No More Traffik
Human trafficking is the deception, movement and exploitation of human beings for profit. It is a globally organised crime with an estimated 29 million people currently enslaved worldwide. And what you may not realise is that human trafficking happens here, in Northern Ireland. People are trafficked into, out of and around "our wee country". It happens in cities like Belfast and Derry. It happens in towns like Portadown, Kilkeel and Bangor. And it happens in rural areas and farms too. No More Traffik began as a living-room conversation between friends in early 2012. Since then we have become part of a global network and developed three strong goals: influence, awareness and action, that underpin all that we do. Thank you for visiting our page and please donate or start fundraising to support our work!
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