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Hong Kong recent conference on issue of trafficking in the country

January 2014, 16
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issue of trafficking in Hong Kong
Human trafficking is a very real issue, one that is mirrored in most countries around the world. Human trafficking is not just women or men being used for sex but also people running a “trade” in human organs and tissue as well as using the humans they have for labour that they have not voluntarily said they will be happy to do. Using humans in sex slavery is a very high, governments and human rights are are campaigning for an end to humans being exploited in such a way. Unfortunately a criminal who makes money by exploiting other humans knows where to find easy targets, they are mainly in war torn countries or poor deprived areas in a country.

Hong Kong recently held a conference outlining human trafficking in the country. They want Hong Kong to make a further push to to end human trafficking. It was recognised at the conference that an amendment to the prosecution code of the department of justice did now include how to deal with human exploitation cases. A key note speaker at the conference also pointed out that although many changes have occurred in law, and more measures have been put forward, as well as treaties drawn up and signed, human trafficking is still continuing. With immigration rising each year, some of the migrants entering a country could be doing so involuntary. If education was provided as well as protection then this could cut down or even stop the widespread problem of human trafficking.

The conference also highlighted that sex trafficking happens more often around the world than any other part of human trafficking. Women are the main targets, discrimination against women is another ongoing problem but where sex trafficking is concerned it is women who are used and abused. Women’s rights are also being abused in these situations and it is usually by men. If men respected women’s rights and unite in the problem along with governments, the influence male politicians could have may also go further to stopping the exploitation of women.

The sex trade in Hong Kong is legal, as in prostitution is legal selling a person for sex is not legal, sex trafficking is not legal but with immigration rising, as well as sex trafficking, human trafficking as a whole continuing to be a severe problem, more really does need to be done in every country to stop people being used as slaves for sex or body parts removed for another persons profit.

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