You have probably have seen one recently – at the airport, perhaps after the security check or at the local public service office and after pressing one, you have wondered ‘what next?’ Where does this information go, who does what with it and does anything happen after you press the button?
‘Aware Migrants’ is a new campaign that has emerged from the stories of migrants who were assisted by and spoke to IOM in Italy, after they were rescued in the Mediterranean Sea.
Sara and Yusra, two sisters from Syria, left their country in November 2015. Sara, the youngest, speaks about their journey and how strong and invincible they thought they were before that night.
The World Day Against Trafficking in Persons is an important moment to show solidarity with the many victims of human trafficking around the world.
A person cannot be a possession. A child should never be a commodity. Human trafficking is a serious crime and a gross violation of human rights and dignity.