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Children are NOT for sale

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Joy Justice

on 20 May 2013

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Transcript of Children are NOT for sale

More than 12 million people worldwide currently work in conditions of slavery. Child traffickers make
10 billion dollars annually. The UN says: more than 250 million children had to work in very difficult conditions in 2011.....child labor is more popular in Asia-- more than 153 million children are exploited there illegally; in Africa 80 million, and 17 million in Latin America Over 120 types of goods are made by children. Why are children used as slaves? Slavery isn't just in third world countries. It's in MOST countries Poverty Kids are beaten... work in terrible conditions.. And DIE Child slavery and trafficking became the world's third most important problem. Bibliography http://english.pravda.ru/society/stories/10-12-2012/123109-child_slavery-0/
http://slaveryfootprint.org/ "Child Trafficking is the recruitment, smuggling, transporting, harboring, buying or selling of a child through force, threats, fraud, deception, or coercion for the purposes of exploitation, prostitution, pornography, migrant work, sweat shops, domestic servitude, forced labor, bondage, peonage or involuntary servitude."
-- sctnow.org The average age of victimized children when they entered the 'sex trade' is 12 years. Disgusting! Child pornography is the United States' fastest growing crime.
Human/Child Trafficking is the world's second fastest growing crime, behind drugs. How do we help fight child slavery and trafficking? Learn the red flags that could indicate slavery or trafficking. There are classes. Volunteer, Donate, or
Organize a Fundraiser Notify the police if you witness something you think could be illegal. Watch what you buy... check slaveryfootprint.com to see how many slaves are making what you own. Help End Child Slavery and Trafficking Today
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