Semesters Available: Fall and Spring Years Available: All
This course focuses on the Trafficking Victimís Protection Actís ranking of nations of the world with regard to their responses to the issue of human trafficking in their own countries. It will examine specific regional issues of modern slavery and trafficking to include brick-making in India, chocolate farming in the Ivory Coast, the fishing industry in Ghana, prison labor in China, and sexual trafficking in the post-Soviet and former Eastern Bloc countries. The effects of capitalism and globalization will be investigated from a Biblical worldview and applied as potential solutions to the aforementioned situations.
No programs require this course. No courses require this as a prerequisite or corequisite.