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What is human trafficking?

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Human Trafficking-The Hidden
What is human trafficking?
-Did you know?-
-Human Trafficking is the second largest source of illegal income worldwide
-
1.2 million
children are trafficked every year
-
600,000-800,000
men,women and children are trafficked across international borders each year
-At least
20.9 million
people are victims of forced labour worldwide.

-
www.stopthetraffik.org
-Asia Pacific -
250,000
-Latin American + Caribbean -
550,000
-Africa -
200,000
-Transition economies -
200,000
-Developed,industrialized economies -
n\a
-TOTAL - 1,200,000
HOW CAN
WE
CHANGE THIS?
-The media has a big part in changing this issue. The media should talk about human trafficking to inform people and raise their awareness about human trafficking so people know how big this problem is.



Human Trafficking is the world's fastest growing global crime
Why does human trafficking exist?
1.-Poverty
2.-Debt
3.-Addiction
4.-Political instability and natural disasters
5.-Demand

-
www.invisibletraffick.org
Child trafficking
Children are trafficked for forced labor, domestic work, as child soldiers, as camels jockeys, for begging, work on constructions sites and plantations but most children are trafficked for sexual exploitation.

-www.ungift.org
WHAT CAN THE MEDIA DO?
-We as youth can change
the way our peers think about global issues such as human trafficking.
Human trafficking is an organized criminal activity in which human beings are treated as possessions to be controlled and exploited (as by being forced into prostitution or involuntary labor)
Numbers of trafficked children
-International Labor Organization (ILO)
-By using the hash tag
#findthehidden
we can get youth more engaged in the issue of human trafficking
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