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Adventist Youth Honors Answer Book/Regional/Human Trafficking Awareness

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Human Trafficking Awareness
British Union

Regional

Skill Level 1
Year of Introduction: 2020


Limited Availability


Requirements

Contents


THEORETICAL

1. Complete the following, as defined by the United Nations:

Human trafficking involves recruitment, harbouring or transporting people into a situation of _________________ through the use of ___________, ___________ or ___________ and forced to work against their will.

Human trafficking involves recruitment, harbouring or transporting people into a situation of exploitation through the use of violence, deception or coercion and forced to work against their will.

In the Trafficking Protocol from the UN, it is defined as "the recruitment, transport, transfer, harbouring or receipt of a person by such means as threat or use of force or other forms of coercion, abduction, fraud or deception for the purpose of exploitation."

2. What are the three components needed for human trafficking to be taking place?

On the basis of the definition given in the Trafficking in Persons Protocol, it is evident that trafficking in persons has three constituent elements;

The Act (What is done)

Recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt of persons

The Means (How it is done)

Threat or use of force, coercion, abduction, fraud, deception, abuse of power or vulnerability, or giving payments or benefits to a person in control of the victim

The Purpose (Why it is done)

For the purpose of exploitation, which includes exploiting the prostitution of others, sexual exploitation, forced labour, slavery or similar practices and the removal of organs.

3. Give one example for each component.

The Act: Recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt of persons.

The Means: Through threats, force, coercion, abduction, fraud, deception, abuse of power or vulnerability, or giving payments or benefits to a person in control of the victim.

The Purpose: For the purpose of exploitation.

4. Give another name for human trafficking.

People trafficking.

5. Why is people trafficking so popular?

Because it is a lot more lucrative. A person can be sold several times and people are easily accesible.

6. Which of the three (drugs/weapons/human trafficking) criminal activities is more lucrative?

Drugs:

  • Can be sold just one time
  • Once consumed, it has to be sold/purchased again
  • Many regulations and laws surrounding drug use, supply, distribution and importation

Weapons:

  • Can be sold just one time
  • Many regulations
  • Not easily accessible

Human trafficking:

  • Can be sold over and over again
  • If a person has been trafficked for domestic servitude (household chores), every day that person can be exploited.

Of these three, human trafficking is a more lucrative criminal activity.

7. What is the estimated profits generated yearly as a result of human trafficking?

$150 billion.

8. Approximately how many people are enslaved today?

An estimated 40 million people are currently enslaved today.

9. When did the Slavery Abolition Act come into effect in the UK?

August 1st, 1834.

10. Who spearheaded the political campaign to abolish slavery in the UK?

On August 28, 1833, William Wilberforce, spearheaded the Slavery Abolition Act and was passed by the UK Parliament.

11. Approximately how many slaves were there in 1834?

800,000 enslaved Africans.

12. List two important dates to remember, International day for the Abolition of Slavery and World day against trafficking in persons.

International day for the Abolition of Slavery: December 02

World day against trafficking in persons: July 30

13. List three places where you might find someone who has been trafficked.

Enslaved persons can be found in almost every part of the world. Many of them are hiding in plain sight. Some countries have a higher number of persons trafficked than others.

14. How many cotton balls does it take to make one shirt?

350 cotton balls

15. How many miles of cotton does it take to make one shirt?

57 miles of cotton

16. How many litres of water does it take to make one shirt?

2700 litres of water

17. How many people does it take to make one pair of jeans?

It takes more than 100 people to make a pair of jeans!

18. What percentage of people (women, men, boys and girls) are trafficked?

Women: 51% Men: 21% Girls: 20% Boys: 8%

19. What percentage of human trafficking victims are trafficked domestically within national borders?

43% of victims are trafficked domestically within national borders


SPIRITUAL

1. Read Genesis 37:1-36

You can read Genesis, chapter 27 online at Biblegateway.com

2. Answer the following questions:

a. Who sold Joseph?

His brothers

b. Where did Joseph live before he was sold into slavery?

Canaan

c. Who was Joseph sold to?

The Ishmaelite traders (Midianites)

d. How much was Joseph sold for

20 shekels of silver

e. Where was Joseph taken?

To Egypt

f. Joseph was sold again, to who?

To the house of Potiphar

3. What are three things that we can learn from Joseph's life?

  • Jealousy can ruin a family
  • Joseph maintained his character
  • Be a diligent and productive worker
  • God protected Joseph in all times of trouble
  • We must run from sin at all costs
  • Joseph was promoted and blessed
  • He chose forgiveness over resentment

4. What inspired you when reading the story of Joseph?

5. What challenged you?

6. Consider a 15-year-old boy, trafficked from Cambodia to Thailand, away from his family, his brothers and sisters, on a ship, fishing for 3 years with nowhere to run. How does it make you feel?

7. What does freedom mean to you?


PRACTICAL

1. Print an anti-trafficking flyer and share it with 20 people. You can drop them into the letterbox around your neighbourhood if you like.

2. Produce a short presentation (2-3 minutes) sharing what you have learned about human trafficking. Record the presentation using a phone or video camera.

3. If you could scream a message of hope, of love, concern and compassion, just a few words to all those in this world who are living a life of slavery, what would you say?

4. What is the UK Human Trafficking Hotline Number?

The Salvation Army's 24 hour confidential helpline for reporting modern slavery on 0300 3038 151. The Modern Day Slavery Foundation's helpline on 0800 0121 700, open 24 hours a day. the NSPCC's helpline on 0808 8005 000 if you think a child is in danger of trafficking.

5. If you have a phone of your own, please add this number so that you have it easily accessible should you ever need it.

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