Tuesday, July 28, 2020

COVID-19 will not stop 'business as usual' in .... Human Trafficking in Emergencies. July 30 as World Day Against Trafficking in Persons.






Human Trafficking in Emergencies

Protection


Every year, thousands of men, women, and children fall into the hands of traffickers for sexual exploitation and forced labor. Emergencies put victims of human trafficking at risk of further exploitation. Border closures, travel restrictions, and resource cutbacks due to the pandemic have made it even more difficult for first responders to identify trafficking, council victims, and seek justice.

The United Nations observes July 30 as World Day Against Trafficking in Persons. We encourage you to take action by learning more about this grave violation of human rights. This free,10-minute training provides guidance on identifying the signs of trafficking and supporting survivors.

By learning how to recognize and take appropriate actions to respond, we can help put an end to human trafficking.






This interactive guide was created in partnership with The Salvation Army.



Learner Review
"Very informative. We together can put a stop to this heinous crime. See something, say something.” —Jo J.

★★★★★





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