THERE ARE MORE THAN 4 MILLION VICTIMS OF SEX TRAFFICKING GLOBALLY. 

1 MILLION OF THESE VICTIMS ARE CHILDREN.

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“One child missing is one too many.” - John Walsh

Human trafficking, or trafficking in persons, is one of the most heinous crimes imaginable, often described as a modern day form of slavery.

Human trafficking involves the recruitment, transportation, harbouring and/or exercising control, direction or influence over the movements of a person in order to exploit that person, typically through sexual exploitation or forced labour.

Victims, mostly women and children, are deprived of their normal lives and compelled to provide labour or sexual services, through a variety of coercive practices, all for the direct profit of their perpetrators. Exploitation often occurs through intimidation, force, sexual assault and threats of violence to the victims or their families.

Sex trafficking, according to the United Nation’s International Labour Organization, is a $99 BILLION-a-year global industry. The exploitation of more that one million children accounts for more that 20 percent of those profits. 

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The International Labour Organization estimates that 99% of the adults and children forced into sexual exploitation in 2016 are FEMALE.

Roughly 8,000 children go missing per year; that’s ONE child EVERY 41 SECONDS.

In a 2019 report, the State Department found the top three nations of origin for human trafficking victims were the United States, Mexico and the Philippines. It does not break that figure down for sex trafficking alone. 

More than 70% of sex trafficking victims were located in Asia and the Pacific, compared with 14% in Europe and Central Asia and 4% in the Americas. 

Though the number of victims is highest in Asia, the annual profits per victim were highest in developed countries because traffickers can charge more for sex acts.

The International Labour Organization estimates annual rates of around $80,000 per victim in developed countries and $55,000 in the Middle East. 

According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, 1 in 7 of the more than 23,500 runaways reported were likely victims of child sex trafficking.

Profits from forced sexual labor are estimated at $99 BILLION worldwide.

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- Amber Nichole Miller