The Children Aren't PlayingThe Children Aren't Playing6 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
I found God today
He was sitting on a park bench watching as no children play
On this bright and cheery day.
Asking, Where are they?
I was having mixed emotions; a conflict of what to say
Cant you hear the people when they pray?
Its far too dangerous and too easy to stray.
This world is crumbling down, I told Him
Traffickers want to sell them
Kidnappers want to steal them
Murderers want to slay them
Parents some of them have gone evil
Teachers some of them have gone evil
Priests some of them have gone evil
Wheres the escape?
Walking down the street a little boy gets taken
By a crime he was never taught exists.
They take him and they break him
Use him and abuse him
He gets stuck in this dark abyss
Sitting in her bedroom a little girl gets taken
By a face she was taught to love
He takes her and he breaks her
Use her and abuse her
She is told its something she should never speak of
Trapped and trapped again. Over and
MY FIGHT AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKINGMY FIGHT AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING6 months ago in Academic Essays More Like This
Human trafficking is a crime which involves an individual and some agents for the purpose of illegal trade, employment, and services. In both parties, money is a reciprocal of this unlawful act for they will benefit themselves in order to sustain their lives and family out of poverty. Those agents will use them to gain profit as their part of the business. For those who are affected, they don’t realize what will be their outcome of this desperate commitment. From this issue, there are many examples of human trafficking to be discussed.
Child labor is one of the examples of human trafficking. Minors are forced to do difficult tasks and duties given by their employers or even their parents. They exchange their normal childhood life into tough labor. Some of them are working as domestic helpers, street beggars, farmers, miners, and facto
Human traficking in the UKHuman traficking in the UK5 years ago in Human Trafficking Awareness More Like This
There are more people enslaved worldwide today than there were 200 years ago in the lead up to the abolition of the transatlantic slave trade. Human trafficking, the modern day slave trade, is the fastest growing form of international crime with an estimated 600,000 800,000 people trafficked across international borders each year. The number of people trafficked internally is currently unknown.
People are bought and sold into the sex industry, forced labour, domestic servitude and forced organ donation.
Every year men, women and children are bought and sold. Often traffickers will use threats, manipulation and debt bondage to ensure that their victims do not escape. CARE is focussing on the plight of women, children and men trafficked into prostitution in the UK and across the world. Many are kept in appalling conditions and are forced to see dozens of clients a day. Research shows that those who are rescued often share similar symptoms with survivors of torture.