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There is no single profile for victims of human trafficking. Most are women, though it is not uncommon for males to be trafficked as well.

Victims are captured then exploited all around the world, representing a diverse range of ages and backgrounds, including ethnic and socioeconomic.

However, there is a set group of traits associated with a higher risk of becoming trafficked for sexual exploitation.

Persons at risk include homeless and runaway youth, foreign nationals especially those of lower socioeconomic status , and those who have experienced physical, emotional, or sexual abuse, violent trauma, neglect, poor academic success, and inadequate social skills.

In the United States, research has illustrated how these qualities hold true for victims, even though none can be labeled as a direct cause.

In a study of trafficked youth in Arizona, 20 to 40 percent of female victims identified with experiencing abuse of some form sexual or physical at home before entering into the industry as a sex slave.

The main motive of a woman in some cases, an underage girl to accept an offer from a trafficker is better financial opportunities for herself or her family.

A study on the origin countries of trafficking confirms that most trafficking victims are not the poorest in their countries of origin, and sex trafficking victims are likely to be women from countries with some freedom to travel alone and some economic freedom.

There are numerous fake businesses that sound realistic that convince people to apply for the job. Some places have a reputation for holding an illegal business in order to attract their victims.

In the US, children do not need to be forced into sexual exploitation according to the Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of to be considered victims of sex trafficking.

Under this act, a child is defined as anyone under the age of 18, however the exploitation of children under the age of 14 carries a harsher punishment, though this is rarely enforced.

The Bureau of Justice Statistics states that there are , child victims of sex trafficking, but only child trafficking cases were brought to court in Of these, only 81 convictions made.

Sex trafficked people face similar health consequences to women exploited for labor purposes, people who have experienced domestic violence, and migrant women.

Potterat et al. Sex trafficking of women and children is the second most common type of trafficking for export in Africa. The syndicates recruit women from South Africa and send them to Europe and Asia, where they are forced into prostitution, drug smuggling, or domestic violence.

Law enforcement reported that sex traffickers force drug use to persuade these unwilling women. The key hubs for both source transportation and destination of the sub-region of Asia include India, Japan, South Korea and Thailand.

In Thailand, , children under the age of 16 were involved in prostitution in Pakistan, Thailand, China, India, and Bangladesh are in the top 10 for countries with the largest number of trafficking victims around the world.

India is at the top of the list with 14 million victims, China comes in second with 3. In general, countries who are members of the European Union are destinations for individuals to be sex trafficked whereas the Balkans and Eastern Europe are source and transit countries.

This is because the locations the traffickers pick usually have a weak border control, the distance from the destination countries, corrupt official, or the organized crime groups are in on the sex trafficking.

On average, they have sex with 12 to 15 men per day. When the women from Moldova are being trafficked for sex, they are most likely to be sent to countries such as Russia, Cyprus, Turkey, and other Middle Western and Eastern European countries.

More than 60 percent of the victims had a secondary school education or better, and their average age was Iran is a source, transit, and destination country for men, women, and children subjected to sex trafficking and forced labor.

Iranian girls between the ages of 13 and 17 are targeted by traffickers for sale abroad; younger girls may be forced into domestic service until their traffickers consider them old enough to be subjected to child sex trafficking.

An increase in the transport of girls from and through Iran en route to other Gulf States for sexual exploitation has been reported from —; during the reporting period, Iranian trafficking networks subjected Iranian girls to sex trafficking in brothels in the Iraqi Kurdistan Region.

Organized criminal groups kidnap or purchase and force Iranian and immigrant children to work as beggars and street vendors in cities, including Tehran.

Runaway girls in Iran are sought out for by the traffickers because it is incredibly easy to put them in the sex trafficking market since they have no home.

Most of them are on the streets, while others are in the brothels. The trafficking of women into prostitution in Israel increased in the early s.

The traffickers used physical violence and threats to dissuade the women from leaving, they also confined women behind locked doors and barred windows.

Throughout the s the Israeli authorities failed to view sex trafficking as a problem, they simply viewed it as prostitution.

They failed to interfere with brothel operations. If a case was filed the trafficker would have had a plea bargain with light punishment.

The women who were being trafficked on the other hand were classified as illegal alien or criminals since they entered Israel illegally, so authorities concentrated on catching the women rather than the traffickers.

Usually the victims of trafficking are vulnerable because they live in poverty, or they are not educated. Trafficking affects the mental health of the victim as well as physical health.

Israel has become a country of destination for women who had been trafficked from surrounding countries. In , the Knesset amended the Penal Law to prohibit sex trafficking.

In , an Anti-Trafficking Law was enacted. In , Israel was placed in U. Between Israel was placed in Tier 2. Since through the recent report Israel has been ranked Tier 1 full compliance with the TVPA's minimum standards.

There are many public health initiatives that are being implemented to identify victims of sex trafficking. There are few professionals that are likely to encounter victims of sex trafficking, but healthcare providers are a unique group because they are more likely to come into contact with individuals that are still in captivity.

They provide general guidelines to indicate human trafficking i. The goal of the protocol is to provide those interacting with the patient step-by-step instructions on how to proceed once a potential trafficking victim has been identified.

The toolkit combines known policies and procedures with tenets of trauma informed care. The toolkit is intended for the use of different healthcare providers such as community health workers, social workers, mental health counselors, nurses, and many others.

A second initiative was taken on by the Centers for Disease Control. They have started to implement new fields of data collection through International Classification of Diseases ICD in order to better identify and categorize cases of sex trafficking.

These are further categorized into T codes and Z codes. The T codes are further subcategorized into specific diagnoses that are used to indicate suspected and confirmed cases of trafficking.

In addition, Z codes are also further categorized, but will be used for examination or observation of trafficking victims for other reasons.

Approximately The training aids to help others recognize key indicators and characteristics of human trafficking as well as aid in key communication techniques that are effective for everyone involved.

Response tactics can be key to identifying victims without causing harm and putting them in increased danger.

The trainings also provide key communities with the support and resources they may need to bring attention to a crime which may be heavily impacting that area.

The training can either be taken online or in person and can be personalized based the role of the professional. SOAR is available to anyone who may be interested in learning how to identify victims or situations of human trafficking in a healthcare setting.

Trainings are available for social workers, medical and public health professionals, and even educators. Physicians against the trafficking of humans PATH [] is a program of the American Medical Women's Association AMWA that was started in with efforts to encourage medical professionals including physicians, residents, and medical students to become more aware of human trafficking.

She identified human sex trafficking as a key issue to be addressed. This discussion then progressed into forming a Human Trafficking Committee to handle the issue.

PATH has since been creating content for hospitals and other medical facilities to use in order to educate professionals and students on the identification and advocacy for human trafficking.

There are three main tactics social workers use to aid in the recovery of sex trafficking survivors: ecological, strengths-based, and victim-centered.

By examining how justice systems, legal, and medical services impact their client, they can help them look into areas of future employment, gaining legal status, and reuniting with family.

The strengths-based approach aims to create a bond of trust between the social worker and their client to build confidence as well as autonomy and leadership skills.

Lastly, when using the victim-centered approach, social workers develop services and plans for the future specifically catered to their client's individual needs.

These services are developed through a survivor's lens, which allows social workers to easily meet the needs of their clients.

All three methods have proven to be effective in the recovery of sex trafficking survivors. There are many control tactics used by sex traffickers in order to control their victims, such as threats, physical and sexual assault, confiscating legitimate travel and immigration documents, and threats against the victim's family.

The wheel was developed to be used in counseling and education groups for victims of sex trafficking. It breaks down the tactics used against victims so the cycle of violence may become visible and stopped.

The BITE Model describes four categories of coercion used on sex trafficking victims: behavior control, information control, thought control, and emotional control.

International pressure to address trafficking in women and children became a growing part of the social Reform movement in the United States and Europe during the late nineteenth century.

International legislation against the trafficking of women and children began with the conclusion of an international convention in , and the International Agreement for the suppression of the White Slave Traffic in The latter was revised in The first formal international research into the issue was funded by American philanthropist John D.

Rockefeller , through the American Bureau of Social Hygiene. The League of Nations , formed in , took over as the international coordinator of legislation intended to end the trafficking of women and children.

An international Conference on White Slave Traffic was held in , attended by the 34 countries that ratified the and conventions.

Compliance with this requirement was not complete, although it gradually improved: in , approximately 34 percent of the member countries submitted reports as required: this rose to 46 percent in , 52 percent in , and 61 percent in In , a committee from the bureau was tasked with investigating trafficking in 28 countries, interviewing approximately 5, informants and analyzing information over two years before issuing its final report.

This was the first formal report on trafficking in women and children to be issued by an official body. Efforts to combat sex trafficking are often linked to efforts against prostitution; however, this is often problematic in regards to legal recourse of sex trafficking victims.

While prostitutes are nominally working by choice, sex trafficking victims do so under duress. Recognizing this, many states have passed legislation that allows sex trafficking victims amnesty under prostitution laws, however many fail to do so due to legal illiteracy and institutional prejudices.

Jane Addams was one of the most notable reformers during the Progressive Era, and refined the still early concepts of white slavery and sex work in her book A New Conscience and an Ancient Evil.

She, among others, fought to classify all people coerced into prostitution as victims of sexual slavery, and believed that all sex work was sexual exploitation of women by more powerful men.

Addams also believed that abolishing white slavery would bring more women into the suffrage movement. Alex Smolak, a physician, has studied many of the health risks faced by women in white slavery during the Progressive era.

Throughout the next 45 years the International Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Women and Children was adopted by the League of Nations and the term white slavery was replaced by trafficking, the word used commonly today.

The first formal international research into the scope of the problem was funded by American philanthropist John D.

The first international protocol dealing with sex slavery was the UN Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and Exploitation of Prostitution of Others.

Serving as a model for future legislation, the UN Convention was not ratified by every country, but came into force in These early efforts led to the Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, mentioned above.

These instruments contain the elements of the current international law on trafficking in humans. In , the United Nations reported that girl victims made up two-thirds of all trafficked children.

Girls constituted 15 to 20 percent of the total number of all detected victims, whereas boys comprised about 10 percent.

The UN report was based on official data supplied by countries. Current international treaties include the Convention on Consent to Marriage, Minimum Age for Marriage, and Registration of Marriages , entered into force in In , the U.

Congress passed the White Slave Traffic Act of better known as the Mann Act , which made it a felony to transport women across state borders for the purpose of "prostitution or debauchery, or for any other immoral purpose".

Its primary stated intent was to address prostitution, immorality, and human trafficking particularly where it was trafficking for the purposes of prostitution, but the ambiguity of "immorality" effectively criminalized interracial marriage and banned single women from crossing state borders for morally wrong acts.

In , of the women arrested for crossing state borders under this act, 70 percent were charged with voluntary prostitution. Once the idea of a sex slave shifted from a white woman to an enslaved woman from countries in poverty, the US began passing immigration acts to curtail aliens from entering the country in order to address this issue.

The government had other unrelated motives for the new immigration policies. Following the increased restrictions of the s which were significantly relaxed by the Immigration and Nationality Act of and Immigration and Nationality Act of , human trafficking was not considered a major issue until the s.

The Commercial Sex Act [] makes it illegal to recruit, entice, obtain, provide, move or harbor a person or to benefit from such activities knowing that the person will be caused to engage in commercial sex acts where the person is under 18 or where force, fraud or coercion exists.

Bush Administration, fighting sex trafficking within the scope of TVPA became a priority, framing human trafficking and sex trafficking as modern-day slavery.

Internationally, the TVPA set standards for other countries to follow in order to receive aid from the U. First, a trafficked victim must prove to being trafficked and second must submit to prosecution of his or her trafficker.

While providing incentives for survivors of trafficking to assist in the prosecution process, [33] some scholars see these incentives as invalidating as they force the burden of proof to fall on the victim.

These laws provide immunity to the survivors and shifts the burden of proof away from the individual.

The Act has also undergone multiple revisions and authorizations. In February , the Department of Justice established a Trafficking in Persons and Worker Exploitation Task Force hotline that increased the number of trafficking cases that were opened and investigated.

On the state level, sex trafficking legislation varies in terms of definitions and approaches. There are also arguments that the hotel industry needs to be offered incentives to report sex trafficking since they benefit financially from having guests in their hotels.

In July , the Federal Bureau of Investigation FBI conducted a month-long operation to detect and detain sex traffickers and recover child victims.

Besides, a total of 67 suspected traffickers were arrested. The Convention entered into force on 1 July Actions taken to combat human trafficking vary from government to government.

Raising awareness can take three forms. First, governments can raise awareness among potential victims, particularly in countries where human traffickers are active.

Second, they can raise awareness amongst the police, social welfare workers and immigration officers to equip them to deal appropriately with the problem.

And finally, in countries where prostitution is legal or semi-legal, they can raise awareness amongst the clients of prostitution so that they can watch for signs of human trafficking victims.

Methods to raise general awareness often include television programs, documentary films, internet communications, and posters.

Many countries have come under criticism for inaction, or ineffective action. Criticisms include the failure of governments to properly identify and protect trafficking victims, enactment of immigration policies which potentially re-victimize trafficking victims, including by deporting them, and insufficient action in helping prevent vulnerable populations from becoming trafficking victims.

Studies of sex work and anti-sex trafficking efforts, intended to combat sex trafficking or provide support to victims, have raised concerns over the unintended effects of certain national and international policies, law enforcement strategies, and activist efforts on both sex-trafficked individuals and non-trafficked sex workers.

For example, The United States' Tier 2 assessment of Japan on its TIP Report [] encouraged the Japanese government to add additional constraints to its procedures and policies for obtaining an entertainer visa, sometimes used by migrant workers seeking employment at businesses within the sex industry.

Many NGOs work on the issue of sex trafficking. IJM is a U. IJM states that it is a "human rights agency that brings rescue to victims of slavery, sexual exploitation, and other forms of violent oppression.

After the raid and rescue, the women are sent to rehabilitation programs run by NGOs such as churches or the government.

There are also survivor-led organizations that provide services to victims of exploitation and trafficking including Treasures , founded by Harmony Dust Grillo in and GEMS founded by Rachel Lloyd in There are also national non-governmental organizations working on the issue of human trafficking, including sex trafficking.

In India, J. Walter Thompson Amsterdam has opened a school called School for Justice. Here, survivors of sex trafficking are educated to become lawyers.

The entire program is expected to take five to six years for each girl to complete. The women will graduate with law degrees, with a special focus on commercial sexual exploitation cases.

JWT hopes that one day they may become prosecutors, or even judges, empowered to combat the criminals who once exploited and abused them.

NGOs often have the best of intentions when combating sex-trafficking. NGOs are often funded by the West and are implemented in countries that have a very different culture.

Research shows that employees of the Western NGOs are slow to adapt to the culture of the community they are providing services to. This often leads to a disconnect between the NGO and the community.

Employees of NGOs hold the responsibility of relaying the narrative of sex-trafficked people. This can create a hierarchical structure that makes the voice of Western NGOs as more legitimate than the voice of the people they are serving.

Thus, reinforcing the essentialized notion of third-world women as backwards and other. Japan is a popular place for sex-trafficking.

Japan has a long history with the trade of women for sex. For a good part of the countries history, sex work was legal in Japan.

This makes it difficult for the government to decipher between legal sex work and illegal prostitution. This is where NGOs step in to assist the government.

NGOs provide services in countries where the government policies are failing to combat a specific issue. However, in Japan it is difficult for NGOs focused on issues with women to receive local funding.

This weak political support makes the work for NGOs in Japan much more difficult. Japan's lack of support for women's rights shows why the role of NGOs is so important in that country.

In the past ten years, Spain has seen a surge of sex trafficking. In light of this crisis, social movements, organizations and government institutions have enacted policies like the Second National Plan against Sex Trafficking and Anti-Trafficking laws.

Campaigns to fight against sex trafficking in Spain between have been examined by researchers. Their research showed that many campaigns focus on the narrative of the victim as vulnerable and weak, rather than focusing on the actual crime of sex trafficking and the economic system that allows it to flourish.

According to the research these narratives disempower sex trafficked people through repeated language of vulnerability and innocence.

The researchers explain that the lack of information provided in these campaigns hinders their success. Campaigns will throw out huge numbers of women exploited into sex work but gives no context to the system that allows sex trafficking to flourish.

In , Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women was established to combat trafficking in women on any grounds.

In September , the pair announced the launch of their "Real Men Don't Buy Girls" campaign to combat child sex trafficking alongside other Hollywood stars and technology companies such as Microsoft , Twitter , and Facebook.

Another campaign is the A21 Campaign , Abolishing Injustice in the 21st Century, which focuses on addressing human trafficking through a holistic approach.

The organization also provides safe environments for victims and runs restoration programs in their aftercare facilities.

Another key component of the campaign is to help influence legislation in order to enact more comprehensive laws that place more traffickers in prison.

In alone, they provided 4, services to 2, individuals. The campaign allocates the majority of their funds to providing victims health and nutritional care and education.

Not for Sale provides a safe shelter for victims and empowers them with life skills and job training. In the organization's Annual Impact Report, it was determined that 75 percent of the victims had been sexually exploited.

While globalization fostered new technologies that may exacerbate sex trafficking, technology can also be used to assist law enforcement and anti-trafficking efforts.

A study was done on online classified ads surrounding the Super Bowl. A number of reports have noticed increase in sex trafficking during previous years of the Super Bowl.

Typically, Sundays were known to be the day of the week with the lowest number of posts in the Adult section. Researchers analyzed the most salient terms in these online ads and found that most commonly used words suggested that many escorts were traveling across state lines to Dallas specifically for the Super Bowl.

Also, the self-reported ages were higher than usual which conveys that an older population of sex workers were drawn to the event, but since these are self-reported the data is not reliable.

Despite a lot of media hype about a supposed spike in sex trafficking surrounding the Super Bowl, academics and anti-trafficking campaigners have said this is largely a myth.

They say that while the commercial sex market does grow modestly during large events, sex trafficking is a year-round problem. Digital tools can be used to narrow the pool of sex trafficking cases, albeit imperfectly and with uncertainty.

The term "End Demand" refers to anti-sex trafficking strategies that focus on the "Johns", the sex buyers. A common strategy is to make it a crime to buy sex, whether consensual or not.

End Demand is very popular in some countries, including the United States and Canada. The feminist reaction to this at the time was to not just call for social services for trafficked people but also for harsher punishments for Johns.

Proponents of the End Demand strategy support initiatives such as " John's schools " to "rehabilitate" the Johns, increased arrests of johns, and public shaming e.

Some compare John's Schools programs to driver's safety courses, because first offenders can pay a fee to attend class es on the harms of prostitution, and upon completion, the charges against the john will be dropped.

Teng's initiative circulates a petition to end the demand for commercial sex that drives prostitution and sex trafficking. End Demand efforts also include large-scale public awareness campaigns.

Massachusetts and Rhode Island also had legislative efforts that criminalized prostitution and increased end demand efforts by targeting Johns. The Atlanta campaign ran from to and was titled "Dear John".

It ran ads in local media reaching out to potential Johns to discourage them from buying sex. The ads mimicked a break-up letter to John. The historical discourse in the U.

An example of this racialized nature is associated with the temptations of Thai massage parlors. Despite these objections, lawmakers have found this messaging morally compelling.

The campaign was run by locals of Atlanta. Advocates for the campaign informed citizens through media that young women were the ones being arrested while the Johns were not.

The Dear John campaign posters define women in terms of their relationship to sex. They also only depict white girls in the images inferring that the only victims worth caring about are young white and innocent.

It is interesting to note that there are no images of Johns in the campaign posters. A plausible explanation for this would be an effort by the campaign to widen the scope of the messaging and to avoid racial stereotypes.

Conversely, the racial stereotypes of trafficked girls is made clear. This excludes a majority of victims who do not identify with the image that the poster conveys.

Lawmakers in Atlanta were fully behind the campaign as a statement to the public that they will not tolerate the purchasing of sex.

These public statements are in stark contrast to the actual amount of funding that the city gave to organizations who provide housing and services for victims.

The city did no research into the effectiveness of the campaign and therefore there is no data on its actual impact on the city. It is also important to note that the campaign ads were only in English and many people are not familiar with the Dear John reference.

Lawmakers believe that the campaign was effective in bringing awareness to the issue and therefore shaped public opinion and policy.

Media representations of masculinity and sexual dominance contribute to the idea that men cannot be victims, especially in regards to sex-related crimes.

The lack of public knowledge and attention to male victimhood and vulnerability is strongly reflected in the quality of services and strength of legal frameworks available to male victims of sex trafficking.

The double stigma that surrounds male victims of sex trafficking, involving homosexuality and sex work more broadly—makes it incredibly difficult for male victims to come forward and seek help, or even to self-organize.

Some scholars report that male victims have also faced higher rates of police violence and brutality than female victims in regards to contact with law enforcement.

Laws regarding the purchase and sale of voluntary and involuntary sex vary greatly across the developed world. Their effects on sex trafficking are difficult to discern.

Proponents of various forms of criminalization, legalization, or regulation of prostitution, may all argue their model decreases sex trafficking.

The Dutch model of legalization and regulation and the Swedish model of criminalizing purchasers and pimps but not prostitutes are often discussed.

The difference of these models casts the prevention of trafficking against the rights of voluntary sex workers and purchasers. It is argued that a hybrid model of licensing sex workers and criminalizing the purchase of unlicensed sex would reduce trafficking without crushing civil rights.

Numerous international organizations have partnered to create an anti-human trafficking Giving Day to raise awareness and funds on July, 30th The Giving Day is being hosted by Charidy.

The General Assembly in , adopted the Global Plan of Action to Combat Trafficking in Persons, encouraging Governments around the world to undergo drastic measures in order defeat human trafficking.

The goal was to put the fight against human trafficking into the United Nation's programmes to strengthen positive development and security around the world.

A main section of the plan is to place a United Nations Trust Fund for the women and children who fell victim of trafficking.

The Trust Fund in the plan ensures to assist and protect the victims of trafficking through grants to certified NGOs. In the future, the goal is to make the victims a priority who are come were victims and had issues with migration.

It also places a focus on the aid to victims who were trafficked by their perpetrator for the goal of sexual relations, organ removal, forced begging, forced criminality, and emerging exploitative reasons.

The General Assembly in the year , gathered a meeting to go over the world's plan of action. They came to the conclusion that day of remembrance and awareness was crucial to remember the victims, the right's they possess and their protection.

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