Many people have heard the term Human Trafficking, but fewer understand what it really means. Watch this quick video lesson to learn more.
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In every country around the world, people are working for little or no pay, controlled by threats, debt, and violence. We call it by many names, but it amounts to the same thing: modern slavery. Slavery is illegal everywhere, but it continues to thrive because so many of us:
Don’t understand it • Don’t want to think about it • Don’t know how to change it
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“As per a study on human trafficking, the state of Jharkhand has emerged as India’s trafficking hub with thousands of tribal women and girls being trafficked out of the state each year to Delhi, Punjab, Haryana and beyond [while] human traffickers are also involved in many cases of missing children.” –Learn more: Call Shakti Vahini or the national helpline Childline to report human trafficking of tribal girls and women | Full report: The Wire (2 June 2020) | High susceptibility of children in tourism locations >>
World Day Against Trafficking in Persons 30 July
The stories of human trafficking survivors illustrate the impact of survivor engagement and the need for victim empowerment – each story shows the motivation to engage in anti-trafficking efforts. Many victims of human trafficking have experienced ignorance or misunderstanding in their attempts to get help.| Learn more >>