CMMA with provocative display to create awareness on human trafficking

Dit item is gearchiveerd op 27-11-2021.

ORANJESTAD - On Friday, October 22, 2021, the Coordination Centrum for Human Traffic and Human Smuggling (CMMA) and the Chain Manager Venezuela (KMVEN) presented a provocative display containing the text “Illegal Employee; take advantage now!”

Logo Habri Bo Wowo (Open Your Eyes)For this occasion, an actress plays the role of a prostitute hired to model in the display, as prostitutes can also be victims of human traffic.

It is not unheard of for human traffic victims forced into sexual acts with the person they have a relationship with or family member or friend.

In this case, there is a relationship referred to as “loverboy” or “Romeo”. At the beginning of the relationship, everything seems normal. Over time the victims are manipulated into sexual acts for personal gain for the trafficker, either for money, drugs, or power.

Human trafficking is a crime against human rights and is punishable by law. Victims are bought or sold like sexual slaves, forcing them to work in many industries or remove their organs. These happen under threats, abuse, or deceit. Often, everything starts with a false promise, where the human traffickers exploit victims for profit or benefit.

For more information, visit www.habribowowo.com or Facebook “Habri Bo Wowo”, and the Coordination Centre Human Trafficking Migrant Smuggling Aruba (CMMA).

Display Coordination Centrum for Human Traffic and Human Smuggling (CMMA) and the Chain Manager Venezuela (KMVEN) presented a provocative display containing the text “Illegal Employee; take advantage now!”  Display Coordination Centrum for Human Traffic and Human Smuggling (CMMA) and the Chain Manager Venezuela (KMVEN) presented a provocative display containing the text “Illegal Employee; take advantage now!”  Display Coordination Centrum for Human Traffic and Human Smuggling (CMMA) and the Chain Manager Venezuela (KMVEN) presented a provocative display containing the text “Illegal Employee; take advantage now!”

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