BLOGEmpowering foreign workers to report Human Trafficking Crimes

Without a clearly defined victim-centred approach, the proposed Bill that aims to combat human trafficking, will not be effective.

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1 Human trafficking is the exploitation of human beings to make money.
2 Victims are most commonly trafficked into forced labour, forced sex work, and forced domestic work.
3 Human trafficking is one of the fastest growing criminal activities in the world making US$ 32 billion every year.
4 The ILO estimates that there are more than 20 million people living as modern slaves worldwide.
5 Traffickers prey on those who dream of a better future. Victims can be men, women, or children made vulnerable from lack of money or opportunities from work or study.

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