The media shows everything about this clandestine crime, that are hidden from view. It visualizes the issue to get support because people don’t take action if they don’t see the problem. So, the possibility of saving lives, preventing the wrongdoings increases with the more visibility the issue gets. 4 years ago, the image on the top was published like a pop-up ad. Approximately, 24.000 people clicked on it and found out the ugly truth about human trafficking.
Some may believe that this novel was to entertain the audience or persuade the reader to be more active or vigilant about global issues around the world . However, most agree that this is something that needs to be addressed on bigger scale because it 's a crime. Patricia McCormick wrote Sold to exploit the world for paying attention to the wrongs things , and not paying to attention to anything but themselves . She also writes Sold to find out more about the sexual system , and what happens to these girls that are getting abducted into labor while thinking otherwise most of the time. Lastly she wrote sold to find out more about Human trafficking and how it happens so often.
Prostitution Should Not Be Legalized As countries are considering legalizing and determining the sex industry, we urge you to consider the ways in which legitimating prostitution as “work” does not empower the women in prostitution but does everything to strengthen the sex industry and lead to violence and increase the crime rate in the community. Prostitution means the act of practice of engaging, and an act of selling one’s body for any type of sexual intercourse in exchange for money. In ancient Greek, prostitution is not to be contempt because of the prostitutes’ dedication to the Gods or Goodness of the priests. It began many centuries ago, as a way to service the Gods. Today prostitution has become more and more open to the extent that some countries approve for the legalization of prostitution, countries such as Bulgaria and Netherlands.
Women and children trafficked into sex industries are often forced into activities such as prostitution and pornography. The basis of the sex trafficking trade is female victims and male perpetrators and the gender roles of victims and perpetrators value gender-focused strategies to combat sex trafficking (Busch-Armendariz, 2009). Sex trafficking. Sex trafficking receives a great deal of attention, trafficking for labour purposes is actually in greater demand (Gozdziak, 2008). Labour trafficking applies to men, women, boys and girls.
The Road of Lost Innocence “The Road of Lost Innocence” by Somaly Mam is a revelation of the sex trade that is happening around the world. The entire book is centered in her life and experience as a victim of sex slavery in Cambodia. She escapes, to later become the voice or human trafficking victims and transform into the rescuer of young girls who have been victimized by this horrendous business. The revelations in this book causes a great controversy between the defendants of human rights and the governments that do little to “halt the practice of sex slavery” (Deleon d6). The idea of Mam is to increase awareness around the world, to stop stereotyping prostitutes and to understand that many of them are victims of the cruel reality that the world offers.
Prostitution should remain illegalized because it encourages human trafficking and forced prostitution. Forced prostitution pertains to the action of a pimp, a manager of a prostitution ring, persuading or tricking an unwilling person to go into prostitution. Human trafficking can also be applied into prostitution as there are accounts of human trafficking done in order to supply the
“The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil but by those who watch them without doing anything”-Albert Einstein Human Trafficking is the trade of humans for the purpose of sexual slavery, forced labour, organs removal, commercial sex exploitation and economic exploitation. Normally, trafficking is done by threat, compulsion, abduction, fraud, misleading, abuse of power, vulnerability, giving payments or benefits to a person in control of the victim .Trafficking in person is a serious crime and dignified violation of human rights . Most of people nowadays do not know that human slavery still exists; after it was abolished 150 years ago, its proven when there is an auction of young women intended for sexual slavery occurred publicly in Britain highly policed location and another auction even took place in front of a café at Greenwich Airport, Britain (News by BBC UK, 4 June 2006, 14.31 GMT). These crimes have been booming and become a global phenomenon when victims from at least 153 countries were detected in 124 countries worldwide between 2010 and 2012. Female hold the biggest percentage of victims and the remaining are men and children but recently the percentage of children in victims have been increasing to one third of the victims of human trafficking in the world.
Many of the victims not only have been trafficked, but also exploited in horrendous ways. Despite all the attention and coverage given to this issue, the numbers of trafficking victims are not getting any lesser. Human trafficking appears in various forms, for instance forced labour, sex trafficking, debt bondage, domestic servitude, forced child labor and unlawful recruitment. Many are deceived and treated as slaves. Human trafficking however, as refers to United Nations Office of Drug and Crime (UNODC) Article 3, paragraph (a) of the Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons defines “Trafficking in Persons as the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harboring or receipt of persons, by means of the threat or use of force or other forms of coercion, of abduction, of fraud, of deception, of the abuse of power or of a position of vulnerability or of the giving or receiving of payments or benefits to achieve the consent of a person
I do believe those who took part deserve to be punished too, just not as severely. This leaves us wondering: are the wrong people going to jail? To begin with, there has been a massive increase in the amount of people being jailed for joint enterprise. Around 1,800 people have been charged with homicide under the controversial, legal principal of joint enterprise in the past 8 years. As well as this, between 2005 and 2013 there were 1,853 people prosecuted in England and Wales for homicide in a charge that involved more than 4 people.
Throughout these days, the president “ordered military troops and riot trained federal officers” [“1992 Riot in Los Angeles”] to help control the situation. As hard as they might have tried, “the three days of disorder killed 55 people, injured almost 2,000, [and] led to 7,000 arrest.” [“1992 Riot in Los Angeles”] The riots caused “1 billion in property damage, including the burning of nearly 4,000 buildings.” [“1992 Riot in Los