The National Office Of Combating Trafficking In Humans Qatar



Company: The National Office Of Combating Trafficking In Humans Doha
Description: Government
Telephone: Office: 4678952; Fax: No Information Available; Mobile: 5559030
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City: Doha
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Filename: the-national-office-of-combating-trafficking-in-humans
County and City: Doha, Doha
Country: State of Qatar, Dawlat Qatar









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Sandra Simich, 24.12.2008

Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is the recruitment, transportation, harbouring, or receipt of people for the purposes of slavery, forced labor (including bonded labor or debt bondage), and servitude.

The total annual revenue for trafficking in persons is estimated to be between $5 billion and $9 billion.

The Council of Europe states that "[p]eople trafficking has reached epidemic proportions over the past decade, with a global annual market of about $42.5 billion."Trafficking victims typically are recruited using coercion, deception, fraud, the abuse of power, or outright abduction. Threats, violence, and economic leverage such as debt bondage can often make a victim consent to exploitation. Exploitation includes forcing people into prostitution or other forms of sexual exploitation, forced labour or services, slavery or practices similar to slavery, servitude or the removal of organs.

For children, exploitation may also include forced prostitution, illicit international adoption, trafficking for early marriage, or recruitment as child soldiers, beggars, for sports (such as child camel jockeys or football players), or for religious cults.


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