Human Trafficking. Class Session One. Sharing. Find a partner that you do not know… or know very well. Find the following information out: -Make sure you know their name -Where they are from -The last fun activity they did -The last thing that made them sad or made
Class Session One
or know very well.
-Make sure you know their name
-Where they are from
-The last fun activity they did
-The last thing that made them sad or made
-What made them want to take this course?
-Full Name and Name you prefer to be called
-Phone Number where you can be reached
-Working Information- Are you working? Where? Hours? Etc.
-What are some of your occupational goals?
-What do you expect to learn from this class?
-One fun fact about yourself that hardly anyone knows
Extra Credit-Trip to the Freedom Center, Cincinnati, OH
A. When I signed up for the class, that’s the first time I have heard about it.
B. Vaguely familiar
C. I know what human trafficking is but have no idea about all the details
D. Very familiar
(a) sex trafficking in which a commercial sex act is induced by force, fraud, or coercion, or in which the person induced to perform such an act has not attained 18 years of age; or
(b) the recruitment, harboring, transportation, provision, or obtaining of a person for labor or services, through the use of force, fraud, or coercion for the purposes of subjection to involuntary servitude, peonage, debt bondage, or slavery.1
1 These definitions are from the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) of 2000
After drug dealing, human trafficking is tied with the illegal arms trade as the second largest criminal industry in the world, and it is the fastest growing.
Voluntary ; an individual typically contracts to be taken across a border
Ends after the border crossing
Fees are usually paid in advance or upon arrival
Is always international in nature
Is a crime against the nation’s sovereignty
primarily due to their subordinate social and economic status, [and they] are hired as cheap, compliant labor that can be hired and fired more easily.”
victims. They are exploited in fields and brothels, in homes and conflicts, and in factories and fisheries. More women are being pushed out of developing countries due to economic, familial, and societal pressures – becoming ever more vulnerable to modern slavery.
victimizes them when they should instead be provided with services and benefit from a well-trained police force implementing proven and compassionate victim identification measures.
stewardesses, airline workers, etc.play
important role identifying and
helping trafficking victims
social problem, many victims are
in plain sight if you know what to
look for .
from outside has opportunity to interact