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Anti-Trafficking Program


Since 2003, our organization has been running the Against Human Trafficking program and provides support to victims of human trafficking:

  • Social supportmediation with other institutions, information on important issues, etc.

  • Legal aid: primary legal assistance is provided on topical issues.

  • Psychological support: obvious consultations of psychologists or psychotherapists.​

What is Human Trafficking?

Trafficking in human beings is the recruitment, transportation, transfer, concealment or acceptance of persons by intimidation, use of force or other forms of coercion, extortion, deception, fraud, abuse of position or vulnerability, or payment or acceptance of money or other benefits in order to obtain another person's benefit. consent of the controlling person to exploit. It is the exploitation of another person for prostitution, forced labor or services, slavery, service (UN, 2000).

Forms of human trafficking:

  • Sexual exploitation

  • Slavery (exploitation in manual labor)

  • Exploitation to commit crimes

  • Organ trade

  • Forced marriages

  • Begging

  • Child pornography

  • Exploitation of women for surrogacy

  • Exploitation of children in the military, etc.

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