Human Trafficking Industry

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For some, freedom is not given. For some, freedom is how things are in which a common situation in everyday life. Realize it or not, human trafficking is still happening today. For every 30 seconds, another person becomes a victim of the trafficking industry. Today, according to ILO research, not only there are more than 21 million people being trafficked worldwide but also an illegal annual profits that may exceeds USD $150 billion, in such a way making trafficking industry as the second largest black market industry in the world. Human trafficking industry happens everywhere around the world either in developed or developing country. It could be either on our own country near or around the neighbor where we live. Many may think that human…show more content…
This is why the trafficking of human beings is more than a single crime action and more into transnational crime with a structured process. Therefore, the author decided to identify and to analyze the pattern of human trafficking by mapping out and categorize systematically the modus operandi, movement, exploitation, and other similar pattern of both traffickers and victims in the origin, transit, and destination countries, particularly in Southeast Asia as human trafficking industry is a very complex…show more content…
It will also analyze and identify the networks model that maybe used by the traffickers or crime groups as they recruit and exploit their victims. Last but not least is to fill in the gap from the previous research regarding the diffusion of human trafficking and its connection to the growing trends, methods, culture, and practice of the society under the pattern of human trafficking as networks and movements will always change along the way and thus to solve an issue, we have to fully comprehend the pattern or process of how trafficking works and
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