Prospectus on Human Trafficking in the United States For my research paper, I will be explaining the issue of human trafficking in the United States and propose a course of action we can take to help combat the growth of this problem. Article 3, paragraph (a) of the United Nation 's Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons essentially defines trafficking as the harboring or transportation of a person through any means, including force, threats, fraud, and coercion (42).
decriminalizing the systems set in place for sex work promotes sex trafficking, expands the sex industry, and invites organized crime. Raymond further argues that legalized prostitution in the Netherlands, Germany, Australia, and Nevada worsens crime and endangers women. In addition, she argues that when governments try to prevent sex work by prosecuting pimps, brothels, and clients like in Norway, Sweden, and Iceland, trafficking does not increase, women are better protected, and fewer men buy sex
Annotated Bibliography Borland, R. & Zimmerman, C. (Eds.) (2009). Caring for trafficked persons: Guidance for health providers. Geneva, Switzerland: International Organization for Migration. Caring for Trafficked Persons provides detailed instructions on how health care providers should spot and serves both current victims and survivors. The book begins with a description of human trafficking and the possible health risks associated with their victimization. The book stresses the safety of both
Annotated Bibliography: Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking Clark County Washington. “Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking (DMST) Commercially Sexually Exploited Children.” Clark County Washington. Juvenile Court. 2016. Web. 17 Feb. 2016. This website is bringing awareness to domestic minor sex trafficking in Washington. They have identified that domestic minor sex trafficking is serious problem in their community. They have developed a year long training program to help equip their community so that they
13 October 2013 Human Trafficking and Modern Day Slavery: An Annotated Bibliography Batstone, David B,. Not for Sale: The Return of the Global Slave Trade-- and How We Can Fight It. New York: HarperSanFrancisco, 2010. Print. David Batstone is a professor of business and social responsibility at the University of San Francisco. He is also an author and journalist, writing regularly for newspapers such as the New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, and USA Today, and the magazines Wired and Spin.
Annotated Bibliography including five citations in APA documentation format, each with a brief summary paragraph: in your own words, write a two-three sentence summary the source’s main point and identifying key expert views or evidence which will help support specific points in your outline. Human Trafficking in the United States of America I.Introduction I’ve chosen to cover this topic because now more than ever news specials are being broadcast and even though each story as similar as the next
Annotated Bibliography Abel, Gillian, et al. Taking the crime out of sex work: New Zealand sex workers fight for decriminalisation. Policy Press, 2010. Part two: Implementation and impact of the Prostitution Reform Act (2003): the first five years: Review of the PRA In this book, editors Gillian Abel, Lisa Fitzgerald, Catherine Healy, and Aline Taylor recount the various ways that New Zealand decriminalized all sectors of sex work. It provides first-hand views and experiences of this policy from
Service Learning paper help you critically understand a cultural event or a situation? Before doing the Social Review project on Human Trafficking, I did not know a lot about the subject but I was interested in learning more. Because of this, I had to do a lot of research for both my paper and presentation and, in turn, learned a lot. I honestly had no idea that Human Trafficking was as prevalent as it is so I am grateful that this project gave me a reason to look into it further and open my eyes to what
Thesis: Differing standards of behavior are generally not reasons to intervene except when the people of the countries are unhappy due to the violation of human rights because all humans must be protected against the unmannerly supremacies. Annotated Bibliography: Shah, Anup. “Rights of Indigenous People.” Global Issues. 16 Oct. 2010. Web. 07 Aug. 2016. This source is valid because it states that over the course of many years, many groups of people have been “eliminated” from many areas in
prostitution. The following questions should be addressed. Would legalization reduce some of the inequalities and abuse suffered by the women involved? On the other hand, by legitimizing prostitution, would society reverse decades of work to promote human rights and improve the status of women? On the surface, this looks like a rehashing of a timeless debate. However, it is not. The question is no longer about