Human trafficking, or inducing people by guile or force to move away from home to work for little or no money, often under abusive conditions, emerged as a major issue after the breakup of the Soviet Union. Since 1994, the International Organization for Migration has been working against the practice. Confronting issues like illegal mining in South America and the forced prostitution of women from the former Yugoslavia, the organization’s field offices around the world have conceived awareness campaigns tailored to particular countries and cultures.

Please take a moment and click on the link to see the campaigns against human trafficking. Country by Country…