The theme for the International Day of Prayer and Awareness against Trafficking in persons 2018 highlights the situation of human trafficking among people on the move: migrants, refugees and internal displaced people.
We are invited to enkindle a light against human trafficking for these brothers and sisters of ours. Let us enkindle our hearts and lives, so as to be a welcoming light of hope and encounter. Find the guidelines for the preparation of the prayer vigil. Read more.
In 2016, the estimates of modern slavery in Sub-Saharan Africa accounted for approximately 13.6 percent of the world’s total enslaved population. In Ghana, there are an estimated 103,300 people enslaved y, of which 85 percent are in forced labour (farming and fishing, retail sales, manual labour and factory work), and 15 percent are in forced marriage. In South Africa, the commercial sex industry, manual labour industries (construction, manufacturing and factory work), and drug trafficking are the sectors with greater slaves… Read more.
Are you or someone you know being trafficked? Is human trafficking happening in your community? Recognizing potential red flags and knowing the indicators of human trafficking is a key step in identifying more victims and helping them find the assistance they need. Read more…
Human trafficking is a crime that shames us all. Every year, thousands of men, women and children fall
into the hands of traffickers, in their own countries and abroad… Read more…
Human trafficking in the European Union (EU)
Info and graphics indicating the reality of human trafficking in EU , the form it takes in the member states, the percentage by gender and the number of victims, with graphics.
A fact sheet of the EU about the 5 myths about trafficking in human beings and the EU response.
Fact sheet of the antislavery organization on the conditions for a person to be in slavery; different forms of modern slavery; facts about slavery; how to end slavery? and what is being done to end slavery.