Human trafficking is a real threat and a threat that affects us all. Here’s a shocking statistic – 2.5 million people are now forced to work because of traffic. Want to know the unfortunate part? These include people who are forced into sexual exploitation. You might think that this problem only affects people in the Third World. There are reports that 127 countries are involved in trafficking for exploitation in 137 countries. These numbers tell us one thing – nobody is safe, especially if you’re a woman.
You can be sure if you know how to avoid becoming a victim of human trafficking. Here are some suggestions:
• Avoid travel to countries known for human trafficking.
Many tourists are kidnapped in these countries. If you can avoid these countries.
• Avoid contact with the shadow of jobs.
If a job offer is too good to be true it probably is too good to be true. While a well paid job in a sound “exotic” in a convincing manner, avoiding jobs that are too dark. Not appear in a warehouse, as they were attending a concert by the modeling. Or it could end in the back of a truck to be sent to a kitten sex. At least do your research.
• Do not get drunk in a public place.
If you’re drunk, your judgment is clouded. Not in a position against a man who will give a box of a truck with polarized forces to defend.
• No hospitality.
This is just common sense. We teach our children not to talk to strangers. Of course, talk to strangers is inevitable when we are adults. But do not listen to offers from them. Give them the opportunity to harass. In this sense, does not accept drinks from strangers, even if you’re in a place known as the party of a friend or a bar.
• Read to cases of trafficking in human beings.
Nongovernmental organizations such as the FBI has a lot of resources on human trafficking. Increase spend your knowledge and learn these things in general. This can help you be more careful.
• Learn self-defense.
You can walk along the road together in the back of a truck in a few seconds the eyes. This is because they want to be fast. If you know how to defend yourself, you can only go forward, for fear of being discovered.
Best of all, have faith in common sense and common sense, so you can avoid becoming victims of trafficking in human beings.