Domestic servitude is a form of human trafficking which is difficult to detect because it takes place in private residences. As a result, domestic workers are generally more vulnerable to abuse and exploitation. Most cases are discovered by neighbors who notice that "something was not right."
- Learn about cases of domestic servitude in your city, state or country. What happens to the victims? The traffickers?
- Get to know the signs. If you think you see suspicious behavior, know where to call.
- Write an article for your local paper on domestic servitude.
Check out the resources linked below, and share the links to your Facebook page to spread awareness. Use #ConfrontHumanTrafficking to contribute to the 30Actions30Days ArtWorks for Freedom Campaign to #ConfrontHumanTrafficking.
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