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Human Trafficking 
Worldwide

Human trafficking is a business that generates billions in revenue. The International Labour Organization (ILO) estimates that human trafficking generates around 150 billion dollars a year. A large proportion of this comes from the sex industry.

What is Human Trafficking?

Internationally recognised definition:
 

"Recruiting, offering, transferring, procuring, harbouring or receiving human beings for the purpose of exploitation."
 

It is characterised by the fact that people are disposed of like objects or goods that can be bought and sold at will.

 

Exploitation can include sexual exploitation, labour exploitation or the removal of bodily organs.

The perpetrators take advantage of their victims' poverty and lack of prospects as well as their hope for a better future to deceive and recruit them with false promises of work or marriage opportunities in another country. They may then enter this destination country legally or illegally.

However, the victims are then forced into a relationship of dependency and exploited through debt bondage, coercion or violence. Ultimately, they are deprived of their autonomy and their freedom of choice and movement and lose any right of self-determination over their bodies.

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150

Billions 
Yearly Revenue

40'000'000

Vicitms worldwide

2'500'000

New Victims per year

75%

of the victimes are 
women and children

"You can choose to look away. But you can never again say that you didn't know."

William Willberforce

"I am only one, but I am one. I can't do everything, but I can do something. And I will not allow what I cannot do to contradict what I can do"

Edward Everrett Hale

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Our international team has been committed to helping victims of human trafficking, especially forced prostitution, for years. glowbalact creates jobs and offers victims professional integration and individual support.
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Have you personally been affected by human trafficking or exploitation, or have you witnessed it?

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