Human Trafficking Research Proposal by Neatwriter

Human Trafficking
A research proposal about human trafficking and a look at international laws which are meant to prevent this phenomenon.
# 61545 | 1,267 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2005 | US
Published on Oct 11, 2005 in Law (International) , Ethics (General)

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The purpose of this research proposal is set forth examples of human trafficking as well as providing an overview of the international law in relation to the trafficking of human beings. Further this work conducts a review of the literature available in relation to trafficking in human beings and specifically that of the trafficking of women. Findings of this study are that the problem in trafficking of human beings is a significant problem in today's global society.

Findings of the Study in Brief
Literature Review

From the Paper:

"Trafficking, debt bondage, forced labor, and other abuse commonly suffered by women during migration from Thailand to Japan, as well as their employment in Japan is stated to "constitute violations of the human rights of the women." Further stated is that "These rights are enumerated in international conventions that Japan and Thailand have acceded to or ratified, thereby committing their governments to take the steps necessary to uphold these rights and to provide redress when violations occur." Discrimination suffered in the two countries is illustrated by the numbers of women who suffer and yet the international obligations of the government to check the facilitation of these crimes by the government officials reflects that discriminatory protection in human rights issues. The violation of prohibiting discrimination in the human rights protection is clearly a violation of the laws set out by the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (IPPCR)."

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Human Trafficking (2005, October 11) Retrieved July 24, 2017, from

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"Human Trafficking" 11 October 2005. Web. 24 July. 2017. <>