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There are many forms of human trafficking

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Sexual exploitation

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Domestic servitude

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Labour exploitation

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Forced marriage

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Organ Harvesting

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Forced criminality

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Drug trade

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Child soldiers

What we do

Data gathering & analysis

Intelligence-Led Prevention

Intelligence-Led Prevention

We are building a rich picture of the trends, hotspots, routes and networks of human trafficking on a global scale. With greater intelligence, we are generating targeted action to disrupt human trafficking networks at their source.

Global Collaboration

Resilience Building

Resilience Building

We are building a strong network of individuals and organisations around the world. Working hand-in-hand with this network, we are building global resilience in communities that are vulnerable to human trafficking.

Knowledge Sharing

Awareness Raising

Awareness Raising

Human trafficking is a clandestine crime; being able to spot the signs is critical. We offer a number of resources and bespoke awareness courses for individuals and organisations alike, including schools, businesses and frontline professionals.

Risk Analysis

Business Risk Analysis

Business Risk Analysis

Human trafficking and modern slavery pose a huge risk for businesses and financial institutions. We support businesses in mitigating this risk in numerous ways, including bespoke awareness courses, supply chain risk mapping and developing resources.

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Tom Higgens of @STOPTHETRAFFIK:

Scraping means balancing rights - even in an anti-human-trafficing context, they are other human rights to consider, like an individual's right to privacy.  
You can choose what to retain, e.g. STT try to anonymise before retaining scraped data

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