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Human Trafficking


Human Trafficking is the abuse of children,
women, and men for their bodies and labour.
It’s modern-day slavery.




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Labour TraffickinG

Forcing a person to work in captivity for little or no pay.




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Forcing, deceiving, or coercing a person to perform a commercial sex act. 




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Slavery By The Numbers


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49.6 million people enslaved in the world today.


R258 trillion rand industry


Human trafficking is the fastest growing criminal industry in the world, generating more than £113 billion pounds per year.


2.8 / 1,000 people in Africa


An estimated 136,000 people in the United Kingdom are living in modern slavery. In the UK more than 70% of adult victims identified anually are male. The most common form of exploitation in the UK is forced labour.


64% trafficked victims are children.


In 2022, the top nationalities of victims identified were from Albania, Eritrea, UK, Sudanese, Vietnamese, Iranian, Indian, Somali, Iraqi & Ethiopian.


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Suspect trafficking might be taking place? Call 08000 121 700

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Suspect trafficking might be taking place? Call 08000 121 700

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Learn The Signs



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Signs of Trafficking

Look for clues that identify a possible
victim of modern-day slavery.
Controlled by another person

They are accompanied by a controlling person, and do not speak on his or her own behalf, but instead defer to another person.

Controlled Movement

They are transported to or from work, or live and work at the same place. They show signs that their movements are being controlled.

Lack of Earnings

They are unable to keep his or her earnings: it is “withheld for safekeeping.” In many cases, the person owes a debt they are working to pay off.   

Foreign, Unfamiliar with the Language

They have recently arrived in the country and do not speak the language of the country—or they only know sex-related or labor-related words.

Overly Fearful, depressed, submissive behavioUr

They are frightened to talk to outsiders and authorities since they are closely monitored and controlled by their trafficker(s). They may be fearful, anxious, depressed, overly submissive, and may avoid eye contact.

Bad health & Malnutrition

They may have signs of abuse or signs of being denied food, water, sleep, and/or medical care.

Lack of Identification

They are not in possession of their passports, identification, or legal documents.

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Signs of Physical ABuse

They may have bruises, scars, and other signs of physical abuse and torture. Victims of human trafficking are often beaten in areas that will not damage their appearance, such as their lower back.

Substance Abuse

They may show signs of drug use or drug addiction. They can be forced or coerced into drug use by his or her traffickers, or turn to substance abuse to help cope with his or her enslavement.

Lack of Trust

They may be distrustful and suspicious. A victim of human trafficking may act as if they distrust any person who offers them assistance or attempts to converse with them.

Lack of Personal Belongings

They may have few or no personal possessions.

Signs of Dependence

They may demonstrate affection, attachment, or dependence toward their abuser.

Deceived by a False Job Offer

Their actual job is different from the advertised job they had accepted.

Feelings of Being Trapped

They feel that they are unable to leave their current situation.

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Our Solution


All over the world, the cycle of
trafficking is breaking. And one life at
a time, this is how we end slavery. 




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"No one person can do everything but every one of us can do something."

– Christine Caine, A21 Advocate & Co-Founder

"No one person can do

everything but every one
of us can do something."

– Christine Caine, A21 Advocate & Co-Founder



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Our Work in The United Kingdom


Because human trafficking looks
different everywhere we work, so do we.
Take a closer look at our proven solutions:


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Communicating to diverse audiences about the problem of human trafficking and how everyone can be a part of the solution.


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Human Trafficking Awareness ProgramME

Three sessions of videos, activities and information that can be used to educate and mobilise groups of people to action.


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Can You See Me?

A public awareness campaign that shows common scenarios of human trafficking that may be encountered and provides tools to report suspicions.


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An annual day of global awareness and local action in the fight against human trafficking.


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Victim Identification Operations

Proactive efforts to identify and assist victims of human trafficking, often in partnership with local law enforcement.


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Professional Trainings

Training individuals in professions most likely to encounter potential trafficking victims to equip them to identify the warning signs and respond.


Our programmes are designed to work together, but can also stand alone–filling critical gaps in the countries and communities we work in.

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These are every day actions
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Equip yourself with the facts about human trafficking and tell others.


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Learn about human trafficking and how you can be part of the solution through our Human Trafficking Awareness Program.

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Explore A21’s global awareness campaign, Can You See Me? To equip yourself to identify warning signs and learn how to make a report if you suspect trafficking might be taking place.

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Learn about human trafficking any time, anywhere with our fully online course– Human Trafficking: A Global Crisis.

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The fight against slavery begins with you in your local community.
Discover ways you can rally the community around you to join the mission of freedom.


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 Join us in one of A21's offices around the world, to learn more about how to fight human trafficking on a global scale.  

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Plan an awareness event to inspire your friends and mobilise them to take action.

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Inform your community with information about the realities of human trafficking through A21's educational programs and awareness resources.

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Give and join us on the frontlines in the fight against slavery.


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Support A21's work around the globe to reduce vulnerability, assist victims, and restore survivors.

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