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Cloning          Group 8
Cloning the    creation of an organism that is an exact genetic copy of another
TypesCloning
Types/Methods of Cloning DNA   Cloning    Producing multiple copies of a gene
Types/Methods of Cloning Reproductive   Cloning    Cloning method that produces a whole     creature
Types/Methods of Cloning Therapeutic   Cloning    Produces human embryos used in research    Usually used for productio...
UsesCloning
Uses of Cloning For   medical purposes
Uses of Cloning Cloning   animal models of disease
Uses of Cloning Cloning   stem cells for research
Uses of Cloning "Pharming"   for drug production
Uses of Cloning Reviving   Endangered or Extinct Species
Uses of Cloning Reproducing   a Deceased Pet
Uses of Cloning Cloning   Humans?
What doesScience say?Cloning
What does Science say about Cloning? Different   Views     Cloning Endangered species is perceived      positively     ...
What does Science say about Cloning? Bioethics     Concerned with rights of individuals such as      the right to privac...
What does Science say about Cloning? U.S.   House of Representatives (2001)     Legislation seeks to ban ALL human cloning
What doReligions say?Cloning
What do Religions say about Cloning? Christian     Opposes human cloning and cloning of      human Embryos
What do Religions say about Cloning? Islam     Allows cloning specific parts of the human      body for medical purposes...
What do Religions say about Cloning? Judaism     Does not object to cloning     Does not equate life with conception
What do Religions say about Cloning? Buddhism     Believe in the natural order of the world      and to clone humans wou...
Cloning          Group 8
Human Trafficking              Group 8
Human Trafficking  • Trade of human beings
Types of Acts            Human Trafficking
Acts of Human Trafficking• To recruit, transport, transfer, harbor, provide, or receive a  person by any means, including ...
Acts of Human Trafficking• To introduce or match for money, profit or material, economic  or consideration, any person or;...
Acts of Human Trafficking• To offer of contract marriage, real or simulated, for the  purpose of acquiring, buying, offeri...
Acts of Human Trafficking• To undertake or organize tours and travel plans consisting of  tourism packages or activities f...
Acts of Human Trafficking• To maintain or hire a person to engage in prostitution or  pornography;
Acts of Human Trafficking• To adopt or facilitate the adoption of persons for the purpose  of prostitution, pornography, s...
Acts of Human Trafficking• To recruit, hire, adopt, transport or abduct a person, by means  of threat or use of force, fra...
Acts of Human Trafficking• To recruit, transport or adopt a child to engage in armed  activities in the Philippines or abr...
What does Law say?           Human Trafficking
Human Trafficking• According to Law  • Article 3, paragraph (a) of the Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and    Punish Traffic...
Elements           Human Trafficking
Elements of Human Trafficking
What do Religionssay?           Human Trafficking
What do Religions say about Human Trafficking?• Christian  • "The trade in human persons constitutes a shocking offense   ...
What do Religions say about Human Trafficking?• Islam  • Not explicitly prohibited in Islam  • There are many aspects of i...
What do Religions say about Human Trafficking?• Judaism  • Practice of Jubilee required the release of Hebrew slaves by th...
What do Religions say about Human Trafficking?• Buddhism  • Becoming a slave was a result of Karma  • Eight-fold path teac...
Human Trafficking              Group 8
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  1. 1. Cloning Group 8
  2. 2. Cloning the creation of an organism that is an exact genetic copy of another
  3. 3. TypesCloning
  4. 4. Types/Methods of Cloning DNA Cloning  Producing multiple copies of a gene
  5. 5. Types/Methods of Cloning Reproductive Cloning  Cloning method that produces a whole creature
  6. 6. Types/Methods of Cloning Therapeutic Cloning  Produces human embryos used in research  Usually used for production of Stem Cells
  7. 7. UsesCloning
  8. 8. Uses of Cloning For medical purposes
  9. 9. Uses of Cloning Cloning animal models of disease
  10. 10. Uses of Cloning Cloning stem cells for research
  11. 11. Uses of Cloning "Pharming" for drug production
  12. 12. Uses of Cloning Reviving Endangered or Extinct Species
  13. 13. Uses of Cloning Reproducing a Deceased Pet
  14. 14. Uses of Cloning Cloning Humans?
  15. 15. What doesScience say?Cloning
  16. 16. What does Science say about Cloning? Different Views  Cloning Endangered species is perceived positively  Cloning Extinct species is seen negatively
  17. 17. What does Science say about Cloning? Bioethics  Concerned with rights of individuals such as the right to privacy and right to make informed medical decisions
  18. 18. What does Science say about Cloning? U.S. House of Representatives (2001)  Legislation seeks to ban ALL human cloning
  19. 19. What doReligions say?Cloning
  20. 20. What do Religions say about Cloning? Christian  Opposes human cloning and cloning of human Embryos
  21. 21. What do Religions say about Cloning? Islam  Allows cloning specific parts of the human body for medical purposes  Does not allow cloning of the entire human body
  22. 22. What do Religions say about Cloning? Judaism  Does not object to cloning  Does not equate life with conception
  23. 23. What do Religions say about Cloning? Buddhism  Believe in the natural order of the world and to clone humans would be violating that rule.
  24. 24. Cloning Group 8
  25. 25. Human Trafficking Group 8
  26. 26. Human Trafficking • Trade of human beings
  27. 27. Types of Acts Human Trafficking
  28. 28. Acts of Human Trafficking• To recruit, transport, transfer, harbor, provide, or receive a person by any means, including those done under the pretext of domestic or overseas employment or training or apprenticeship, for the purpose of prostitution, pornography, sexual exploitation, forced labor, slavery, involuntary servitude or debt bondage;
  29. 29. Acts of Human Trafficking• To introduce or match for money, profit or material, economic or consideration, any person or; as provided for under Republic Act No.6955, any Filipino woman to a foreign national, for marriage for the purpose of acquiring, buying, offering, selling, or trading him/her to engage in prostitution, pornography, sexual exploitation, forced labor, slavery, involuntary servitude or debt bondage;
  30. 30. Acts of Human Trafficking• To offer of contract marriage, real or simulated, for the purpose of acquiring, buying, offering, selling, or trading them to engage in prostitution, pornography, sexual exploitation, forced labor or slavery, involuntary servitude or debt bondage;
  31. 31. Acts of Human Trafficking• To undertake or organize tours and travel plans consisting of tourism packages or activities for the purpose of utilizing and offering persons for prostitution, pornography or sexual exploitation;
  32. 32. Acts of Human Trafficking• To maintain or hire a person to engage in prostitution or pornography;
  33. 33. Acts of Human Trafficking• To adopt or facilitate the adoption of persons for the purpose of prostitution, pornography, sexual exploitation, forced labor, slavery, involuntary servitude or debt bondage;
  34. 34. Acts of Human Trafficking• To recruit, hire, adopt, transport or abduct a person, by means of threat or use of force, fraud, deceit, violence, coercion or intimidation for the purpose of removal or sale of organs of said person;
  35. 35. Acts of Human Trafficking• To recruit, transport or adopt a child to engage in armed activities in the Philippines or abroad.
  36. 36. What does Law say? Human Trafficking
  37. 37. Human Trafficking• According to Law • Article 3, paragraph (a) of the Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons
  38. 38. Elements Human Trafficking
  39. 39. Elements of Human Trafficking
  40. 40. What do Religionssay? Human Trafficking
  41. 41. What do Religions say about Human Trafficking?• Christian • "The trade in human persons constitutes a shocking offense against human dignity and grave violation of fundamental human rights.”
  42. 42. What do Religions say about Human Trafficking?• Islam • Not explicitly prohibited in Islam • There are many aspects of it that are clearly forbidden in the faith. (Combating Trafficking in Persons in Accordance with the Principles of Islamic Law)
  43. 43. What do Religions say about Human Trafficking?• Judaism • Practice of Jubilee required the release of Hebrew slaves by their owners, as well as the cancellation of all debts, every seventh year. • The Essenes condemned slavery. • The Therapeutae declared slavery to be unnatural.
  44. 44. What do Religions say about Human Trafficking?• Buddhism • Becoming a slave was a result of Karma • Eight-fold path teaches against trade in living beings • Discourse to Sigala teaches that an employer should care for workers
  45. 45. Human Trafficking Group 8

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