JULY is freedom month. Set the captives free.
Abbie's is an anti-slavery movement dedicated to providing a safe environment for those rescued from human-trafficking, through Abbie's houses in Germany
Human trafficking is a modern-day form of slavery. An estimated 2.5 million people are in forced labour (including s*xual exploitation) at any given time as a result of trafficking. An estimated 1.2 million children are trafficked each year. 95% of victims experienced physical or s*xual violence during trafficking (based on data from selected European countries). Over the past 15 years, "trafficking in persons" and "human trafficking" have been used as umbrella terms for activities involved when someone obtains or holds a person in compelled service. The United States government considers trafficking in persons to include all of the criminal conduct involved in forced labor and s*x trafficking, essentially the conduct involved in reducing or holding someone in compelled service. Under the Trafficking Victims Protection Act as amended (TVPA) and consistent with the United Nations Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children (Palermo Protocol), individuals may be trafficking victims regardless of whether they once consented, participated in a crime as a direct result of being trafficked, were transported into the exploitative situation, or were simply born into a state of servitude. Despite a term that seems to connote movement, at the heart of the phenomenon of trafficking in persons are the many forms of enslavement, not the activities involved in international transportation.
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