HumanTrafficking in Thailand In Thailand we see that this destination exploitativeHuman Trafficking especially in Thailand’s market place. Where children, womenand men are sold into slave labor. Origins: How did theHuman rights issue come about in Thailand? Humantrafficking in Thailand is very prominent in the Greater Sub-Mekong Region.
Other reason ispoverty, lack of an education, awareness or dysfunctional families.Victims of humantrafficking are constantly sold and moved to different places. Who does itaffect and how in Thailand?Children aresold to people and forced to do slave labor, like selling flowers on thestreet, working on fishing boats, or sold into prostitutions.Women are soldand are also forced into slave labor, domestic work (like maids), or intoprostitutions.Young men aretaking and forced to work on fishing boats and work in harsh conditions.All of them aremistreated or killed because they can no longer work or get sick. How does itaffect human rights? It affects theHuman rights of individuals who were taking without their consent.
The people whohave taking them, have taking their rights away to defend themselves or speakfor themselves and force them to do slave labor, prostitutions and working onfishing boats. Responses How is theUnited States responding to the issue of Human Trafficking in Thailand? The U.Sgovernment has a diplomatic tool for Human Trafficking by filling out a reportcalled Trafficking in Person Report (TIP). The U.S.
Government then shares this information with other nations to help combat theissue of Human Trafficking.Human Traffickingeffects everyone all over the world, whether they live in Thailand or they arevisiting from another country. How are othercountries’ government responding to the problem of Human Trafficking Thailand? The Thai primeminister has meetings with Human Rights organizations to try to end HumanTrafficking in Thailand.The primeminister has acknowledged that they need to do better to protect the public.
Also, to improveinter agency coordination to address Human Trafficking. The responses givinghow are they relating to the foreign policy spectrum on how you approach yourstudies in the lesson? (isolationism, diplomacy, interventionism, andimperialism) That nationsincluding the United States have come together to stop Human Trafficking whichin turn is interventionism on behalf of the people in Thailand and neighborcountries.That different Nationshave come together and created programs to stop Human Trafficking.This is called imperialismas these nations are not taking over countries like Thailand but to help thepeople of Thailand and other countries to stop Human Trafficking. Evaluation Are the effortsof governments including the United States and international organizations successful? No, the Thaigovernment along with Human Rights organizations try very hard to catch the badguys but when one bad guy goes away another one takes his place.Resources needmore improvement to catch bad guys who exploit young people, especially childrenand women. What would be therecommendation to help better address the issue of Human Rights? Put a lot ofresources out to the public and tell the public to be vigilante and to stay ingroups when out in the market place. When looking at advertisementfor something that seems to good to be true ( like modeling or dancing), thepublic needs to think twice about it.
Like the old saying goes ” If it seems togood then it is a lie and the bad guys are trying to lure the person in. .