Global Rescue – Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is defined as the sale, transport and profit from human beings who are forced to work for others; is the modern equivalent of slavery. Against their will, millions of people around the world are forced to work for the profit of others, for example by begging, prostitution, involuntary servitude, working in sweatshops and even becoming child solders.

 

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There are over 27 million people held in slavery today, about double that of any other time in human history.

 

Of these 27 million people, about 85% are females and over 13 million of them are children, just about one half. The modern slave trade makes about $34 billion dollars a year. The majority of sex trafficking victims are runaway teenagers.

Sex Trafficking:
The average age of entry into porn and prostitution is 12 years old. The sale of child pornography has become over a $3 Billion a year industry. 1 out of 5 pornographic images is of a child with over 100,000 websites offering child pornography. 55% of internet child pornography comes from the U.S.

Taken from a Human Trafficking Organization Web Site