Wednesday, 23 March 2011

A.A.A Anti Human Trafficking Awareness

Human trafficking is a global problem, which means that no country, developed or undeveloped, is immune to it. Human trafficking is the form of modern day slavery. Each year millions of women and children, even a small percentile of men, are abducted or recruited from 127 countries, transported through transit regions and end up in one of 137 countries. Today over 27 million people are enslaved through ought the world. The cost of a human has decreased since 1850 when an African slave used to be worth 40,000 dollars. An Indian child today can be bought for 35 dollars, Eastern European woman can be bought for 500 dollars and a Brazilian agricultural laborer for 100 dollars.

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