Definition,facts,solutions of human trafficking
After a long break today we are going to know about the worse and primitive social dirt and problem of earth i.e human trafficking.
from the ancient time human being is tortured,exploited and ruined by another strong and wealthy human being groups and gangs.today if we take the newspaper and open the local news we found lots of news about murders,suicide,and burning body,and labour exploitation,women selling,child slavery etc. world and their countries are becoming more modern and advanced but still human being is exploited for the needs of life. today we are going to know what is human trafficking? and how this social problem becoming the exploitation trends for powerful human being groups or mafia,don,politicians,kings.
Definition of human trafficking:
Human trafficking is the business in humans, most commonly for the purpose of forced labor,sexual slavery or for the extraction of organs or tissues, including surrogacy and ova removal. Trafficking is a lucrative industry, representing an estimated 32 dollar billion per year in international trade, compared to the estimated annual $650 billion for all illegal international trade circa 2010.it also known as known as people smuggling.united nation is working with convention against transnational organised cri (CTOC) to stop the human trafficking in world. human trafficking also include human transportation from one country to another for smuggling and selling.
FACTS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING:
there are some amazing facts about human trafficking which are:-
1.Trafficking is a lucrative industry, representing an estimated 32 billion dollar per year in international trade, compared to the estimated annual 650 billion dollar for all illegal international trade circa of 2010.
2.there are various types of human trafficking in which some are bonded labor,forced labor,child labor,sex trafficking.
3.In the year of 2008, the U.S. Department of State estimates that 2 million children are exploited by the global commercial sex trade. In the same year, a study classified 12.3 million individuals worldwide as “forced laborers, bonded laborers or sex-trafficking victims.” Approximately 1.39 million of these individuals worked as commercial sex slaves, with women and girls comprising 98%, or 1.36 million, of this population.
According to estimates from the international labor organisation (ILO), every year the human trafficking industry earn 32 billion USD, half of which (15.5 billion dollar) is made in industrialized countries, and a third of which (9.7 billion dollar) is made in Asia.
5.The United nation global initiative to fight human trafficking (UNGIFT) began to promote the global fight on human trafficking, on the basis of international agreements reached at the UN. UN.GIFT was started in March 2007 by UNODC with a grant made on behalf of the United Arab Emirates. It is managed in cooperation with the International Labor Organization (ILO); the International Organization for Migration (IOM); the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF); the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR); and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).
Solutions of human trafficking:human trafficking
can be ended by people awareness,society awareness and education. we must complaint against any type of human trafficking going nearby your location.help the backward areas peoples and provide them proper education and employment. we should make lots of local organisations which works to save the local human trafficking activities.