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Trafficking in person

Posted in Public by jimmy on June 16, 2007

Child and woman trafficking is an ongoing crime in Indonesia, and many other countries in the world.

The word “trafficking in person” defined as an operation of recruitting, transportting, hidding or kidnapping someone with thread or abuse and other form of pressure to take advantage of other people by many form of exploitation.

Sexual exploitation, slavery, ilegal adoption are the most common form of human exploitation in trafficking in person.

Child exploited for slavery

6425 Indonesian woman involved in prostitution in malaysia for the past 3 year, they were the victim of woman trafficking.

Woman exploited for prostitution

So, at least we can act by not using them…

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  1. Dr.Kushal Banerjee said, on February 14, 2008 at 9:28 am

    Exploitations have reached such a dangerous level at present, that we must urgently “do something” to stop these.

    We do not have time to waste, nor do we have any scope to wait… to save the society, people must act now.

    Let’s join hands against every form of exploitation.

  2. rina said, on June 29, 2008 at 9:16 pm

    i cant stand seeing these type of things.It is so terrible i cant believe pple can do this to other pple it just really makes me mad that human beings just like us r being used for things that r way out of control if it were the owners that were being used for slavery or being abused they would do anything and everything to get away from it but they look at it like ” its not bothering them and it doesnt hurt me so i dontcare”. I CANT STAND THAT

    thank u

  3. dominick stone said, on July 2, 2008 at 9:44 am

    i think child trafficking is bad because they get put in a position that they think is uncomfortable so i think it should stop and i MEAN it SHOULD stop Now

  4. Natasha said, on August 27, 2008 at 5:47 am

    How can any human think they have the right to decide what another human should be living like….and determin their choices. The means of abuse are inhuman ..leaves me without words

  5. soldier boy said, on September 1, 2008 at 3:02 pm

    this is so sad. the movie taken has made me really aware what is going on. i hope one day i can do something to one day make at least a small difference.

  6. Mollie Chronic said, on December 13, 2008 at 10:05 pm

    i think that whatever the people do to the victims i think that the people should get treated and punished the same exact way just die from that punishment

  7. Chris said, on February 18, 2009 at 8:25 am

    Unforunately, explotation of humans is hardly unprecedented in our race’s history. And while I am most definitely not defending the actions of anyone with malicious and purposeful intent to harm another, I am merely playing the Devil’s advocate in pointing out that centuries – no, millenniums – of patterns of human thought and behavior will necessitate exponentially more time and effort than our world’s population is prepared to spend at this moment.

    When an individual with even a shred of empathy reads an article of this kind, of course they will say “Gosh! That sucks.” But in blunt honesty, less than half will remember what they have read or seen the next day. Even less will remember after a week, and only the tiniest of a fraction of the original population will even attempt to take action and cause a change.

    Basically my arguments comprise of two points:

    1 – While exploitation is by all means a negative aspect of today’s world, it is by no means a major issue nor is it even a growing issue, and at this time does not require the full focus of our attention

    2 – Even if the situations escalates and the conflicts actually become severe, there is still not enough concern in the modern day’s apathetic generations to adequately address any growing issues.

    Hate me or love it, I merely type what others attempt to deny, supress, convince themselves that that part of them does not exist. Moral righteousness reflects nicely on the outside. Can you back it up inside?

  8. ghetto go-go said, on June 15, 2009 at 5:46 pm

    u all should stop human ttrafficking its against z law.

  9. CRUSTY CROTCHES said, on June 15, 2009 at 5:50 pm

    i DONT Blieve this shit should go o its likre soooooooo wrooooong. yall traffickers need 2 get a grip of urselves. Irie mon i man is a ratsa man. woooooooooooooooi😉 bumboclaat Rasta

  10. bumble brush batty MARICA said, on June 15, 2009 at 5:56 pm

    YOW MI BELIEVE Human traffikin fi tap yuh hear:-( A MI SEH DAT AN MI BELIEVE WI FI ALL LIVE AS 1 BREDDAS AN SISTAS. YUH ZI MI. DUN KNOW. mI TINK DEM FO LEF DI LIKKE PICKNEY DEM ALONE CAZ DEM A WI FUTURE..rAAScLAAT…rASScLAAT………rAAAAAAAAAAAASclaaat.

  11. Flatta flexx mANDY said, on June 15, 2009 at 7:47 pm

    YOW RAAAAAAAY MI BELIEVE SEH DIS TING FI STAP YU HEAR MI YOW YOW YOW. ALL A WI FI LIVE AS 1.bAMSON😉
    fAT TI I BUFF. ALL A DI TRAFFIKAS DEM MOVE UNNU PUNNU AN GO WEH.

  12. Solichin, SE said, on November 6, 2009 at 2:05 am

    Let’s save our humanity. We r one.
    Thank’s
    I’m the chief of al-Kalam foundation, from Bandung Indonesia.
    We do many training in the recycling program.

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