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Human trafficing

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Monica Ramos

on 14 February 2013

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Transcript of Human trafficing

04.06 foreign policy Human Trafficing Origin Evaluation–
Are the efforts and policies enacted by governments and international organizations successful? What would you recommend be done to better address the human rights issue? How did this human rights issue come about? The United States government has responded in a good manner. The United States prohibits all forms of trafficking.In 2000 the U.S. Congress passed landmark legislation entitled the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000 (TVPA), it provides the U.S. government the structure to respond to the plague of human trafficking in the United States. The U.S also provides basic services to those victims. The U.S. Department of State stated that freeing victims, preventing trafficking, and bringing traffickers to justice is their ultimate goal of the Trafficking in Persons Report and for the U.S Government's anti-human trafficking policy. How is the United States government responding to the issue? Governments both inside and outside the are responding to the problem in a way to help stop this unrightful thing. In 2000 the United Nations General Assembly adopted The United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime. States who sign it are commiting themselves to taking measures against international organized crime, which includes the creation of laws within their countries to stop human trafficking. How are other governments both inside and outside the situation responding to the problem? The countries that signed The United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime responded in a diplomacy way and are working to help thailand they have reached out a helping hand to thailand and those who choose not sign it isolated themselves from the issue which means that they turned their backs on thailand and basicly said they wont reach out and help. How do these responses relate to the foreign policy spectrum of approaches you studied in the lesson (isolationism, diplomacy, interventionism, imperialism)? I think they are some what successful because they are still in the process of stoping this crime completley. they have already started doing something fir the victims of human trafficing such as giving them basic life services. thay have also made laws(acts) in favor of stopping human trafficing. I would recommend that the governments who are actually interested in the stop of this crime get to gether and come up wit a solution to this problem and actually get to work on it. By :Monica Ramos Human trafficing has been an issue for quit some time now it came about when people found out that they could use others to sell them illegaly in other states/countries Who does it affect and how? How does it affect human rights ? It affects human rights due to the fact that theese people are getting their freedom taken away and turned into slaves and sold or inported illegely.they are foeced to do things against thier will and they are mistreated and they get their dignity taken from them. Human trafficing in this case affects people in thialand because they are illegaly brought into the U.S to be sold as sex slaves or used for hard labor with low pay oreven no pay at all
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