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  • Yes, China Should do More to Stop Child Trafficking

    Child trafficking hurts the Chinese society's most vulnerable: the children. The Chinese government must clamp down on child traffickers to end this abhorrent practice. Although child trafficking is done to profit both the parents who sell the children, and the traffickers who market them, no thought is given to the poor child who is whisked away and adopted by strangers.

  • Yes they should

    If they aren't going to do more then they should be ashamed of themselves. This is a disgusting thing that people do and it should be stopped at all costs. I know this is the unfortunate world we now live in. However, China needs to get their act together and put an end to this now.

  • Yes, China has an obligation to end injustices.

    In my belief, China, as one of the most powerful countries in the world with the largest population, has allowed the problem of child trafficking to get out of control. UNICEF estimates that 1.2 million children are trafficked each year, with about 600,000 of those children being within China's borders. One of the major contributors to this problem is their high unemployment rate. Lastly, China is accused as not fully complying with human trafficking elimination standards.

  • Yes, child trafficking is an important human rights issue.

    Yes, China should be making a stronger effort to prevent child trafficking. Child trafficking is considered by some as a form of modern slavery, making it a major human rights violation. China, being one of the most influential countries in the world, should use its power in a positive manner by erradicating this crime.

  • What is the problem

    I do not find that their is any problem with what they are doing right now. This child trafficking is no big deal and i believe they are doing plenty. So in my opinion, they are fine and should just keep doing what they are doing and the problem should fix itself


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