Because they have more time to become a larger and more skilled presence in communities, it will deter crime and will end up with more criminals being captured and brought to justice Another positive effect ID cards may have it that they will have the person’s fingerprints on them. This means that the police can stop people and immediately scan their card and cross-reference with the database to see if the fingerprints where linked to and unsolved crimes or cases. If people are given ID cards, it could solve many missing persons cases where the person has ran away from home. This is a positive effect because it means that missing family members can be found easier and returned safely to their homes. These can help to create a better relationship between the police and the local community because if this happens then people will be more confident in the police’s capabilities and people in their communities feeling safer and people will then become a helping hand for the police when it is needed.
Censorship in many countries including Canada is an official or legal way of filtering material exposed to the public. Censoring certain material is necessary in an environment where there is access to ample lot of information. Censoring materials is extremely important because it might be revealing far more information than what is needed to know. The exposed materials influence the negatives of the topic and it is also inappropriate information displayed. Censorship is more often used in media, which conveys and delivers material that have an impact on the public.
As Canadian citizens and by moral obligation, children deserve and have the right to live an abuse free, healthy life. What is child abuse? Over the years many people have argued on what is considered child abuse. A popular topic of discussion is spanking. Where some believe spanking is a form of abuse, others believe it is simply a harsher form of punishment.
Even individuals that live in this area see the community as a “transitional community” (Statistics Canada, 2006). Many residents believe that when they become more financial stable, they are deemed to leave to area. As a result, this reformation was designed to encourage diversity and introduce a broader mix of income and tenure to the population (Toronto Community Housing, 2007). It also creates an opportunity for underprivileged children, which constitute 11% of the Regent Park population to live, learn, and work with people from other communities and hopefully experience a higher standard of living (Toronto Community Housing, 2007). In the end, subsidizing such a project has the ultimate goal of
Abuse can cause physical and internal problems; which can lead a person to have long lasting effects even into adulthood. The first reason why immigrants should report or advice other people about this act is about the internal and physical problems that the practice of that act could cause. Many times, immigrant officers beat or abuse an immigrant for non logical reasons, and none of those reasons are acceptable. We are all humans. Even though the consequences of their maltreatment may not be serious, immigrants should always report this act which sometimes can cost them their lives.
Human Trafficking: A Worldwide Problem Despite intensive efforts to combat human trafficking, the trade in persons, sexual exploitation, forced labor, persists, in fact, continues to grow nationwide. The reason for the limited success in preventing human trafficking is the dominant perception of the problem, which forms the basis for laws developed to combat human trafficking. Specifically, with the trafficker whom operate across multiple dimensions, including race, gender, ethnicity, class, culture, and geography. There is a need to expose the observable fact of human trafficking, driving demand for trafficked persons, influencing perceptions of the problem, and constraining legal initiatives to end the abuse. By examining human trafficking through a distinctive context, it will explain a deeper understanding of human trafficking and offer a prescription for reducing the adverse effects and the efforts to combat human trafficking and the individuals that now suffer such abuses.
Who gets in? a) Summary b) Theoretical approach c) What I have learned d) Previously held biases revealed in the paper e) Conclusion The Canadian states official public pronouncement, Rhetoric’s with respect to immigration objectives and benefits are very often not matched by Reality, what actually happens. The Canadian state develops its immigration policies to address what it hopes it can control but forgetting that other forces like global trade, Canadian economic performance and transnational migrant’s network play a significant role in determining what actually takes place and as a result, actually policy outcomes are often significantly different from those advanced in rhetoric. The state focus more on the
One recommendation is to prosecute traffickers and to be aware of the complexity of the crime. Another recommendation is to increase education about human trafficking at schools so that children are less vulnerable to traffickers. If Congress can work aggressively through agencies associated with other governments worldwide, new tools and policies will have a chance to be efficient. Furthermore, the government should encourage American business to participate in the fight against human trafficking. If the people in the world can work exclusively with each other it can focus on the prevention and ending of human trafficking.
Objective elements are the features of negative social conditions that are measurable. These are proven systematic measurements that say that the social condition exists and that it causes harm to people. (Tepperman & Curtis, 2011) There are several facts and statistics that prove that prostitution not only exists but that it causes considerable damage to people. In Canada there is no consensus on how many people are involved in the sex trade industry however the estimate is in the hundreds of thousands. In addition, there is a high correlation between prostitution and substance use disorders, psychological problems, and violence.
Although governments try to prevent trafficking from happening, trafficking happens every day, everywhere. Governments have established laws to punish trafficking practice and the United Nations also has established a protocol to prevent and to punish trafficking, especially for women and children. The target of trafficking can be anyone, but women and children are the two most common target of trafficking. A lot of women and children are being forced to be prostitutes or slaves. The victims of trafficking are usually from developing countries and are being trafficked to developed countries.