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Sex Trafficking

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Transcript of Sex Trafficking

Definition
Sex
Trafficking

What is sex trafficking?
Young children
Teenagers
Women
Men
Who are the victims?
Where is this happening?
"Anyone could become a victim"
Targets:
Runaway and homeless youth
Oppressed,
Impoverished groups and individuals
.

Why? Because they are
VULNERABLE
People assume that it's happening just internationally but in reality human trafficking happens in
cities
and
towns all over the world
, including in the
United States
.
Happening in our backyards!
Sex Trafficking in Chicago?- Big Time!
CBN News:
CHICAGO
-- Human trafficking has grown so much, the crime is challenging illegal drugs as the most profitable criminal enterprise in the country.
When an adult or child is coerced, forced or deceived into prostitution. Which involves recruiting, transporting, harboring, receiving, or obtaining the person for the purpose of sexual bondage.
A pimp can make $150,000-$200,000 per child each year and the average pimp has 4 to 6 girls.
The average victim may be forced to have sex up to 20-48 times a day.
1 in 3 teens on the street will be lured toward prostitution within 48 hours of leaving home.
An estimated minimum of 16,000 to 25,000 women and girls are victims of commercial sexual exploitation in Chicago every year
Out of 100 women in Chicago, 33% entered the sex trade between the ages of 12 and 15
The Fight Against Sex Trafficking
1807 in Britain:Transatlantic slave trade illegal. Soon after it was punishable by death

1904 international agreement was against "white slave trade" which made white slave trade illegal. This lead to national committees to work against human trafficking

White slavery turned into traffic of women and children

2000 united nations made a protocol against all forms of trafficking illegal including SEX TRAFFICKING!
Struggles/ Fears
How
YOU
can help!
Bible Verse
Resources
Emotional: Severe Stress and Depression, low self-esteem
Physical: Broken Bones, starvation, abuse, burns, drug abuse/alcohol
Cognitive: Concussions

Health Risks
Commercial Sex trade: sexual/reproductive health issues, STDs, birth control methods not encouraged/ not allowed to use condoms or have regular doctor visits

Prostitution: high abortion rates, unwanted pregnancies, miscarriages, sterilization, infertility

Fear of exposure to local authorities by the perpetrator/pimp for the recent acts the victim has been forced into, not be provided for, threatened to be harmed, denied basic needs
http://www1.umn.edu/humanrts/svaw/trafficking/explore/4effects.htm

http://stoppinghumantrafficking.weebly.com/index.html

Legal Issues for violating the law, if they are from another country they are deported
http://mojuproject.com/about/human-trafficking/

http://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publications/law-enforcement-bulletin/march_2011/human_sex_trafficking

http://www.myfoxchicago.com/story/22146769/fox-32-investigates-sex-trafficking-brothels-hidden-in-chicago-neighborhoods

Bar
52%
Strip Club
46%
Escort Agency
36%
Private Party
36%
Lap Dance Club
31%
Massage Parlor
27%
Brothel
21%
Drug House
11%
Sauna
10%

http://www.refugees.org/our-work/child-migrants/human-trafficking-victims-1.html
Learn the indicators of human trafficking
Distribute materials that promote the national
trafficking hotline
Meet with or write to your representatives to let
them know that the prevention of trafficking is an
important issue to you
Volunteer at a local anti-trafficking organization
Donate funds or needed items to an anti-trafficking organization
Write to the editor of your local paper (or school paper!) to raise awareness about sex trafficking
Start or sign a human trafficking petition
Join or start a campus club to combat trafficking

http://www.slaverymap.org

http://www.polarisproject.org/state-map
Psalm 8:23: Defend the cause of the weak and the fatherless; maintain the rights of the poor and oppressed
Psalm 9:9 "The Lord is a refuge for the oppressed, a stronghold in times of trouble" (NIV).

Indoor Locations in Chicago where 113 men bought sex
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