create vulnerable individuals which thus creates the pool of victims that are typically preyed upon during recruitment for human trafficking. If as a society the contributing factors such as individuals living in poverty or the inequality and discrimination among women and individuals of varying racial or cultural backgrounds is not bridged, the unit has a whole has failed and will continue to do so without a solution that is on the macro level. One approach to a macro level solution is that of social reform. Without worldwide social reform discrimination, whether against women or persons of a different race, culture, religious belief, or even sexual orientation will continue to suffer at the hands of those aspects of society 3
that deem these differences in and of themselves as socially deviant behavior. Worldwide social reform is the only to further advance the validity of human rights and equality. To find ways to give back to one’s community and to provide assistance and understanding rather than disgust and distain for individuals that are suffering in poverty, or from other economic factors, and/or discriminant inequality. References 4
U. N. Office of the High Comissioner (2014). Human Rights and Human trafficking [Fact sheet] . Retrieved from Powell, C., Dickins, K., & Stoklosa, H. (2017). Training US health care professionals on human trafficking: Where do we go from here? Medical Education Online , 22(1). Sullivan, T. J. (2016). Introduction to social problems (10th ed.). Boston: Pearson. Weiss, M. S. (2015). Human Trafficking and Forced Labor: A Primer. ABA Journal Of Labor & Employment Law , 31(1), 1-51. 5
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