There are an estimated 40 million human trafficking victims worldwide.
Human Trafficking generates £150+ Billion annually.
Every 30 seconds a person is trafficked
The average age of entry into prostitution is 12 years
Trafficking is… to be taken against your will, bought, sold and exploited for the sex industry, nail bars, car washes, building sites, domestic servitude and more… 80% of victims are women and 50% are children. Men are trafficked too for work in agriculture/heavy manual labour..
Trafficking is…where victims usually suffer repeated abuse, physical violence, psychological control, fear, threats to themselves and their families. The same person can be sold and resold many times.
Read local and national newspapers for current news and stats
Read recommended books and articles
Watch human trafficking films
Attend day seminars/conferences
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Victims and their families
Those taking action against traffickers
Those with power to pass legislation against traffickers
Wisdom and compassion for those helping victims to rebuild their lives
The demand for illicit sex to cease.
Shop with discernment
Contact your MP and raise concerns
Prayer walk/drive (during the day)