing, most are not given a choice therefore children should be pardoned for their
Africa is just one of the places in the world that struggle more and more every year with money issues and losing their children to horrible diseases. There are so many 3rd world countries that have this problem but it’s not just them there are people in the USA that struggle too. That’s why it needs to go even further everyone everywhere needs to know how it is for these kids. What my mission in this world to do is make sure that no kid goes hungry or living on the streets with no money no house no love all alone ever again. Now I know I may be young and when you are young people just love to put you down when you have big dreams but to me this is more than just a dream it is a mission.The good news though is that there are ways to help out even if you are a minor like you can spread the word about the kids to your school or your friends even you neighbors anyone that you know just to get the word out can make a huge difference.
However, this is the only way these children and their families are able to survive. If they don’t work, then they could die of hunger. American trade policy should make it so children under 16 aren’t forced to be in a forced to be in a factory working 12-hour days for such minimal pay. The children that are working should be paid a livable wage that could help pull them and their families out of extreme poverty. They should also be provided with semi-humane work conditions.
It can be related to other families in our country. Here in our country children of rich people usually kidnapped because of people need money to reach their daily needs to survive because of poverty it leads to stealing and etc. Despite the hardships, they will sacrifice everything to keep their family safe. I also have learned and realized a lot of things. First, is to analyze what should be done in a particular situation.
While many of these Children will be lucky enough to be taken to an orphanage, many of these children will not. Many that aren't found, will end up involved in crimes and human trafficking. Being one of the ones taken to an orphanage doesn't mean they are saved from human trafficking. Some of these children won't be adopted in time, if they reach an age limit, many have to live on their own, forced to get a job, forced to pay for
In the United States, human trafficking has taken on different forms than what is normally thought of as human trafficking. It can range from a migrant laborer wanting to get a job to be able to support his family to survive who is then forced into manipulative work to a child running away to get away from abuse that is happening at home and the person that is helping the child get away from the abusive situation at home turns out to be exploiting him or her to make a profit (Farrell et al, 2014). According the International Labour Organization has estimated that 20.9 million people are involved in human trafficking in the whole world, with 1.5 million victims are in the United States, Canada, and Western Europe. In 2011, there were 3,969 convictions worldwide, and there were only 151 convictions in the United States. There is belief that the reason why for the low convictions of human trafficking in the United States is because the new requirements of federal and state human trafficking laws are not being enforced, but others are saying that the numbers of human trafficking are overstated and that there are fewer victims than estimated.
The spread of AIDS has greatly impacted the demographic within African Countries due to its many deaths leaving many children orphans or responsible for their families. This means that they are more willing to find employment in these dangerous sectors such as child soldiering in order to survive (Marriage). However, the death of their family and community has left children without a support system to rely on. Instead these armies provide structure for the child which helps fill the void of community, belonging and resources that these children crave (Achvarina and Reich 135). This structure also provides them with a “hope for more security and stability in a country at war” (Tiefenbrun
If a potential victim falls into a trap, the victim is transported or smuggled for exploitation to another place or country, which may not be a place intend to migrate. Unfortunately, some victims are faced with a terrible fate that they did not choose. For example, some parents sell their children to gain the money but sometimes they also hope that their children will get opportunities to have a better life. Victims who have
Drug abuse often is rampant among the lower socio-economic classes. The bill will directly affect families whose benefits are decreased, specifically, the children of the parents who test positive for drugs. This policy seeks to deny aid to the recipients who are using drugs, but benefits will continue for minor children. However, they will continue to suffer because they are dependent on their parents for sustenance. A reduction in benefits will cause families to sink deeper into poverty.
Once in America, they hope to find family members or at least a possibility of work in an effort to help their families. Their perils range from exposure to the elements, to loss of limb from slipping while riding the train, to rape and torture, and death. Neither the children nor their parents are guaranteed survival from the trip. They only have a dream of a better life and hope that once in America; that they will be able to help the families left behind. Many illegal immigrants feel they have no other choice but to come to America, they are desperate.
Second, if we keep the illegal immigrants in the US, more illegal immigrants would want to come here. They have heard of many illegal immigrants that have found jobs to bring them out of poverty, and they want to do the same for their family. Parents are now sending their children over here in a desperate attempt to bring themselves over, only to find that their children are getting sent back.It is kind of like a domino once one person gets a good job, then more people hear about it. They all want to come over, and if we do not deport them now, we may never be able to fully get rid of them. Even worse, illegal immigration brings our country into poverty.
For example, we do not want to keep the homeless on the streets as we raise the money to help them, so we need a solution. Of course there are many homeless shelters around local communities, but they sometimes do not accommodate everyone. It is usually first come, first served. Therefore, a lot of people may be locked out of the shelter, forced to sleep on the cold pavements until the next day. If the government could find a way to build big enough facilities to place every homeless person or family in, that would be ideal.
Housing is another issue African American mothers have to deal with especially having a low income. It is hard for single African American mother to afford and provide 3 meals for her children. It wouldn’t be a smart decision to stay in a place where she can’t afford the rent. Studies show that low-income neighbors set such an impact with the child’s mind set he or she will adapt behaviors from that community. Children learn what they see and if they witness crime, violence and drugs they tend to walk on that path.