The Cruelty Of Human Trafficking

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Human trafficking is a serious global issue that needs the world attention and awareness. The unjustified trade and enslavement of human beings in the 21st century reflects a degenerate state of human’s rights affairs. As a consequence of poverty, trafficker lure the victims with false promises of a better life. Because profits of human trafficking are low risk taking and easy to make money, as a result, many people are being capture and lure away from their families and being sold illegal across countries. If human trafficking continues then many families are going to be separated which will have an enormous consequence on than victim’s life by leaving permanent damages in them both physically and mentally. In order to eradicate this cruelty,…show more content…
Traffickers tends to paint a rosy picture of a better life, marriage opportunity along with educational opportunity for the victims to improve their (the victims) living standards. Once the victims fall for the false promises, the trafficker then transport the victims to another place or country for exploitation. If the victims are being transported to another country, the trafficker tends to bribe state officials to let them pass easily. In some cases, trafficker may kidnap the victims or use physical violence or substance abuse to control them. The victims have diverse ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds along with varied levels of education. Often the traffickers and their victims share the same national, ethnic, or cultural background, which allow the trafficker to better understand and exploit the vulnerabilities of their victims. Some victim may not even know to be existed, due to the fact that they were born in human trafficking which lead to no documentation of…show more content…
When the trafficker finally had fully control of the victims, their ID and papers are taken away from them and that they are forced to work as sex slave or labor working in inhumane conditions, without getting paid the money that they were promised with when getting lure by the traffickers. Victims of human trafficking do not run away because they are under control by the debt bondage. The victims are being told that they own the trafficker money for transporting them there along with other money that they the trafficker had used on the victims. The debt never decreases but it always increases day by day; therefore, the victims remain trapped by the trafficker. Other form that the trafficker used to control the victims are threat to harm the victim’s family, lock up the victim or even forced them to use drugs. As a result, victims become trapped and fear leaving the work cite. The victims do not even have basic control over their daily routine like sleep and eat. The victims may suffer psychological trauma, shame, emotional attachment, or physical threats to themselves or their families’ safety; therefore, the victim is completely controlled and often too afraid to try to escape. The traffickers often told the victims that if they attempt to run away or escape they
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