The Trafficking Of Human Trafficking

1061 Words Dec 11th, 2015 5 Pages
There are approximately twenty to thirty million slaves in the world today. Unfortunately due to trafficking being a fast growing crime it is very difficult to identify and locate these organizations and victims. Although there are many groups created to support victims, not enough awareness is being made and not enough action is being applied to stop human trafficking.

Sex trafficking is a form of human trafficking that has been a worldwide issue since ancient times, but regularly forgotten, due to it being almost an impossible to fix dilemma. Since the dawn of mankind sexual exploitation and slavery has been occurring, dating back to ancient times. Various forms of trafficking occur including, sexual slavery where victims are forced into performing sexual actions including prostitution and pornography. Another form of human trafficking is slavery where the victim is forced into unpaid work which they undertake harsh life threatening conditions. Another form of human trafficking is the trafficking of human tissue, cells, and organs. This is where humans are illegally stripped of their organs,especially kidneys. Due to countries long list of needed transplants, criminals take that opportunity to make quick money by stealing humans and performing dangerous operations to sell the victim 's organs. The thing all trafficking groups have in common is their lust for fast easy money. By using humans to sell sex,work, and organs these pimps can accomplish these goals with little…

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