1. Two women travel to Singapore. They are both American citizens. On the way there, Mary says to Sheila: “let’s find some hot young –underage- men.” Once they arrive, Sheila gets food poisoning and Mary, being the good friend that she is, takes care of her all week. They could not finish what they were hoping to accomplish.
  2. Three Canadian citizens traveled to Uganda. While there one of the men raped the woman, while the other witnessed the event. Suppose Uganda requests the extradition of these three men and suppose that Canada and Uganda have a bilateral agreement. Would the Canadian government extradite?
  3. A Canadian woman traveled to Costa Rica for a vacation. While there she engaged in sexual intercourse with a 12-year boy. They had consensual sex and after it was done, she left him a pack of Lifesavers and a Nintendo gaming system as a thank you note.
  4. Analyze the international justice response to global sex tourism and explain the differences in how the Canadian and the US justice systems address this problem.
  5. What are the requirements for extradition from Canada?
  6. Two college pals, Paul and Stewart travel to Vietnam for Spring Break. Paul is Canadian and Stewart is American. Both happen to tale part in unconsensual sex with young boys.
  7. Daryl, a Canadian citizen, goes to Singapore for a normal vacation. The trip was set up through an American tourist agency, which does not sponsor sex tourism. While on his vacation, Daryl commits numerous conducts with a 13-year old prostitute.
  8. What is human trafficking and what is the Canadian justice response?
  9. Fred, an 18-year old Canadian, travels to an international band camp every year in Barbados. While there, Fred becomes a counselor and develops a close relationship with a 14-year old female camper. In this relationship, Fred begins to give the girl small tokes of affection. After several weeks, they engage in consented sex.
  10. A 40-year old Canadian man goes to Morocco and engages in consented sex with a 14-year old girl. Afterwards he cooks her couscous and she brings dessert. Her father barges in and attacks the man. Terrified, the 40-year old man leaves the girl’s house and returns to Canada.
  11. What are the requirements for the human trafficking offence in Canada? Do you agree or disagree? What are the differences between the US and the Canadian approach?
  12. Two Canadians book a sex tour package through a travel agency in Canada. Once they arrive in the Dominican Republic, one has consensual sex with a thirteen year old. The other pays an 18 year old for sexual intercourse. How would this be different if the same situation involved two US citizens buying the sex tour package in the US?




Evaluation criteria

The criteria are formulated in the form of questions. A positive response must be given to the following questions in order to obtain full credit for each answer. The value of the evaluation criteria for each of the four questions is as stated after each of question.

1.         Did you answer the question comprehensively? Are all relevant problems discussed? Was the answer readable and well organized? Did you make connections between issues discussed in your answer? Did your answer show an understanding of the topic dealt with? Value of this criterion: 8 points for the question in section A, 6 points for the scenario in section B, and 5 points for the question in section C.

  1. Did your answer discuss problems by reference to theoretical issues learned during the course? Did your answer show an understanding of the appropriate readings or class discussions? Did your answer show an understanding of the discussions and issues arisen in class? Did your answer make reference to class discussions, activities, and readings? Value of this criterion: 4 points for the question in section A, 1 point for the scenario in section B, and 1 point for the question in section C.
  2. Is there a critical personal assessment of the topic discussed? Does the personal assessment show some originality? Value of this criterion: 3 points for the question in section A, 1 point for the scenario in section B, and 1 point for the question in section C.