Based on Chapter 3 in the half the sky by nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn write
1.) One of the primary reasons that sex trafficking and sexual slavery continue to flourish is that there are too few penalties for traffickers, brothel owners, and the patrons and sex tourists that keep this economy running. what are some of the consequences for survivors who came forward to seek prosecution? how do these challenges compare with the barriers faced by women who seek justice for other forms of gender-based violence? what are some of the strategies mentioned in the book that are crucial for ending this practice?
2.) Nicholas Kristof says that one of the “global paradoxes is that countries with the most conservative sexual mores tend to have the most prostitution.” Why do you think that is? What value do women have in these societies? what examples from the book illustrate this?
3.) Sex trafficking is not just a problem in the developing world-14,500 to 17,500 people are trafficked into the united states each year. What impact, if any, do you think sex trafficking and sexual exploitation are having in your community? What more could or should the united states do to combat sexual exploitation on the national and international levels?
4.) What would you like to do in your community or abroad to help end sex trafficking? how can we as a group most effectively work together to take action on behalf of sex trafficking victims who are looking for a way out of the sex trade? what campaigns have you heard about recently to end sex trafficking and how can we get involved?
Also, add at least two articles that relate to Sex trafficking