Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking

Date: July 27, 2009
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According to the IOM, trafficking can be seen as consisting of three main  stages: recruitment,  transportation; harbor and exploitation.   Due to its porous borders, persistent gender inequalities and large economy, most trafficked individuals end up in South Africa, were they are most often put to work in bonded labour or forced prostitution. They work in squalid conditions, with no or little pay. The fear is that with the imminent 2010 World Cup in South Africa, the number of trafficked individuals will increase leading up to and through the duration of the games.



Event Time Venue
Human Trafficking 9.30  Arrival
10.00 – 12.00  Face to face discussion and launch of WLSA’s Red Light 2010 Campaign
Ekurhuleni Head Office, Germiston


Loveness Jambaya Nyakujarah
Tel:  011 622 2877

Adwoa Osei À“ Asibey
Tel:  011 622 2877

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