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From: Reveal toolkit: Migration and trafficking

Tools helping people to think through the risks and opportunities of migration, to address the impacts of migration on communities, to reduce vulnerability to human trafficking and help communities to support survivors of trafficking

Is people trafficking something that is talked openly about in your community?

Are men and/or women from your community going missing? Are they leaving with the offer of work or a better life somewhere else? Are children going missing? Are their parents talking about it?

Which people in your community are vulnerable to be exploited by others?

Are there survivors of trafficking in your community? How are they treated? Are they loved, protected and supported by the church and other Christian organisations?

This resource helps you consider these questions and start thinking about solutions to challenges they might bring up.

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