wow, that's a tough one.

The only possible pro (which wouldn't happen if there was no con in the first place) might be if people are rescued and they come to a new better life and appreciation for their new country. But it hardly seems worth it and I can't imagine ANYONE saying" sure, sell me into slavery so I can be abused and terrified before I meet the people who saved me.

There are no pros to human trafficking~! Human trafficking is the practice of humans being tricked, lured, coerced or otherwise removed from their home or country, and then forced to work with no or low payment or on terms which are highly exploitative.

Eek! That's freaky. Well, let me first say that the benefits are COMPLETELY outweighed by the harms/costs. But if you must find benefits, I suppose these would be some: 1. By providing cheap labor to the factories (e.g. child assembly line workers) and service industries (e.g. maids), human trafficking reduces the cost of production, lowering prices for consumers. 2. Today, some human trafficking is voluntary, in that people in country A sign up to be smuggled into country B, using an "indentured servitude" agreement like Europeans once used to get to colonial America. This form of voluntary human trafficking, though still exploitative and illegal, allows people to move from overpopulated countries to other countries that have more resoures to sustain them, thus balancing the burden of human population across political boundaries. 3. Because human trafficking allows some companies to produce goods and services at a lower cost, the other companies that compete LEGALLY will have to innovate and improve their industrial/business practices, to stay competitive. By forcing innovation and improvement, then, human trafficking encourages the development of better and more efficient technology.
flaws Trafficking primarily involves exploitation which comes in many forms, including: 1.Forcing victims into prostitution 2.Subjecting victims to slavery or involuntary servitude 3.Compelling victims to commit sex acts for the purpose of creating pornography 4.Misleading victims into debt bondage To some estimates, approximately 80% of trafficking involves sexual exploitation, and 19% involves labor exploitation. It is estimated that there are approximately 27 million slaves around the world.

Trafficking is a many sided problem. Here is a round up of the causes Countries or regions of origin:

y y

Abject poverty, especially among women A lack of political, social and economical stability

and if such legislation exists. of transit and of destination among the persons capable or responsible to combat trafficking . a lack of effective enforcement y y y Global economic policies that foster exclusion of marginalised people Disintegration of social protection networks Widespread corruption in countries of origin.y y y y y y A lack of reasonable and realistic prospects Situations of armed conflict and oppression Domestic violence and disintegration of the family structure Gender discrimination Lack of access to education and information The HIV-AIDS reality Countries or regions of destination: y The expense of social charges that employers need to pay for the social protection of regularly employed workers y Increasing demand for cheap and exploitable labourers in the construction. resources and networking capacity of criminal networks A lack of effective anti-trafficking legislation. agricultural and industrial sectors y y Increasing demand for cheap and exploitable domestic labourers A rise in the demand for sex workers in a highly lucrative and globalising sex industry Universal factors: y Ever more limits and obstacles to legal migration channels to countries with stronger economies and/or regions with better prospects y y y y A lack of public awareness of the dangers of trafficking The high profit potential for those engaged in the criminal activity The sophisticated organisation.

it is acknowledged that women may have to become supplementary wage earners in times of family need. Children s Role in the Family: Obedience to parents and an obligation to support the family makes children vulnerable to trafficking.e. often. limited economic opportunities. These include: ¾ Lack of Awareness: Many people who migrate for work within Indonesia or abroad are unaware of the dangers of trafficking and the ways in which migrant workers are deceived or pushed into abusive or slave-like labor. renting out a person s labor to pay off a debt or a loan. ¾ Poverty: Poverty has forced many households to devise survival strategies that have included migrating for work and bonded labor. and child bonded labor are deemed acceptable family financial strategies to survive. the end of schooling. early divorce. Trafficking is caused by an entire range of different conditions and issues.There is no one cause of human trafficking in Indonesia. History of Bonded Labor: The practice of renting out one s labor or that of a family . i.. including health hazards. Early Marriage: Early marriage has serious implications for girls. disruption of personal development. A sense of duty and obligation drives many women to migrate for work in order to support their families. Child labor. ¾ Material Expectations: The desire for consumer products and higher standards of living fuel migration and render migrants vulnerable to trafficking. child migration for work. ¾ Cultural Factors: The following cultural factors contribute to trafficking: Women s Role in the Family: Although cultural norms stress that a woman s place is at home as wife and mother. Divorced girls are legally seen as adults and are vulnerable to trafficking as a result of their economic vulnerability. and.

are more easily passed off as adults to anyone who asks.member to pay off a loan is an accepted family survival strategy. People placed into bondedlabor are especially vulnerable to abusive and slave-like work conditions. In addition. for example. Children who are trafficked. birth certificates. and passports. lack of state funds budgeted for countertrafficking efforts hampers l . ¾ Lack of Birth Registry: People without proper identification fall prey to trafficking more easily. Public administrators can also be bribed to falsify information on ID cards. ¾ Lack of Education: People with limited education have fewer viable job skills and opportunities and are thus more prone to trafficking as they look to migrate for unskilled work. ¾ Corruption and Weak Enforcement of Laws: Traffickers can often bribe corrupt law enforcement and immigration officials to overlook criminal activities. since their age and nationality cannot be documented. making migrant workers more vulnerable to trafficking due to illegal migration.