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Usually, “trafficking” refers to the process when another person, who receives economic benefits from this, exploits someone. This is a form of violence, and most often, like other forms, it is applied to women and children.
Most often, exploitation is labor and sexual. Here are the signs they may include:
– Exploitation of the prostitution of third parties or other forms of sexual exploitation,
– Forced labor or services,
– Slavery or practices similar to slavery,
– Dependent state
– Forced marriage
– Extraction of organs.
In Romania, law 678/2001 prohibits human trafficking. The Romanian police have a department responsible for the suppression of this crime – the National Agency against Human Trafficking. Therefore, if you encounter exploitation, you can contact the police or call the emergency number 112.
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