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In today’s society, we face a lot of unrest in many different aspects. As my final capstone project, I
will be focusing on Human Trafficking also known as sex trafficking. It involves the process taking an
individual and exploiting against their will (anti-slavery, 2019). This is a serious problem that
happens all around the world whether we know about it or not. It contributes to other social issues
we face too such as poverty or other human rights violations.
It a recognized problem all over the world but unfortunately it’s very hard to put an end to it. It can
happen anywhere and anybody could be involved. It’s such discrete business which makes it more
fascinating to investigate on sex trafficking in general. There are different categories of trafficking
such as sex trafficking, forced labor and debt bondage. Forced Labor is also known as involuntary
servitude, is the most common form of exploitation. Debt bonding is when an individual is forced
into a situation in order to pay a debt off ( Human Rights Commission, 2019). For example, 51%
victims are women, 28% are children and 21% are men and they are all victims of trafficking. To here
victims speak about what it was like is sad and really makes you feel lucky that you never had to
experience such a horrific thing. I want to give an angle of a victim but also a perpetrator that got
caught and shared what it was like being in charged of that kind of illegal business.
These forms of trafficking are concerning and common. Since it’s an underground business it makes
it more difficult to investigate. Law enforcement is putting a lot of time and effort into minimizing
the amount of cases of trafficking. Also, organizations are teaming up to support victims in any way
necessary. At this point, victims and these organizations need to stick together to be heard and
make people aware of such a horrific thing.
Anti-Slavery. (2019). What is Human Trafficking? Retrieved from
Feingold, D. (2005). Human trafficking. Foreign Policy, 150(150), 26-32. (Links to an external
site.)Links to an external site.
Vienna. (2014, February 20). World Day of Social Justice:
“Fighting human trafficking means fighting poverty, unemployment and inequality”. OSCE. Retrieved
Social justice basically refers to the way an individual relates to the society. It affects the areas such
as equal distribution of resources, opportunities and wealth distribution. In my Capstone project, I
intend to research on topics relating to the negative impacts of social injustice on the social and
economic well-being of individuals and the society at large.
The first possible topic I would seek to explore is “the negative impacts of gender discrimination
globally”. They would involve loss of opportunities, increased dependency and poverty levels.
Moreover, it contributes to the increase in social vices such as prostitution. I would therefore like to
explore these aspects in detail by researching detailed data that brings a realistic status of the
injustice in the modern society.
I would also love to explore the impacts of terrorism and extremism around the world. Particularly, I
would explore the Middle East, focusing on countries such as Afghanistan and Syria. This will give
me a great opportunity to empathize with the citizens of the affected countries.
Finally, a possible topic is the negative impacts of tribalism and nepotism in the global society.
Again, the topic has been blamed for various negative consequences for the society at large. Most
pronounced is that tribalism has been the chief cause of civil war and wrangles globally. I look
forward to exploring one of these topics in detail if approved.
Chapter 16. Discrimination and Self-discrimination of Women at Work. (n.d.). Gender at Work.
Introduction. (n.d.). Beyond Tribalism. doi:10.1057/9781137000934.0008
Richards, J. (2017). Radicalization, Extremism, Terrorism. Extremism, Radicalization and Security, 5579. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-55203-3_3
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