Clothing Industry Case Solution
Justification of systems thinking to understand modern slavery as an ethical issue
Community: A group of people who have some kind of unifying factors, such as: place, religion, culture, history, race or a particular combination of these or other unifying factors.
External Features: Involvement of national and international organizations,including beneficial and harmful organizations and the national involvement. Examples of good organizations are NGOs like FTS and the United Nations while dangerous examples are terrorist groups and criminal networks.
Provision: Birth rate: Number of live births in the country per year (use regional data if possible). Mortality Rate: The number of deaths in the country per year (use regional data if possible).
Geography: Neighboring Political Countries: Including the refugee and presence of refugees, the presence of armed conflicts, political instability, corruption and other factors that can adversely affect the social stability.
Corruption: Any form of corruption that may affect the conduct of anti-slavery practices, increase government instability or undermine the government, law enforcement or law enforcement agencies. Stability of Government: Countries with conflict and wars. With less corruption and conflict, it will start to increase dramatically. Gross Domestic Product (GDP): The country’s GDP is partially assessed to determine whether a particular country or region has the proceeds of organizations that can create jobs and control the human rights’ violations.
Formal Education: The level of education available: It specifies the educational opportunities available and the high level of education provided to the members of the public. Access to education: Who, within the community, has an access to education and at what level; restrictions may include a person’s wealth, gender or the social class that a person belongs to.
Culture: Labor culture: Acceptance of unpaid work through customary or customary practices (such as along in Congo) and rules imposed on employees and working conditions (such as: age limits, working hours, etc.).
Need: Availability of much-needed resources: The availability of places that can be used by slave workers (i.e. mines, forests). The need for slavery: The demand for all forms of slavery in the region includes sexual slavery, forced labor, debt bondage, compensation, forced marriage, child labor and victims of amputation, trafficked slaves and any other form of slavery.
Demand for goods made through slave labor: The demands of private consumers and business in the region, in government and abroad.
Business: Market price: The market price of anything in which a slave can be exploited (e.g. labor, prostitution and organs transplantation). Benefits of slavery: The acquisition of any objections to the use of slavery, without these factors slavery would be of greater benefit than the legal means.
Family and Livelihood Resources: Access to the financial services: An access to the fraudulent banks to obtain loans and appropriate education for financial services (both of which help in preventing the debt performance). Employment opportunities: Unemployment rate and legal employment opportunities available; determine whether members of the public are likely to seek employment opportunities through slave labor or not. Quality of Life: The standard of living of the community members, this is about job opportunities and life expectancy.
Technology: The spread and use of technology by anti-slave actors and traffickers and slave owners — can be used for the benefit of any group.
How Slavery has impacted the lives of people
However, as anyone is somehow aware of the social conditions in modern America, we still face the “color line problem.” The dream that racial differences will one day become an insignificant phase in our public life now seems unfulfilled. In cities across the country, and the rural areas of the Old South, the situation for black people is very unfavorable, especially those of black workers whose situation is worsening and deteriorating with the passage of time. No one can completely deny this, yet there is controversy over what can and should be done. And critical people do not deny that crime, drug addiction, family breakdown, unemployment, poor performance at school, social dependence and the rampant decay in these societies cause damage to our society immeasurably, proportional to what can be found elsewhere in the West.
The Relationship between Modern Slavery and Retail Industry
Much attention is needed to address the issues of human trafficking in the modeling industry and slave labor in the clothing industry. We present to you the various programs that work to combat the modern-day slavery.
New York, UNITED STATES – It is shocking to believe that slavery still exists today! With 27 million people enslaved worldwide, it is very important – and part of our work – to bring awareness to the modern-day slaves in the hope of ending this cruelty in the world………………….
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