Open Doors: Malaysia

John and May lose track of the fact that their domestic worker needs to communicate regularly with her own family.

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Open Doors: Thailand

Recently widowed with two children and a busy job, Krit puts his needs before his domestic worker’s and chaos ensues.

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Sebuah Harapan: An IOM X PSA

Employers in Indonesia are creating happy homes with their domestic workers through open communication and respect.

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Open Doors: Thailand

Recently widowed with two children and a busy job, Krit puts his needs before his domestic worker’s and chaos ensues.

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Sebuah Harapan: An IOM X PSA

Employers in Indonesia are creating happy homes with their domestic workers through open communication and respect.

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Open Doors: Singapore

An incident at her daughter’s school makes Serene realize she has been treating her domestic worker too harshly.

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Open Doors: Malaysia

John and May lose track of the fact that their domestic worker needs to communicate regularly with her own family.

Watch Video

Sebuah Harapan: An IOM X PSA

Employers in Indonesia are creating happy homes with their domestic workers through open communication and respect.

Watch Video

Open Doors: Singapore

An incident at her daughter’s school makes Serene realize she has been treating her domestic worker too harshly.

Watch Video

Open Doors: Malaysia

John and May lose track of the fact that their domestic worker needs to communicate regularly with her own family.

Watch Video

Open Doors: Thailand

Recently widowed with two children and a busy job, Krit puts his needs before his domestic worker’s and chaos ensues.

Watch Video

Open Doors: Singapore

An incident at her daughter’s school makes Serene realize she has been treating her domestic worker too harshly.

Watch Video

Human trafficking is the buying and selling of men, women and children within countries and across borders in order to exploit them for money. Click the buttons below to learn more.
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Through deception or threat, victims of human trafficking are exploited in forced labour, forced begging, forced organ removal, forced sexual exploitation or forced marriage for the profit of others.
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Forced labour is more common in sectors such as agriculture, fishing, domestic work, manufacturing and other work requiring low levels of education and skills.
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It is estimated that there are more than 20.9 million men, women and children living as victims of human trafficking around the world. More than half of these are in Asia Pacific (11.7 million).*
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In Asia Pacific, there are 7.9 million victims of forced labour, 2.5 million victims of sexual exploitation and 1.2 million victims of other forms of exploitation.
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Human trafficking is one of the fastest growing industries in the world, generating US$150 billion per year in illegal profits.
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The average profit made by traffickers per victim of human trafficking in Asia Pacific is around US$5,000.*
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Three out of every 1,000 people in Asia Pacific are victims of human trafficking.*
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Men, women and children who are trafficked experience the withholding of travel and migration documents, as well as withholding of wages (debt bondage) and illegal salary deductions by employers.*
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A combination of economic pressures, language, legal status constraints and lack of information puts migrants at high risk of labour exploitation and trafficking.
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It is estimated that there are around 30 million migrant workers in Asia Pacific.* Migration can increase vulnerability to human trafficking and exploitation.
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