Read the article and watch the lecture first, then answer those question and write the article
Question: “In what ways is this issue specifically Peruvian, and in what ways is this part of a wider global problem? Use specific examples from Dr. Goldstein’s work to make your argument.”
Dr. Goldstein’s research in Peru explores the dangerous conditions that impoverished people working in illegal gold mines and sex work endure. The plight of these workers highlights important connections between illegal mining, multinational corporations, environmental destruction, health, and human trafficking. The Peruvian government is complicit in the mining and local police threaten to ‘exterminate’ these impoverished people if they are identified in speaking out against the mining corporations.
Article ( What’s in a name: http://somatosphere.net/2015/whats-in-a-name.html/ )
Some possible resources:
Overfishing and modern slavery: https://www.europeanscientist.com/en/environment/overfishing-and-modern-slavery/
Interpol rescues 85 children in Sudan trafficking ring: https://www.cnn.com/2018/09/11/africa/interpol-burst-trafficking-ring-sudan/index.html
Madagascar: Next government must end human rights violations: https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2018/11/madagascar-next-government-must-end-human-rights-violations/