What Are The Causes Of Human Trafficking Essay

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Good morning Trinity House High School, I am Cameron Purdon. There are about 30 Million people in the world today who are enslaved. Human trafficking is defined as “The illegal movement of people, typically for the purposes of forced labour or commercial sexual exploitation.” (UNOCD, 2015)

There are many causes for Human Trafficking to occur but some of the most obvious are Poverty and Education. When people become poor, they then start to find other ways in which they can get money. With unemployment rates so high in countries right now, some people find it difficult to get a job. They then start kidnapping innocent children and women and sell them off so that they can get money in order to survive. (The Freedom Project, 2015) Low education levels are also a cause because children aren 't being taught what’s right or wrong and aren 't being taught about these fatal issues that you as pupils in this school are. They therefore don 't realise what is going on around them, making them an easy target for kidnappers.

Human Trafficking affects every country of the world today. It affects many people, but mostly the people who are involved. Research has shown that women are the common victims of Human Trafficking, as many people see women as
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When people become poor, they then start to find other ways in which they can get money. With unemployment rates so high in countries right now, some people find it difficult to get a job. They then start kidnapping innocent children and women and sell them off so that they can get money in order to survive. (The Freedom Project, 2015) Low education levels are also a cause because children aren 't being taught what’s right or wrong and aren 't being taught about these fatal issues that you as pupils in this school are. They therefore don 't realise what is going on around them, making them an easy target for
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