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Human Trafficking

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Presented by: Irfat Altaf R. Kumar Prateek Jaiswal Kritika Singh

2/23/13

or forcing a person into leaving their home to work for little or no payment. sold. luring. 2/23/13 . day slavery.  Modern  People are bought.What is Human Trafficking?  Human Trafficking = the act of tricking. and traded.

How is this done?  Tricked ◦ ◦ Promised a “better life” “Help” immigrating  Lured ◦ ◦ Fake jobs No negative aspects  Forced ◦ ◦ ◦ Kidnapped Beaten Raped 2/23/13 .

What are they made to do?  Prostitution ◦ Brothels  Forced ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ labor Sweat shops Commercial agricultural Domestic situations Construction sites 2/23/13 .

no medical attention raped. washed.  Passports  Fear 2/23/13 . confiscated  Beaten. drugged.Conditions  Rarely fed.

Where is this happening?  Human Trafficking is EVERYWHERE and in every part of INDIA 2/23/13 .

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Who are the victims?  Poor  Women  Children 2/23/13 .

Statistics  27 million people worldwide largest criminal industry worldwide  Second  $12 billion a YEAR 2/23/13 .

 Approximately 75-80% of human trafficking is for sex.  A large majority of children and women who are trafficked for sex become HIV positive  There are more human slaves in the world today than ever before in history.  There are an estimated 27 million adults and 13 million children around the world who are victims of human trafficking. 2/23/13 .  Human trafficking not only involves sex and labor. but people are also trafficked for organ harvesting.

2/23/13 . but not enough  Non-profit organizations.What is being done to help?  Buying for freedom  Trafficking ◦ Victims Protection Act (TVPA) – October 2000 Step in the right direction.

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What can you do to help?  Get  Be  Get educated on the issue! aware! involved in the fight against Human Trafficking! 2/23/13 .

THANK YOU 2/23/13 .