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The fifth annual Trafficking in Persons Report (2005)

The U.S.State Department Releases 2005 Trafficking In Persons Report

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The U.S. Department of State released June 3 its fifth annual Trafficking in Persons Report (TIP), which estimates that as many as 800,000 victims may be transported across international borders each year and forced to work against their will. The report surveys the counter-trafficking activities in 150 nations, 10 more than in 2004.

The report is the most comprehensive worldwide report on the efforts of governments to combat severe forms of trafficking in persons, or modern-day slavery. Its findings will raise global awareness and spur countries to take effective actions to counter trafficking in persons.  More: The Tier Placements

Trafficking is a Human Rights Violation and a Crime. Traffickers violate the universal rights of all persons to life, liberty, and freedom from slavery in all its forms.

Many victims are lured from their homes with promises of well-paying jobs. Once they are deprived of the opportunity to return home, they are forced or coerced into prostitution, domestic servitude, farm or factory labor, or other types of forced labor.

Thousands of victims are killed for refusing to submit to forced labor or sexual slavery, or for trying to escape. Others die from contracting diseases or suffering abuse during their enslavement.


The United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) is a destination country for women trafficked primarily from South, Southeast, and East Asia, the former Soviet Union, Iran and other Middle Eastern countries, and East Africa, for the purpose of sexual exploitation. A far smaller number of men, women, and teenage children were trafficked to the U.A.E. to work as forced laborers. ... View the full text here.

        Why Is Trafficking Flourishing?

Poverty and Desire for a Better Life. Traffickers exploit impoverished and vulnerable individuals seeking a better life. In countries with chronic unemployment,

widespread poverty or a lack of economic opportunities, traffickers use promises of higher wages and good working conditions in foreign countries to lure individuals into their schemes. Many times the individuals have jobs or advanced degrees but believe the traffickers’ promises because they want better lives.

                           Ignorance of Trafficking’s Consequences.

Most families and victims are unaware of the dangers of trafficking because of the "success stories", displays of wealth, or remittances back to villages from relatives working abroad or in urban areas that provide powerful incentives for others to migrate for work.

The negative consequences of trafficking and horror stories do not often enough trickle back to rural areas or at-risk populations. Trafficking victims are often ashamed or afraid to return home if they have not made good money, have not fulfilled the terms of the working arrangements imposed by traffickers, have contracted a sexually transmitted disease or have lost social status.

View related links at:

Trafficking in Persons Report (2005), United Arab Emirates

'Camel Kids'  The Camel Jockeys of United Arab Emirates !

The Shocking Violations of Children's Rights ! (Special Reports - 2004)

'Human Trafficking', United Arab Emirates!

The Shocking Violations of Children's Rights ! (Special Reports - 2003)

The Emissaries of The Shaytans!  (The 'Satanic influence')

 Documents: Dubai: Migrant Workers at Risk ; The UN MW Convention & Campaigns

Updated: May. 12, 2005


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