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Human trafficking

  1. 1. HUMANTRAFFICKING Are they for trade?
  2. 2. Creative and Critical Thinking (MGT 315) Prepared by NURUL IZZATI BINTI SOHAYNI 2010884972 BM111 5B Prepared for MISS NORUL HUDA BINTI TAJUDDIN
  3. 3. What ishuman ?
  4. 4. It is the illegal trade of human beings
  5. 5. for the purposes ofcommercial sexual exploitation
  6. 6. or reproductive slavery,
  7. 7. or forced labour or it callednowadays as modern-day slavery.
  8. 8. Why is this happen?
  9. 9. Because of trafficking is a lucrative industry.
  10. 10. Because of trafficking is a lucrative industry. It has been identified as the fastest growing criminal industry in the world.
  11. 11. Unemployment
  12. 12. Unemployment War
  13. 13. Unemployment WarPoverty
  14. 14. Unemployment WarPoverty are some of the key drives of human trafficking
  15. 15. Homeless
  16. 16. Homeless Especially girl who run away from home (homeless), are great risk of being targeted by a pimp (or traffickers) and becoming exploited.
  17. 17. Who the ?
  18. 18. Generally females - young girls . It is estimated that approximately 800,000 – 900,000 people are currently living as modern day slaves (VILJ).
  19. 19. Children / Baby They areborn for the specific purpose -
  20. 20. Children / Baby They areborn for the specific purpose - being
  21. 21. Menare often targets and are used in forms offorced labor.
  22. 22. Statistic of
  23. 23. Human trafficking in Malaysia
  24. 24. Percentage Human trafficking in the world
  25. 25. Human trafficking in the world Korea, Democratic People’s Republic Iran (Islamic Republic of) Turkmenistan Libya Arab Jamahiriya Saudi Arabia Burma Cuba Mauritania Yemen Papua New Guinea Sudan Venezuela Algeria Madagascar African Zimbabwe Congo
  26. 26. Human trafficking in the world Russia Uzbekistan Tunisia Syria Iraq Afghanistan China Dominican Niger Viet NamPanama Mali Bangladesh Thailand Guinea Tanzania MalaysiaEcuador Chad Angola Cameroon Congo
  27. 27. Human trafficking in the world1. Mexico 7. South Africa 13. Ethiopia 19. Ukraine 25. Nepal2. Brazil 8. Mozambique 14. Kenya 20. Romania 26. Cambodia3. Argentina 9. Malawi 15. Uganda 21. Greece 27. Indonesia4. Chile 10. Zambia 16. Emirates 22. Kazakhstan 28. Philippines5. Peru 11. Egypt 17. Oman 23. Pakistan 29. Japan6. Namibia 12. Morocco 18. Turkey 24. India 30. Mongolia
  28. 28. Human trafficking in the world Canada SwedenUnited States Finland Norway Poland France Germany Spain Italy Nigeria Columbia New Zealand Australia
  29. 29. Prevention ofhuman trafficking
  30. 30. Keep your eyes andears open for evidenceof human trafficking or enslavement.
  31. 31. Tell your friends,family and community leaders about human trafficking and its impacts. Ask them to join you in taking action to prevent it.
  32. 32. Be an informed consumer byfinding out where productscome from and the conditionsof those who make thembefore you buy.
  33. 33. Be an informed consumer byfinding out where productscome from and the conditionsof those who make thembefore you buy. Dont buy products you suspect are made in sweatshops or by child labour. Dont support businesses known to exploit people.
  34. 34. Fact of
  35. 35. The majority of trafficking victims (teenager) are between 18 and 24 years of age.
  36. 36. The majority of trafficking victims (teenager) are between 18 and 24 years of age.An estimated 1.2 million children aretrafficked each year.
  37. 37. Many trafficking victims have at least middle-level education
  38. 38. It is second place after drug trafficking as themost profitable illegal industry in the world.
  39. 39. Researchers note thatsex trafficking plays a major role in the spread of HIV.
  40. 40. 600,000 to 800,000 people were traffickedacross international borders every year, ofwhich 70 per cent were women and 50 percent children – mostly for commercial sextrade.
  41. 41. Human are not for sale
  42. 42. • Wikipedia: Human trafficking• Fowler, J., Che, N., & Fowler, L. (2010). Innocent lost: The right of human trafficking victims. Turkey.• S. Huda. (2006). Sex trafficking in South Asia. Dhaka, Bangladesh.• Neurological disease: Time to reassess• Human trafficking statistic df• Five thing you can do to prevent human trafficking
  43. 43. • Human trafficking in the world• Human trafficking: The fact labour/HUMAN_TRAFFICKING_-_THE_FACTS_-_final.pdf• Human trafficking: 55 little known facts about• Borneo post online (2011).Fighting human trafficking everyone’s responsibility human-trafficking-everyone%E2%80%99s- responsibility%E2%80%99/