‘I was trafficked, I survived. What would you do if it was your daughter, son, brother or sister? Read this book, it will answer some of your questions’ UK Trafficking Survivor and friend of STOP THE TRAFFIK
The world is just acknowledging trafficking as the world’s fastest growing crime with an increase in hard hitting headlines and challenging debates. Sometimes just understanding the causes, issues and statistics can seem like a scary and challenging task. STOP THE TRAFFIK’s new book: STOP THE TRAFFIK: People Shouldn’t be Bought or Sold has been written to help you understand this hidden world.
STOP THE TRAFFIK: People Shouldn’t be Bought or Sold is a story of the human suffering, pain and abuse affecting millions of men, women and children all around the world. It is a story relevant to every community, every second of every day. It is the story of people without human rights.
It is also a story of hope.
Around the world, together we have shown that
on a big scale
make a huge difference.
To help you continue your fight against trafficking, this book gives you plenty of ideas so you can make traffik free choices and learn how as communities and individuals, to ACT and help STOP THE TRAFFIK
‘It is important that society does not turn a blind eye to this issue. It can be happening on the street where you live, work or socialize. Law enforcement agencies across the world are focusing on this on-going tragedy and they need the help of friends, neighbours and people in agencies. Don’t turn a blind eye’
Andy Baker (2009) Deputy Director UK. Serious Organised Crime Agency
Using an engaging mix of real-life stories and bite-size factoids, this thought-provoking book successfully transforms a complicated, horrific global problem into an understandable local fight.
As Emma Thompson says ‘make no mistake about it, trafficking is torture. It must not be allowed to continue – this book will help you to do your part, so please, please buy it and join the fight’
Please click here to buy your copy http://www.stopthetraffik.org/shop/book.aspx
If you cannot buy the book, why not ask your local library – in your school, university, town, or place of work to stock it.