Human trafficking

Ms. Thorpe

  • The victims, (often economically disadvantaged young girls and women) are lured with false promises of good-paying jobs, job training education and better lives in the civilized western countries as well as other developing nations.Victims are often subjected to physical and psychological torture. In addition, in many there is a threat of physical harm to their relatives in their country of origin. Effectively trapped, they are forced to work under brutal conditions.
  • The United States is home to half of the worlds Human trafficking. Since 2007 more than 10 million cases of Human trafficking has been reported. Most common found type of human trafficking is the pimp controlled prostitution field ( Where the male trafficker exploits and forces woman into prostitution)