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1. Human Trafficking The Ethical Dilemma<br />Javetta Cobb<br /> 2. Human Trafficking an Ethic Dilemma<br />The United Nations estimates that 700,000 to…
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  • 1. Human Trafficking The Ethical Dilemma<br />Javetta Cobb<br />
  • 2. Human Trafficking an Ethic Dilemma<br />The United Nations estimates that 700,000 to 4 million women and children are trafficked around the world yearly.<br /> Purposes of trafficking is forced prostitution, labor and other forms of exploitation every year. <br />Trafficking is estimated to be a $7 billion dollar annual business. <br />
  • 3. On a scale 0-80% Human trafficking increases<br />Human trafficking<br />Ethical Dilemmas in 13 countries<br />
  • 4. Individual's rights are stripped from them through deception of lies and manipulation. Eventually the lies and deception forms into controlling the person, and forcing fear upon the person.<br />
  • 5. The Crisis in the 21st Century.<br />In Human trafficking<br />Using others as an means to an end is an ethical dilemma that can create majors issues when trafficking humans as an means to an end arises.<br />Major Issues<br />In today’s world children, young adult males and women from all cultures are used for access of gaining quick finances.<br />
  • 6. Who are the victims of human trafficking?<br />
  • 7. Child prostitution is a problem that nobody really wants to recognize, nobody seems to want to talk about, and most people want to cover up. <br />Child prostitutes are abandoned by their parents, and the social services system. <br />Child prostitutes are typically victims of incest at an early age. Without help, the children run to the street during adolescence to escape sexual exploitation by a trusted caretaker, and is swindled into child trafficking for money. <br />Also, it is easy to move the children from state to state since no one seems to care about the where about of the child. <br />Sexually abused children also respond differently than children abused in other ways. <br />The sexually abused children are defenseless and lack the aggression required for survival on the streets, so this makes the children easier prey at hand. <br />Some parents sell their children into human trafficking for quick finaces.<br />
  • 8. What can be done about the human trafficking dilemma?<br />Ways to help victims of human trafficking<br />What can be done?<br />
  • 9. REFERENCES:<br />Katherine Chon and Derek Ellerman . (2010, January 15). In The Polaris Project. Retrieved May 23, 2011, from<br />http://www.polarisproject.org/human-trafficking/sex-trafficking-in-the-us<br />http://www.polarisproject.org <br />Powers, K. (n.d.). SEX SLAVERY: AMERICA IN DENIAL. In http://www.nypost.com. Retrieved May 23, 2011, from: <br />http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/opedcolumnists/item_8zo1hWDEjrNUuVMaLL38<br />Applied Ethics: A Multicultural Approach (2010). May, Larry, Wong, Kai Wong, Delston, Jill. ISBN: 978-0-205-70808-6.<br />
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