controversy over whether or not China is providing proper relocation support

Controversy over whether or not china is providing

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-controversy over whether or not China is providing proper relocation support for displaced residents Figure 5B.4 -measuring migration -net migration -out-migration
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-in-migration 5C H UMAN T RAFFICKING Slavery rings have been uncovered in the US, Canada, and many European countries Human trafficking does not just happen in the developing countries Around 50,000 illegal humans are brought into the US each year 600,000 to 800,000 people are trafficked each year worldwide Most are women and children Destroys social institutions such as family Education is rarely offered Trafficking fuels organized crime $10 billion a year made off of trafficking People smuggling, which is an illegal way of immigrating -horrible travel conditions -have to pay off a debt -sometimes never pay it off Rape and sexual abuse is common Figure 5C.1 -people smuggling affects the whole world -people are smuggled to work as domestic help, prostitutes, and laborers Figure 5C.2 -a girl tells about her experience as a human trafficking victim. She talks about the terrible traveling conditions and the violence that she saw. She lost a lot of weight because her abusers did not feed her enough. She said that if you don’t have the right attitude, then they kill you. At the end of her narrative, she says that there were arrangements for them to be sold. Figure 5C.3
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-Child soldiers are very prevalent in Central Africa -the child soldiers endure sexual, mental, and physical abuse -young women were constantly raped -children were forced to kill their friends 5D R EFUGEES Forced or impelled migration can consider someone a refugee People are generally considered refugees when the government of the country that they are from declares them one Around 12 million people are refugees or asylum seekers 24 million people in total are displaced from their homes worldwide Almost 8 million refugees have been warehoused for more than 10 years Refugee camps often don’t have enough supplies Refugees’ health often suffers Figure 5D.1 Repatriation is the act of moving refugees back into their home country -Africa has huge refugee movements -the numbers reflect the political and economic chaos Figure 5D.3 -Palestinians have the most refugees warehoused the longest -Pakistan hosts the most refugees -the UK host the least amount of refugees Figure 5D.3 -Repatriation can be difficult 5E W HY D O P EOPLE M IGRATE ?
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