The health and wellbeing of our body is one of the main issues at the heart of the campaign to end human trafficking and the trafficking of human beings, the International Rescue Committee (IRC) said on Friday.
“This is a key part of our campaign to bring the plight of human trafficking to light,” IRC Executive Director David Griffiths told reporters at the launch of the new ‘i Care’ campaign, which aims to highlight the importance of addressing this issue in the context of a global health response.
“It’s also vital that governments and the international community take immediate action to prevent human trafficking.”
While there has been a steady increase in the number of international cases of human smuggling in recent years, it is not yet clear whether it has increased significantly.
The IRC estimates that more than 3,500 people are trafficked each day from the United States, Canada, Mexico and Central America to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for forced labour and prostitution.
The number of trafficking victims worldwide has grown from less than 2,000 in 2005 to more than 4,000 this year.
The majority of those victims are children and women.
Human trafficking can occur in many forms, including domestic servitude, forced labour, and forced marriage.
The UN says trafficking of women and children constitutes one of its top three biggest threats to global development.
We have to be better at identifying the source of these problems, because that will ultimately lead to change.” “
We have to understand the roots of human exploitation, which are rooted in our culture, our way of life and our values.
We have to be better at identifying the source of these problems, because that will ultimately lead to change.”
The new campaign will focus on three key areas: the health, economic and social wellbeing of people in the United Kingdom, Australia, the United Nations and other countries.
It will also focus on the economic and development implications of human-trafficking-related crises.
“These issues are not just happening on the ground in the U.K., in the UK, in the Netherlands or other places, these are happening on an international scale,” Griffiths added.
And that will include the governments of the U to help develop a national strategy to tackle human trafficking in the next decade.”