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Transcript of Human Trafficking
2.) Clear International Laws/Programs
3.) Several Organizations Inform Global Community 1.) Policing Organizations INTERPOL (International Criminal Police Organization)
ICC (International Criminal Court) 3.) Raising Awareness Polaris Project
Obama declared January to be human trafficking awareness month 2.) International Laws/Programs UNICEF (United Nations Children Emergency Fund)
UN Trafficking Protocol
NHTRC (National Human Trafficking Resource Center)
Human Smuggling and Trafficking Center Can Human Trafficking
be Stopped? History of Human Trafficking Start of European slave trade 1400's-
1600's 1910 Mann Act:
Made transporting an underage women across borders for "immoral" intent illegal. League of Nations 1864 United Nations gathers to discuss trafficking 1927 1995 “The rights of every man are diminished when the rights of one man are threatened.”
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