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Human trafficking is defined as the recruitment, movement, harbouring or receiving of children, women, or men through the use of force, coercion, abuse of vulnerability, deception, or other means for the purpose of exploitation.


Human Trafficking in persons is the acquisition of people by improper means such as force, fraud, or deception, with the aim of exploiting the individual. Traffickers do not discriminate against age, religion, class, sexual orientation, or disability, as victims are purely commodities in a global organised-crime industry.

THE ACT:  Recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt of a person or people.

THE MEANS: Threat or use of force, fraud, deception, coercion, abduction, vulnerability, abuse of power.

EXPLOITATION TYPES: Sexual. Domestic Servitude. Forced Labour. Forced Marriage. Forced Crime. Forced Begging. Organ Harvesting

50 MILLION:  People estimated enslaved across the world.  130,000+ in the UK

$150 BILLION  Organised global crime industry

1-IN-4 In Modern Slavery are children

99% Of victims sexually exploited are women and girls.

Modern slavery and human trafficking resources:
Walk Free Global Slavery Index
United Nation Office On Drugs and Crime
Commonwealth Modern Slavery Human Trafficking

If you need help or suspect someone is a potential victim of moderns slavery and human trafficking help is available
through the following resources.

24 Hour Confidential
Referral Helpline

0300 3038151 

Modern Slavery


08000 121 700

0800 555 111

Metropolitan Police Helpline:
0800 783 2589.

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