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  1. Searching for and luring in potential victims.
  • At this point the victim’s self esteem has been broken and they are susceptible to any form of emotional, psychological or physical manipulation. In case the victim attempts to get out they will be threatened to be exposed to family and friends. The victim will feel isolated from their life and feel as if this is the only way to provide for their family and self.

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Abolishing human trafficking doesn’t just take a few of us, or a lot of us. It takes all of us.

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