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Page 1 of 1 Outline for “Human Trafficking” What is human trafficking? Human trafficking ≠ human smuggling – trafficking – obtaining force labor by sex etc. slaves.. involves force or fraud or coersion. Effected by laws of supply and demand. Smuggling - Consentual movement across border for a fee. Who are the trafficking victims? How do trafficking victims get to the United States? What types of labor are trafficking victims forced into?
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Unformatted text preview: • Sex, field work/domestic work, agriculture, sweat shops, food service How do the Owners control their Slaves? • Isolate from outside world. Treat them unhuman-like • Rotate “ride the circuit” – no personal ties with clients. What is being done to address the problem? • Federal – trafficking victims protection act. Special Visa - T • State laws. Law enforcement - Ban together with local services like red cross...
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