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Human Trafficking in India

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Emma Frye

on 19 November 2014

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Transcript of Human Trafficking in India

India's Silent Shame
Not Today
Sex Trafficking
Child Labor
sexually transmitted disease
substance abuse
lack of self-esteem, emotional disturbance, and depression
Child labor is any work that is harmful to a child's physical and mental health.
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
What do they do?
Take care of children or the elderly.
Domestic Servitude
Forced Labor
1.6 million people are suffering from forced labor.

Forced to do jobs such as:
sexual exploitation
Human Trafficking in India
They can work in multiple households
Agents look for people that are the most vulnerable, extremely poor, or displaced
6,000 illegal operations and only 116 are registered
Up to 6,000 are believed to be recruited by arms groups in Central Africa.
More than 80 million children are subject to child labor and trafficking every year.
Forced to work in Factories and Fields
They often are forced to work 15-18 hours a day with no breaks.
These children are subject to harsh factory chemicals and sun causes them to develop severe illnesses.
Persistent poverty of India
Promised employment
Gender imbalance from sex-selective abortion
Effects of Sex Trafficking
The recruitment, harboring, transportation, provision, or obtaining of a person for the purpose of a commercial sex act by a form of coercion.
A young victim of forced labor tells her story..
Domestic servitude overtakes the life of a young teen.
A sex trafficking victim releases her story.
poverty- the parents do not have the money to support them
greed- the "agents" want children to work as "cheap labor"
Works Cited
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