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Reflect - Intro


Human Trafficking

Study Guide

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Reflect - Intro


Human Trafficking

Study Guide

 
 

Sample Reflection and
Discussion Questions

 

Is human trafficking practiced in your state/city? What makes your state more vulnerable to human trafficking?

traffickingresourcecenter.org

Can you think of the ways that you are connected to modern-day slavery through your consumer habits, daily activities, etc.?

What services are offered to trafficked persons?

How can the principles of CST end the cycle of human trafficking?

What are you willing to do to eradicate the practice of human trafficking?

What comes to your mind when you hear the word slavery? What emotions do you experience?

How has human trafficked gained the attention of world religious leaders?

What rights are denied to trafficked persons?

How does human trafficking disgrace the human dignity of trafficked persons?

 
 
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Reflect - Scripture


Examples of Trafficking and Slavery in

Scripture

Reflect - Scripture


Examples of Trafficking and Slavery in

Scripture

 

Exodus 21:7-11

Book of Ruth

(Boaz aware of the plight of Naomi and Ruth, 
took steps to help them)

Psalm 9:9

Psalm 10:17-18

Psalm 72:4-5

Psalms 12-14

Proverbs 31:8-9

Deuteronomy: 10:18; 24:17,19

Isaiah 61:1-3

Ezekiel 34:16

Luke 4:18-19

1 Timothy 1:8-1

 
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Reflect - Quiz


Quiz Yourself

Reflect - Quiz


Quiz Yourself

 

True or False

 
 
 

The practice of modern-day slavery is found only in poor countries.

Human trafficking is one of the largest criminal enterprises in the world, ranking behind the arms and drug trades. 

The biggest sex trafficking event in the United States in the Super Bowl. 

The highest child trafficking occurs in California. 

Businesses do not contribute to human trafficking.

Trafficked persons experience change in self-identity due to their trafficking experience.

The screening of a trafficked person should be in a safe location.

A trafficked person exhibits a sense of shame, guilt, or helplessness.

A trafficked person is likely to trust others and speaks openly of her experience.