PRIOR ABUSE – A LAUNCH PAD FOR CHILD TRAFFICKERS Probably the most prominent risk factor is prior sexual abuse. Various reputable sources indicate that in more than 90% of cases, children know their abuser. It could be an older sibling or playmate, family member, a teacher, a coach or instructor, a caretaker, or the parent of another child.
The average individual will change careers 5 to 7 times in their lifetime. This was before the COVID pandemic struck havoc, and alot of parents and individuals have lost their work. This has a ripple effect as many scholars and students can either not complete their studies nor enroll to study at University.
The COVID-19 pandemic will forever be remembered for impacting the lives of every person on the planet. And while we are struggling to save our businesses, secure our jobs and support those around us, it is easy to lose track of our children that had no choice but to engage almost constantly with a harsh online world, traffickers lurking around every corner. And whilst most parents try to enforce some control over screen time and the use of internet filtering software, few are aware of the dangerous terrain that their children are now navigating.
“As reported over the past five years, human traffickers subject Japanese and foreign men and women to forced labor and sex trafficking, and they subject […]
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