The Truth Behind Human Trafficking

The Truth Behind Human Trafficking
by Chan

Created on: Apr-05-2010   Last updated: Apr-05-2010


11"x8.5" - Hardcover w/Glossy Laminate - Color - Photo Book
Theme: Biography    Privacy: Everyone
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Trafficking is the transportation of persons by others using some form of violence or dominant position for the purpose of exploiting them sexually or economically for the advantage of the traffickers. Trafficking in women is a growing industry of exploitation and humiliation of women and children around the world. Women and girls from poor countries, refugees, and women of low social standing are most vulnerable because usually they are willing to migrate to richer countries to escape from extreme poverty in order to support their families. Other women migrate looking to break out of a circle of domestic violence or an incident of rape, which in many traditional societies bring "dishonor" to the family.

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My name is Chanteva Gray and I am 15 years of age. I am in the 9th grade and I attend Booker T. Washington High School. What inspired me to write this book is the rising rate of Human Trafficking. Human Trafficking has become worse over the years. With a low money rate in most countries, parents are selling their children into sexual and economical trafficking. The problem with Human Trafficking is the owners do not treat most workers/slaves fairly. My book will open the eyes up of those who are selling and trafficking young women and men.