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Title: Human Trafficking


1
Human Trafficking
  • Human trafficking is a world wide issue that
    happens in our own backyards.

2
Definition
  • Human trafficking involves the deprivation of
    liberty of a person in order to exploit the
    victim for labor, services, and/or the sex trade.

3
Wisconsin State Law
Trafficking means knowingly recruiting, enticing,
harboring, transporting, providing, or obtaining
an individual without consent of the individual,
or attempting to do so done by any of the
following causing or threatening to cause bodily
harm to any individual, causing or threatening
4
  • to cause financial harm to any individual,
    restraining or threatening to restrain any
    individual, extortion, fraud or deception, debt
    bondage, controlling any individuals access to
    an addictive controlled substance, or using any
    scheme or pattern to cause an individual to
    believe that any individual would suffer bodily
    harm, financial harm, restrain, or other harm
    for the purpose of commercial sex acts or labor
    services.

5
Human trafficking is a hidden crime.
  • Traffickers often operate behind a façade of
    legal activity and many victims do not self
    identify as being trafficked or are unable to
    report for fear of retribution. The available
    data vastly underestimates the magnitude of
    trafficking.

6
Characteristics of human trafficking in
Wisconsin
  • clandestine and hidden
  • victims often do not self-identify victims
    include men, women, and children of every age,
    race, sexual orientation, socio-economic class,
    ethnicity, nationality, and religion

7
  • Human trafficking includes
  • labor
  • sex
  • and other forms of exploitation
  • women and children from poverty stricken areas
    are disproportionately effected

8
  • human trafficking occurs in urban (especially
    metropolitan areas or centers of tourism)
  • as well as rural settings (especially large
    farming communities)
  • perpetrators may be part of an organized crime
    group, or act on their own

9
Prevalence of human trafficking in Wisconsin
  • to date, more than 200 potential cases of
    trafficking have been identified in Wisconsin, a
    figure that is likely significantly under actual
    cases

10
  • trafficking occurred in urban and rural areas, in
    more than half of Wisconsins 72 counties
  • 15 of victims were child victims of commercial
    sexual exploitation (under 18 years)
  • 75 of victims were victims of sexual
    trafficking
  • approximately 25 were victims of forced labor
    trafficking

11
  • Wisconsin victims of trafficking experience
    multiple exploitations, eg-a victim might be in
    an abusive international marriage and forced into
    prostitution as well
  • approximately 25 of trafficking victims were
    male and approximately 90 of those were victims
    of labor trafficking

12
  • human trafficking in Wisconsin is a crime that
    disproportionally affects migrants, regardless of
    citizenship status-there will be significant
    overlap between social justice action for
    migrants and human trafficking efforts
  • about 30 of identified trafficking victims are
    native-born U.S. citizens, primarily from the
    Midwest, including Wisconsin, Minnesota, and
    Illinois.

13
Power and control factors
  • human trafficking, like all types of
    exploitation, relies upon a complex dynamic to
    procure and retain victims

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At Risk/Vulnerable populations
  • oppressed or marginalized groups, inhabitants of
    impoverished or disaster areas-Native American
    women are particularly at risk in Wisconsin
  • individuals with drug dependency,
  • runaways and at-risk youth,
  • and migrant workers, temporary foreign workers,
    and undocumented immigrants

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  • Not only are individuals in this group most
    likely to respond to traffickers methods, they
    are also the least likely to be protected by law
    enforcement.
  • Impoverished women and children, women of color,
    and LGTB youth are the most vulnerable victims of
    modern day slavery

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Ending Human Trafficking begins when communities
and individuals stand up and proclaim that
everybody is a person of sacred worth and we will
not accept that anyone should live in slavery
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