Human Trafficking Quiz

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1. Human trafficking requires movement across a national border.

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1. Human trafficking requires movement across a national border.

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Human trafficking does not require transportation. It can take place within a city or a home. Human trafficking is characterized by exploitation, where an individual is made to perform labor or services through force, fraud or coercion. Human trafficking should not be confused with human smuggling, which is the act of illegally transporting consenting individuals across the borders of another country.

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2. Human trafficking always involves physical restraint, force or bondage.

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2. Human trafficking always involves physical restraint, force or bondage.

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The use of force or harm to control a victim is not required to prove an act of trafficking. Traffickers often use threats of deportation, threats of harm to members of the victim's family, fraud, intimidation, isolation, and other forms of psychological control to exploit a person. A trafficked person may seem able to come and go without restriction when they actually live in constant fear of harm to themselves or their loves ones if they escape.

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3. Human trafficking occurs only in illegal underground industries.

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3. Human trafficking occurs only in illegal underground industries.

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Human trafficking takes place in a variety of legal businesses, which is why it is often referred to a crime that takes place in plain sight. Trafficked persons can be found in restaurants, hotels, factories, construction sites and food processing sites.

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4. A victim of trafficking will always ask for help or assistance and will self-identify as a victim of a crime.

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4. A victim of trafficking will always ask for help or assistance and will self-identify as a victim of a crime.

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Victims of human trafficking do not always identify themselves as trafficking victim due to lack of knowledge, lack of trust of authority figures, shame at being in their situation, fear of consequences or instructions from their trafficker. Victims of sex trafficking may also have developed bonds with their traffickers and want to remain with them. Victims frequently blame themselves for the situations they are in. Building trust and demonstrating patience on the part of service providers and law enforcement are necessary to get the full story.

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5. Trafficked persons are always from another country.

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5. Trafficked persons are always from another country.

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In the United States, most human trafficking cases are domestic. These victims can be trafficked for forced labor and well as sex.

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6. Poverty is not the only reason people are trafficked.

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6. Poverty is not the only reason people are trafficked.

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Poverty alone is not a universal indicator of human trafficking. Victims of human trafficking come from a range of income levels. They include adults, children, and the elderly; the handicapped and runaway youth, diverse races and religions. The common denominator is that they are vulnerable and without support or protection.

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7. One person can make a difference.

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7. One person can make a difference.

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Most domestic servitude cases are reported by individuals who recognize that something is not "right". Human trafficking cases are reported to hotlines and local authorities because informed residents took the time to learn the signs. Anti-trafficking organizations continue their work because of volunteers, donors and board members who donate time, treasure and talent. YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

Human Trafficking Quiz

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