About Human Trafficking

 

Human Trafficking is Modern Day Slavery.

Human Trafficking is the use of force, fraud, or coercion to compel a person into commercial sex or labor against their will.

Traffickers use physical, mental, sexual, and emotional abuse to manipulate or threaten victims into exploitation.

May your awareness lead to action, each step bringing us closer to a world without slavery.

Types of Trafficking in Persons: 
Sex Trafficking & Labor Trafficking
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SEX TRAFFICKING

Forcing, deceiving, or
coercing a person to perform
a commercial sex act.

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FORCED LABOR

Forcing a person to work in captivity for little or no pay.

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BONDED LABOR

 Forcing a person to work
for low wages to pay back
an impossible debt.

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INVOLUNTARY DOMESTIC SERVITUDE

Forcing a person to work
and live in the same place
for little or no pay.

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CHILD SOLDIERS

Forcing a child to participate
in an armed force.

How They Are Trafficked:

Traffickers use different methods of means and coercions to recruit and exploit victims.
When we know how people are trafficked, we are empowered to prevent exploitation.

Known Way Survivors Were Trafficked Globally:

1. False Job Advertisement 

2. Sold By Family

3. Romeo Pimp

4. Trafficked By Friend

5. Abduction

6. Other

7. False Immigration

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If You Suspect Trafficking Please Call

The National Human Trafficking Hotline

1-888-373-7888

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION RESOURCES:

2020 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report

Polaris Project

U.S. Department of State 

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