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Today is the UNODC World Day Against Trafficking in Persons 2020. We know that trafficking happens everywhere. From remote rural locations to busy cities and suburban towns – traffickers scope out vulnerable demographics.

By learning how to #SpotTheSigns and who to contact if you see something that doesn’t look right, you can help prevent exploitation from happening in your community. While many signs are covert and not always easy to learn, there are a number of key indicators that are common across all types of exploitation. 

Challenge yourself to learn them all and take our #SpotTheSigns quiz.

 

Imagine you are away for the weekend on a city break. Could you spot the signs of human trafficking on your trip? Take our quiz to find out.

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If you spot something that doesn't look right

If you are concerned you’ve witnessed trafficking, it is important you report it to the appropriate organisation, so long as you feel that it is safe to do so. In an emergency, always contact the police. Click here for a full list of organisations to call in your area.

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