For victims of Human Trafficking
Human trafficking is still a very topical issue today and is considered to be one of the most serious types of crime. In these cases, traffickers, through abusing their power, position and strength, are able to force the victims to engage in actions that, in addition to sometimes being considered a crime, leave the victims completely vulnerable and feeling helpless. Such acts may include prostitution or other sexual acts, labour exploitation, servitude, coerced domestic labour and loan-shark traps. This can happen locally or abroad, in an organised manner and often using deception. Due to the nature of the problem, escaping these situations is extremely difficult, but there is a solution, there is help available.