Human Trafficking - Documents (click images to view)
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What is Human Trafficking?

Response to Human Trafficking in Bangladesh, India, Nepal and
Sri Lanka

A web resource for combating Human Trafficking

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A Global Report on Trafficking in Persons

Human Trafficking Indicators

Factsheet on Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking - Videos (click images to view)
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One Life, No Price

Some of Bollywood's biggest stars have joined UNODC's efforts to curb human trafficking in India. Millions of moviegoers in India and world-wide have seen this two-minute video - aiming to sensitise viewers to this crime - which preceded the premiere of the new film, Welcome.

Prostitutes of God

Some parents in India practice the Devadasi tradition, selling their daughters into a life of prostitution,
often around the age of 10.

Bring Her Home

A courageous survivor documentary

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Breaking the Shackles

Child Prostitution
A Rescue Mission in Bombay

In Bombay, children as young as 9 are bought for up to 60,000 rupees, or US$2,000, at auctions where foreigners bid against Indian men who believe sleeping with a virgin cures gonorrhoea and syphilis

Stop Human Trafficking

Odanadi Seva Trust is a leading anti-trafficking organisation based in Mysore, south India. For over 20 years they have been working towards the empowerment of women and children through education and awareness, and providing a place of sanctuary for survivors of sexual and domestic slavery.

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OASS - The Dew Drop

OASS documents the turbulent journey of Kiku from the innocence of childhood to winning the battle for survival. Thousands of little girls are bartered for money each year to be shoved into the ever growing sex trade, making it one of the largest contraband businesses today.

STOP Trafficking and Oppression of Women & Children

Based in India, STOP aims at changing the systems that oppress and enslave children and women and to empowering survivors to use their lives and voices in a meaningful way.