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04.06 Foreign Policy; Assessment Human Trafficking in Thaila

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Jesseca Summerall

on 1 August 2014

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Transcript of 04.06 Foreign Policy; Assessment Human Trafficking in Thaila

04.06 Foreign Policy; Assessment Human Trafficking in Thailand Case Study
How did the human rights issue come about? Who does it affect and how? How does it affect human rights?
It affects their human rights because they do nit have freedom of speech, They are being forced into the slavery of the modern world. It doesn't have any control over so many people are being affect by what the slavery. They aren't being treated with respect at all. Men are used for labored work, women also for sex, and young children are selling items for just living to go by to survive their years of living. This is affecting their rights to express themselves.

How is the United States government responding to the issue? How are other governments both inside and outside the situation responding to the problem?
Featured in the article that i have read, human combat has been on the issue. The UN General Assembly also took the situation in their own way and begin to take over. Most states has agreed to sign it and to prevent crimes internationally. Thailand has also agreed to sign it. The US government, publishes Trafficking in an report in order to have leadership. The US Department believes that preventing trafficking, Etc. will make an anti-human trafficking . Many nations are working together to prevent trafficking and to make sure it is taken cared in an proper and safe way.
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?
The organizations are not all that successful but the rate of human trafficking has gown down greatly. But not all of the human trafficking are founded out about and may increase in due time. I would greatly like to recommend an Human Trafficking assemble almost every other week of the months that go by. And have the issue reported on the news to catch more national audiences instead of local towns people where I live.
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