It is the illegal trade of human beings for the purposes of
commercial sexual exploitation or reproductive slavery, or forced labour or
it called nowadays as modern-day slavery.
the illegal use of a variety of means.
to force an individual (the trafficked).
to relinquish his/her personal freedom.
for the profit of another person (the trafficker).
often, simply considered “involuntary servitude” or “modern-day slavery.”
Human Trafficking = the act of tricking, luring, or forcing a person into
leaving their home to work for little or no payment.
Modern day slavery.
People are bought, sold, and traded.
for the purpose of sexual exploitation or forced labor.
commercial abuse of children
massage parlors, hostess clubs, brothels, escort services, commercial phone
sex & internet dating
domestic work & child care
-small-scale factory work
-sweatshops & farms of multinational corps
-agricultural & landscape work
◦ Promised a “better life”
◦ “Help” immigrating
◦ Fake jobs
◦ No negative aspects
Rarely fed, washed, no medical attention.
Beaten, raped, drugged.
Passports confiscated .
Generally FEMALES - young girls.
CHILDREN are born for the specific purpose being sold.
MENS are often targets and are used in forms of forced labor.
Especially girl who run away from home (homeless), are great risk of
being targeted by a pimp (or traffickers) and becoming exploited.
Get educated on the issue!
Keep your eyes and ears open for evidence of human
trafficking or enslavement.
Tell your friends, family and community leaders about human
trafficking and its impacts. Ask them to join you in taking
action to prevent it.
Get involved in the fight against Human Trafficking!
Tell your friends, family and community leaders about human trafficking
and its impacts. Ask them to join you in taking action to prevent it.
Be an informed consumer by finding out where products come from and
the conditions of those who make them before you buy.
Don't buy products you suspect are made in sweatshops or by child labour.
Don't support businesses known to exploit people.
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Even if a potential victim doesn’t want help,
call: 1 - 8 8 8 - 3 7 3 -788 8,
To report suspected trafficking;
the tip can save lives.
The majority of trafficking victims (teenager) are between 18 and 24 years
An estimated 1.2 million children are trafficked each year.
Many trafficking victims have at least middle-level education.
It is second place after drug trafficking as the most profitable illegal
industry in the world.
Researchers note that sex trafficking plays a major role in the spread of
600,000 to 800,000 people were trafficked across international borders
every year, of which 70 per cent were women and 50 per cent children –
mostly for commercial sex trade.
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