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4.06 Foreign Policy

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ana rodriguez

on 25 April 2013

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Transcript of 4.06 Foreign Policy

Human Trafficking in Thailand Origin There are many causes for human trafficking in Thailand. One of the causes is because is an easy way for people to get money. Some people cite that this happens because of poverty, lack of education and also the most important one is employment. It affects humans rights because humans don't deserve to be treated like toys that need to be sold. Responses The United States hasn't done much about this issue. In the year of 2010, the prime minister of Thailand conducted a meeting to coordinate anti-trafficking efforts. This led to National Policy Strategy. The prime minister also said that the government needed to take more action against the issue. This response deals with intervention because Thailand is trying to stop the issue. Evaluation The efforts and policies enacted by governments and international organizations are successful since the prime minister of Thailand is trying to stop the trafficking from getting worse. What i would suggest is for the government to try to catch the people that are making this whole thing happen; they should should try to do no matter what to catch these people. By: Ana Rodriguez
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