Jan5TueCheck out our Spot the Methods of Slavery and Human Trafficking Poster. January 5, 2021Week 1 – Stand Up – Day 4
The United Nations defines human trafficking as the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harboring, or receipt of persons by improper means (such as force, fraud, coercion, deception, abduction, abuse of power) for the purpose of exploitation (including forced labor, sexual exploitation, slavery, etc.) These “improper means” refers to different methods of recruitment that traffickers will relentlessly and ruthlessly employ. Check out our Spot the Methods of Slavery and Human Trafficking Poster highlighting 7 methods of recruitment that are used on individuals to entrap them in a trafficking situation.
Print out copies and hang them around your ministry unit in visible areas such as the back of bathroom stall doors, in waiting rooms for Family Services and Food Banks, in offices, on bulletin boards, and in children and youth rooms, everywhere.
Download Spot the Methods Poster