Connect With Us Human Trafficking Human trafficking, another — often times involuntary — form of migration, is an important international issue. The illegal trafficking of people rather than of goods has been fueled by four global trends. A second contributory trend has been increased mobility due to improved transportation networks and technology.
A year-long investigation by the company confirmed media reports that the seafood industry in Thailand is riddled with forced labour and human trafficking and that slave labour was involved in the production of its Fancy Feast catfood brand.
Asian slave labour producing prawns for supermarkets in US, UK Read more The disclosure was considered by many to be ground-breaking. Instead, they received some credit [for] being bold enough to be associated with this.
The UK's new slavery laws explained: Read more Cleaning up the supply chain There is also a growing legal imperative for many large multinationals to start seriously engaging with labour abuses in their business operations. Legislation in both the US and the UK requires larger companies to publish annual reports on their efforts to keep their businesses slavery-free.
The success of the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act has been patchy but it has spawned a series of civil litigation suits, with consumers or workers using the legislation to launch legal actions against companies they accuse of making misleading public statements on their anti-slavery efforts.
Last week the company, along with Cargill and Archer Daniels Midland, failed in its bid to get the US Supreme Court to throw out a lawsuit seeking to hold them liable for the alleged use of child slaves in cocoa farming in the Ivory Coast.
This puts the company in the unfortunate position of disclosing slavery in one part of its operations, while at the same time fighting through the courts to fend off accusations that it exists in another — more profitable — part of its business.Nov 04, · The following is a Truth-out article by Anne Elizabeth Moore about Somaly Mam.
How Somaly Mam (the Cambodian anti-sex trafficking activist) is still lying about sex trafficking and making lots of money off of her lies. The Extent and Effect of Sex Tourism and Sexual Exploitation of Children on the Kenyan Coast A study conducted by UNICEF and Government of Kenya The Kenyan government, civil society, the tourist industry, the broader private sector must urgently come together to prevent and end the sexual exploitation of children.
The. Thailand Sex Trade Industry Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, and Indonesia are economically developing countries that thrive off international tourism, which has led to a problem with tourist abusing innocent young children and using them for sex and other horrific sexual favors.
The fishing industry in Thailand exported nearly $7 Billion worth of seafood in Most of the seafood was exported to Japan and the United States.
Source: Associated Press, “Thailand’s Rampant Trafficking May Carry Price,” ABC News, June 13, Essays Related to Sex trade in thailand. 1. Thailand - The Land of Smiles.
In addition to the wildly extravagant economic opportunities of the sex industry, a sexual, free environment is highly enticing to young Thai women. In a study of the reasons for entering the sex trade, the most common response of Thai women besides money was ability. is devoted to the Effects of Tourism on Culture and the Environment in Nepal.
The “case studies” were undertaken as part of a project jointly formulated by Indonesia and Thailand in and based on a research design developed by.