4 edition of International trafficking in women to the United States found in the catalog.
International trafficking in women to the United States
Amy O"Neill Richard
by Center for the Study of Intelligence, DCI Exceptional Intelligence Analyst Program in [Washington, D.C.]
Written in English
|Statement||by Amy O"Neill Richard|
|Series||An intelligence monograph, Intelligence monograph (Center for the Study of Intelligence (U.S.))|
|Contributions||DCI Exceptional Intelligence Analyst Program|
|The Physical Object|
• 71% of trafficking victims around the world are women and girls and 29% are men and boys. • million victims (75%) are aged 18 or older, with the number of children under the age of 18 estimated at million (25%). • The Asia-pacific region accounts for the largest number of forced laborers— million (62% of the global total File Size: KB. Hodge () provides a succinct overview of transnational sexual trafficking into the United States, including a discussion of the recruitment, transport, and harboring of victims, as well as the role of organized crime). Women and girls are thought to represent the vast majority.
United States, which is chiefly a destination country, there is a demand for sex, a demand for agricultural labor, a demand for domestic servants, and a demand for construction. Because of the very high standard of living in the United States, human trafficking is prevalent, and the desire toFile Size: 1MB. Sex trafficking in the United States is a form of human trafficking which involves reproductive slavery or commercial sexual exploitation as it occurs in the United States. Sex trafficking includes the transportation of persons by means of coercion, deception and/or force into exploitative and slavery-like conditions, and is commonly associated with organized crime.
This study examined international and domestic trafficking of women for sexual exploitation in the United States and used interviews with trafficked and prostituted women to follow their paths from the time before they were recruited or trafficked and to determine the consequences in terms of violence, crime, health, and other human costs. United Nations Member States in the effective implementation of the United Nations Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children (United Nations Trafficking Protocol). The Framework for Action consists of a narrative part and a set of tables. The narrative describes key challengesFile Size: KB.
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Trafficking of women and children for the sex industry and for labor is prevalent in all regions of the United States. An estima to 50, women and children1 are trafficked annually to the United States, 2 primarily by small crime rings and loosely connected criminal networks.
The trafficked victims have traditionally. Trafficking of women and children for the sex industry and for labor is prevalent in all regions of the United States. An estima to 50, women and children are trafficked annually to the United States,2 primarily by small crime rings and loosely connected criminal : $ International trafficking in women to the United States by Amy O'Neill Richard,Center for the Study of Intelligence, DCI Exceptional Intelligence Analyst Program edition, Electronic resource in EnglishCited by: research both international and domestic trafficking of women for sexual exploitation in the United States and to include primary research information from interviews with trafficked and prostituted women in the sex industry.
- Research Aims and Methods The aim of this research was to broadly investigate the international and domestic. Get this from a library. Sex trafficking of women in the United States: international and domestic trends.
[Janice G Raymond; Donna M Hughes; Carol J Gomez; Coalition Against Trafficking in Women.]. that the trafficking of women and children for sexual exploitation, with its concomitant human rights abuses and health consequences, is a significant problem in the Americas—one that promises to worsen unless collective action is taken.
This paper is an introduction to trafficking in the Americas4, offering a brief discussion of relevant issues. Human trafficking is now a multi-billion-dollar industry : Jaclyn Gallucci. From toHuman Rights Watch carried out an extensive investigation of the trafficking of women from Thailand into Japan's sex industry.
We will be publishing a report on trafficking into. In the United States, victims of trafficking are almost exclusively immigrants, and mostly immigrant women.
11 The average age of trafficking victims in the U.S. is 12 In the U.S., immigrant women and children are particularly vulnerable to the deceptive and coercive tactics of traffickers because of their lower levels of education.
Let’s end human trafficking and sexual exploitation around the world — together. Everyone has the right to live a life free from violence and discrimination.
Sincewe’ve been working to end the trafficking and sexual exploitation of women and girls by advocating for strong laws and policies, raising public awareness and supporting.
Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children, and the United Nations Protocol against the Smuggling of Migrants by Land, Sea, and Air, which entered into force in The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) created these conventions, which have supported international law’s ability to combat human trafficking.
The United States is again ranked as one of the worst countries in the world for human trafficking. According to a recently released report by the State Department, the top three nations of origin Author: Andrew Keiper. “Human trafficking,” “trafficking in persons,” and “modern slavery” are umbrella terms used to refer to both sex trafficking and compelled labor.
Relevant U.S. and international law describe this compelled service using a number of different terms, including involuntary servitude, slavery or practices similar to slavery, debt bondage, or forced labor.
The organization has been instrumental in advocacy and training throughout the United States. Rebecca Bender – Human trafficking survivor, Rebecca Bender, is the author of the book.
According to a new report from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (), the vast majority of all human trafficking victims – some 71 per cent – are women and girls and one third are.
This comprehensive review of current literature on human trafficking into and within the United States focuses on surveying what the social science or other literature has found about the issues of identifying and effectively serving trafficking victims.
A more specific focus concerns the phenomenon of domestic trafficking (trafficking involving U.S. citizens or lawful. The United States Advisory Council on Human Trafficking—comprising survivor leaders presidentially appointed to advise the Executive Branch on anti-trafficking policies—defined “survivor-informed” in its annual report as the incorporation of survivor expertise from inception through development and completion of efforts relating to.
Get this from a library. International trafficking in women to the United States: a contemporary manifestation of slavery and organized crime. [Amy O'Neill Richard; Center for the Study of Intelligence (U.S.); Defence for Children International. Exceptional Intelligence Analyst Program.].
HUMAN TRAFFICKING INTO AND WITHIN THE UNITED STATES: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE. INTRODUCTION. This paper presents a comprehensive review of current literature on human trafficking into and within the United States.
This review of the literature is part of a larger study funded by the U.S. Department of. ‘In The International Law of Human Trafficking, Dr Anne Gallagher uses her unique position as a scholar and practitioner to chart the extraordinary developments of the past decade.
This carefully researched and well-written book provides a comprehensive and accessible insight into a new, complex but vital area of international by:. Human trafficking can fuel conflict, drive displacement, and undercut the ability of international institutions to promote stability. The United States should reduce human trafficking in conflict.Sincethere have been o sex-trafficking cases reported in the United States.
Approximately of the cases annually involved foreign nationals smuggling men, women, and children. Human trafficking is currently the-second largest illegal market, already surpassing the weapons trade and soon to surpass drugs. The $32 billion industry is growing, and because it has become harder to kidnap women from other countries, traffickers turned to the young women of the United States to feed the ever-expanding market.