What is Sex Trafficking:
Sex trafficking is a modern-day form of slavery in which a commercial sex act is induced by force, fraud, or coercion, or in which the person induced to perform such an act is under the age of 18 years. Sex Trafficking has been in existence from the beginning of time, as the popular saying goes, Prostitution is the oldest crime from the beginning of history, exploitation of women sexually is the oldest crime from the beginning of history. Sex trafficking in today's society with the accessibility of locating victims around the world because of the internet has caused for a drastic demand increase earning the crime it's placement as the 2nd most profitable illicit business globally.

Sex Trafficking in the UK:
The UK is a major destination for trafficked women. Police believe that about 4,000 have been brought in to the country and forced to work as prostitutes. Criminal gangs bring them into the country individually or in small, escorted groups. The routes used can change quickly, although some broad routes have been identified. Victims are found "all over the UK, not just in metropolitan areas", police say.
The gangs behind the trade buy and sell the women for between 2,000 and 8,000. Some have been forced to work 16 hours and have sex with 30 men a day.

Who are the victims
Many trafficking victims in the UK are from Eastern European countries including Lithuania, Russia, Albania and Ukraine. Others are from the Far East, South America and Africa. Often, women are lured by adverts in their home countries for jobs such as restaurant staff, maids and child minders. Some expect to work as lap dancers or escorts, but not to be prostitutes. Others do know they are going to work as prostitutes, but are lied to about conditions. The age of victims varies widely, but most are between 18 and 24. Police have also rescued a number of children. Many victims are "from poor backgrounds with little or no education", the UK Human Trafficking Centre reports.
Info Source: BBC Report of 02-10-06]

Here are stories of some victims:
Testimony: Story of Marinela Badea
Testimony: Story of Katya
Testimony: Deaf & Mute Victim
Testimony: 19-year-old Julianna
Testimony: Malis from Cambodia

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Partner With Us To
1] Set up PRECIOUS WOMAN HOMES in Scotland and abroad
where those escaping sex trafficking or the sex trade can escape to & be restored to life again.
2] Become a Sex trafficking campaigner helping to distribute leaflet, flyers and posters to increase public awareness about this growing crime in our societies.
3] Work with us to buy back slaves from their illegal owners in nations where law enforncement is inadequate and where traditional culture, tribalism and indifference makes slavery an acceptable phenomenom.
4] Join our lobby WRITING campaigners who are willing to write to members of parliament and others to sterngthen legislation against this crime.

Here are ways you can also help:
1] Contact police in your area.
Most Police forces have Sex Trafficking Units.
Ask for their Sex trafficking contact officer.
2] Contact the UKHTC [United Kingdom Human Trafficking Centre]
Tel: 0114 252 3891 Website: www.ukhtc.org 3] Call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. Report your suspicion.
4] You can call our confidential hotline on:Tel: 0808 141 5399

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If you are a victim, here are ways you can get help:
1] You can call our confidential hotline on:Tel: 0808 141 5399
2] Contact police in your local area. Police forces have Sex Trafficking Units.
Ask for their Sex trafficking contact officer.
3] Contact the UKHTC [United Kingdom Human Trafficking Centre]
Tel: 0114 252 3891
Website: www.ukhtc.org
4] Call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. Report your kidnap.

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Do not be dismayed, for I am your God!
I will strengthen you and help you;
I will uphold you with my victorious right hand.
I am holding you by your right hand,
I am the Lord your God.
And I say to you,'Do not be afraid,
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Isaiah 43v10-13