Solutions for Human Trafficking

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Solutions for Human Trafficking by Mind Map: Solutions for Human Trafficking

1. Make border control more secure

1.1. Having stricter border control means victims can be helped quicker and can be spotted more effectively. Therefore, preventing people being moved countries for forced labour.

1.1.1. E- more money would need to be put into employing more people at the border and technology to search people.

1.1.2. T- more advanced technology could be used to search people passing the border

1.1.3. Possible problems- this could mean an increase in taxes which could cause the public financial issues as they may not be able to afford it.

2. Start a worldwide census

2.1. Everyone would have to be involved in a census to ensure that everyone is counted so people do not go missing without someone knowing about it and doing something about it.

2.1.1. P- all major people in each country would have to agree to send out a worldwide consensus.

2.1.2. L- a law would need to be passed to make the census essential to be completed.

2.1.3. S- This could be done by sending questionnaires to everyone in each country. These could include questions like 'how many people do you live with?'. This would create quantitative results with could be analysed. However, this may be difficult as there may be non-responses as people may fail to hand them back.

2.1.4. Possible problems- may be a problem of non-response or may not be filled in correctly.

3. Create more human trafficking charities and raise money for them

3.1. A charity would help raise awareness of the human trafficking so it can be identified more quickly and therefore stopped more quickly. Also, the money raised could be donated to people who are at a high risk or in an area of high risk of human trafficking.

3.1.1. S- people would group together to make a charity and raise awareness.

3.1.2. E- money would be raised and donated to families or areas at a high risk of being trafficked.

3.1.3. T- technology such as adverts on tv could be used to raise awareness and encourage people to donate to the charities.

3.1.4. Charities are already running in the UK and other countries e.g Hope for Justice.

4. Make sanctions stricter to discourage human trafficking

4.1. We could create stricter laws and punishments so less people would involve themselves in human trafficking. This would reduce the number of criminals taking part in human trafficking.

4.1.1. L- stricter laws are needed to prevent people from being involved.

4.1.2. P- there will need to be a discussion between politically important people like the government to determine the extent of the punishment.

4.1.3. Possible problems- Could cost prisons more to keep prisoners longer.

5. Add human trafficking into the school curriculum to educate students on the issue of human trafficking

5.1. Adding human trafficking into the school curriculum would make children more aware of the situation and can therefore identify it more quickly and report it. This could also prevent more people from forcing people into human trafficking as they would know more people are informed about it.

5.1.1. S- inform more children of trafficking so they are aware of whether they are being targeted and know the signs of it.

5.1.2. P- the administer of education will have to approve the decision to add it into the curriculum.

5.1.3. Possible Problems- may be hard to fit in teaching about human trafficking.

5.1.4. This has been introduced into the school curriculum in Jamaica to try to help the human trafficking situation.

6. Investigate companies with factories over seas to see if they have forced labour

6.1. Going into factories over seas and investigating their workers to see if they're being paid or forced to work would help people that are too scared to tell someone about them being forced into labour.

6.1.1. L- this would help people stick to the law and find people who are breaking it.

6.1.2. E- this is economic as it could cost companies money as they would be forced to make sure they employ all their employees properly.

6.1.3. T-under cover people could go into companies taking pictures of the treatment of the workers or cctv could be looked at. This would ensure that all the workers are treated fairly and not abused like people who are trafficked.

6.1.4. Possible problems- if the company knows about the visit before hand they could cover up bad treatment or environments of the workers.