Human trafficking solutions

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Human trafficking solutions by Mind Map: Human trafficking solutions

1. Make border control more secure

1.1. Most human trafficking victims are from third world countries, therefore if border controls were made more secure it would help prevent human traffickers from selling victims and them being sent to other countries.

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

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

1.1.3. Some possible problems are that 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. A worldwide consensus would need to be made 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 of the important people in these countries 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 may be completed by sending out questionnaires to everyone in every country. These could include questions like 'how many people do you want to live with?'.. this would create quantitative results with could be analysed. However this may be non responses as people may fail to hand them back. Possible problems are that some people may not respond or it may not be filled in correctly.

3. Add human trafficking into the school curriculum

3.1. By adding human trafficking into the school curriculum it would make children more aware and of the current situation and can therefore identify it much more quickly and report it. This could also prevent people from being forced into human trafficking as they would know more people are informed about it.

3.1.1. S - by informing the children they will become more aware of whether or not they are being targeted or not. also this will make them aware of the signs to look out for.

3.1.2. P - The administrator of education will have to approve the decision to add it to the curriculum.

3.1.3. Possible problems include that it may be hard to teach human trafficking. This has already been added to the curriculum in Jamaica in order to try and help the current human trafficking situation they have.

4. Investigate companies with over seas factories to check for forced labour

4.1. 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.

4.1.1. L - This would help if people follow the law and help find those who are breaking it.

4.1.2. E - This is an economic issue as it could cost companies a lot of money as they are being forced to ensure that they employ all of their employees properly.

4.1.3. T - Undercover people could go into companies and take pictures of the treatment of the workers or the cctv could be looked over. this could ensure that all the workers are treated fairly and not being abused like the victims being trafficked.

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

6. Make sanctions stricter to discourage human trafficking

6.1. If laws were made more stricter and punishments were put in place for human trafficking and forced labour

6.1.1. L - we need stricter laws in order to prevent people from being involved.

6.1.2. P There will need to a discussion between politically important people in the government to determine the extent of the punishment.

6.1.3. Possible problems are that it could cost prisons more to keep prisoners longer.