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4.06 Foreign Policy
Transcript of 4.06 Foreign Policy
Human Trafficking in Thailand
Thailand is a source, transit, and destination country for human trafficking. It is a destination side hub of exploitation in the Greater Mekong Sub-region, for both sex and labor exploitation.
There are many causes of human trafficking in Thailand. It is an easy way for perverted men/woman to make money in a horrible way. They take advantage of the vulnerable girls. Girls are willing to sell themselves for the reason of them having no other way of support for themselves. It affects children mostly along with their families. They are very scared for life itself. Trafficking violates human rights. These women and children are not garbage.
The United States has not dealt with Thailand's
trafficking issues. The prime minister of Thailand decided to create an "anti-trafficking movement", now there is a National Policy Strategy. The prime minister also said, "that the government needed to take more action". This is a form of intervention so that the trafficking can come to a stop.
Thailand has tried many times to put suspected
traffickers into jail. This is a hard job though
to get all the traffickers into jail and stop
it all of a sudden. There needs to be more resources to find where each one of these horrible perverts are and to free these children.
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