This year’s campaign - "Reach every victim of trafficking, leave no one behind" - aims to raise awareness of disturbing developments and trends identified by UNODC and calls on governments, law enforcement, public services, and civil society to assess and enhance their efforts to strengthen prevention, identify and support victims, and end impunity.
A social media package will be made available on Trello including key messages, videos and visuals which aims to educate on the topic, share facts of the latest Global Report on Trafficking in Persons, explain the theme, raise awareness of root causes of trafficking and what needs to be done better to reach every victim of trafficking.
We encourage everyone, Member States, NGOs, the private sector, all our partners, and stakeholders alike to join this year’s campaign on the World Day Against Trafficking in Persons.
لنصل لكل ضحايا الاتجار بالبشر، ولا نترك أحد خلف الركب
Reach every victim of trafficking, leave no one behind
Chaque victime de traite des êtres humains compte,
ne laisser personne de côté
Cada vítima de tráfico de pessoas importa:
não deixe ninguém para trás
Каждая жертва торговли людьми имеет значение,
никто не должен быть забыт
Llegar a todas las víctimas de trata de personas,
sin dejar a nadie atrás
Share, like and comment on the social media messages for the World Day.
Inform yourself about human trafficking.
If you see anything that you think might be related to a human trafficking crime, inform the police, or call a local anti-trafficking helpline. Remember, victims can be coerced in many ways. You could come across a victim anywhere, be it at work, traveling, or in your private life. If you are unsure, please err on the side of caution and inform responsible parties rather than ignore a potential victim.
Educate yourself to make your consumer choices and actions more ethical. While some decisions might be clearer than others, you can pledge not to purchase goods and services that could be linked directly or indirectly to sexual exploitation, forced labour or other forms of exploitative practices.
Find out what is being done in your community and see what you can do to help end human trafficking. Encourage everyone in your communities – friends, family, business partners, colleagues – to educate themselves about human trafficking.
By donating to the United Nations Voluntary Trust Fund for Victims of Human Trafficking, you can assist survivors of this crime in taking back their lives and rebuilding their futures. The Trust Fund provides vital assistance and protection to the victims of trafficking through specialized organizations across the globe.