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Human Trafficking
Based on Alan Gilbert's article in the UK about human trafficking, and an annual revenue estimated at some $9.5 billion, the essay focuses on where and how human trafficking continues, and that the laws enacted worldwide seem powerless to stop ...
# 138224 | 750 words | 1 source | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Criminology (General) , Political Science (Human Rights)


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Based on Alan Gilbert's article in the UK about human trafficking, and an annual revenue estimated at some $9.5 billion, the essay focuses on where and how human trafficking continues, and that the laws enacted worldwide seem powerless to stop the trade into slavery or prostitution. The fact that most of these victims are either minorities or in poverty obviously puts a low priority on law enforcement

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HUMAN TRAFFICKING Mr. Gilbert begins his article by stating that in the last ten years or so trafficking in human beings has rapidly risen up global political agendas" (Gilbert 2). This obviously is intended to mean that something is being done about it because someone is pressuring politicians. In essence, of course, human trafficking certainly goers back to the Bible, if not before. The African slave trade most headed to the American South, and the similar situations in Asia proves that profits made from human slaves- whether as workers or for sexual pleasures- has a long history. Gilbert (3) cites FIB statistics that claim annual revenue fro human trafficking

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"Human Trafficking" 01 December 2008. Web. 29 September. 2022. <https://www.academon.com/article-review/human-trafficking-138224/>

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