Human Rights And Human Trafficking Research Paper by Writing Specialists

Human Rights And Human Trafficking
A discussion on human trafficking and the international response to the problem.
# 91909 | 5,084 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2006 | US


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Description:

The paper discusses how human trafficking has increasingly become a problem for many countries throughout the world, with people being taken from their families, homes and communities and ensnared in a life of servitude to others in a strange and foreign country. The paper focuses on the question of whether there is enough being done to combat the increasing problem of human trafficking. The paper examines the international community's response to the problem. The paper details various countries and communities and how they have been effected by human trafficking.

Outline:
Objective
Introduction
Overview Of Human Trafficking Throughout The World
Haiti
Honduras
Hong Kong
India
Bulgaria
The Netherlands
Pakistan
Russia
Uganda
Poland - The Press And The Perspective In Media
Mexico - 20,000 Child Victims
Mongolia - 200 Mongolian Children Exploited As Prostitutes
Other Countries
What Is Being Done To Combat This Problem?
Bibliography

From the Paper:

"According to a separate report, "Migrant trafficking and smuggling has become a global business generating huge profits for traffickers and organized crime syndicates." (Counter-Trafficking, 2006) In fact in a study conducted by IOM reports "...an estimated 15 to 30 million irregular migrants worldwide." (Counter-Trafficking, 2006) Sadly a report of the U.S. Department of Justice states that an estimated "...700,000 women and children are trafficked yearly across borders." (Counter-Trafficking, 2006) The reason stated that so many of these migrants go unreported is due to the inherent "...clandestine nature..." involved in so many of the lives and migration of these individuals."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Sazonova, Liliya (2006) US: Human Trafficking and Domestic Violence Remain Problem Area for Bulgaria National VAW Monitor Online available at: http://www.stop vaw.org/US_Human_trafficking_and_domestic violence_ remain_problem_area_ for _ Bulgaria.html. [in U.S. Police Abuse Remains Problem Area for Bulgaria, Sofia News Agency 9 March 2006.
  • Counter-Trafficking (2006) Service Areas - European Conference on Preventing and Combating Trafficking in Human Beings. Online available at: http://www.iom.int/ en/who/main_service_areas_counter.shtml.
  • Pomaranska-Bielecka, Malgorzata & Koniecka, Marlena (2006) A Look at the Problem of Human Trafficking in the Press - Trafficking in Media - Training for Law Enforcement Officers in Poland. Online available at: http://www.handelludzmi.uw.edu.pl/en/.
  • Trafficking in Persons Report (2005) V. Country Narratives -- Countries H through P Released by the Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons 3 June 2005. Haiti Tier 2 Watch List Online available at: http://www.state.gov/g/tip/rls/tiprpt/2005/46614.htm.
  • Trafficking in Human Beings European Commission (2003) Freedom, Security and Justice Online available at: http://europa.eu.int/comm/justice_home/fsj/crime/trafficking/fsj_crime_human_t raffickin _en.htm.

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