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									   STOP
TRAFFICKING
      OF
 HUMAN BEINGS
STOP TRAFFICKING NOW!
 People trafficking is the fastest
  growing means by which people
  are enslaved, the fastest growing
  international crime, and one of the
  largest sources of income for
  organized crime.
  The UN Office on Drugs and Crime
INTERNATIONAL TRAFFICKING
 600,000-800,000 men, women and
  children are trafficked across
  borders every year. Approximately
  80 per cent are women and girls.
  Up to 50% are minors
  Estimate by The US State
  department
HELP SAVE OUR CHILDREN


1.2 million children are
 trafficked per year
 Estimate by UNICEF
FORCED LABOR
 At least 12.3 million people are
  victims of forced labor globally
  out of these- 2.4 million are a
  result of human trafficking.
 A global alliance against forced labor,
  International Labor Organization, 2005
HELP SAVE OUR MINORS
   600,000-800,000 men, women and
    children trafficked across international
    borders each year. Approximately 80 per
    cent are women and girls. Up to 50% are
    minors.
    US Department of State Trafficking in
    Persons Report 2005
CHILDREN CRY OUT
An estimated 1.2
 million children are
 trafficked each year.
UNICEF UK Child Trafficking Information sheet,
January 2003
POOREST COUNTRIES
 The majority of trafficked
  victims come from the poorest
  countries and poorest strata of
  the national population.
 A global alliance against forced labor, International Labor
  Organization, 2005
TRAPPED IN SLAVERY
 Trafficking is the fastest
  growing means by which
  people are caught in the
  trap of slavery.
  Anti-Slavery
ILLEGAL INCOME
 Human trafficking in the
  second largest source of
  illegal income worldwide
  exceeded only by drug
  trafficking.
 Belser 2005
INTERNATIONAL CRIME
 It is the fastest growing form of
  international crime, already
  generating in excess of 31 billion
  dollars per year in criminal
  proceeds.
  International labor organization (ILO)
HUMANS ARE NOT FOR SALE!
 There are even reports that
  some trafficking groups are
  switching their cargo from
  drugs to human beings, in a
  search of high profits at lower
  risk.
  Un office on drugs and crime
PEOPLE ARE FORCED
 People are trafficked into
  prostitution, begging, forced
  labor, military service,
  domestic service, forced illegal
  adoption, forced marriage etc.
TYPES OF RECRUITMENT
 include abduction, false
 agreement with parents, sold
 by parents, runaways, travel
 with family, orphans sold from
 street or institutions.
CNN REPORT ON SEX SLAVE
DURING THE WAR

    http://www.cnn.com/2008/WORLD/europe/
    07/22/sarajevo.rape/index.html?iref=newss
    earch
ISRAEL: POLICE BUST HUMAN
TRAFFICKING RING



http://news.bostonherald.com/news/international/middle_ea
st/view/2009_03_09_Israel:_Police_bust_human_trafficking
_ring/srvc=home&position=recent
EGYPTIAN COUPLE BRING GIRL,
10, TO THE US AS THEIR SLAVE

    http://www.venturacountystar
    .com/news/2009/jan/04/egyp
    tian-couple-bring-girl-10-to-
    us-as-their/
HOW TO BUY A CHILD IN 10 HOURS
   http://abcnews.go.com/Video/playerIndex?i
    d=5330271
The National Human Trafficking
       Resource Center

1-888-373-7888
urge congress to support funding
for victims of human trafficking:
   Please go to change.org to sign a petition, it will
    only take a few moments of your time to be
    involved in this crucial campaign and make a
    difference to many others

    http://www.change.org/actions/view/action_tell_th
    e_house_to_fund_crucial_services_for_human_tr
    afficking_survivors?alert_id=YqCXDsOVRZ
The shocking truth about human trafficking

   Hardly a thing of the past, slavery thrives in
    our world. Investigative reporter Benjamin
    Skinner tells Salon the shocking truth about
    human trafficking.
   http://www.salon.com/books/int/2008/03/27/
    slavery/

								
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