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Labour exploitation

The term labour exploitation refers to cases where people are made to work – voluntarily or under duress – while their employer withholds their wages and/or cases where they are made to work under very poor conditions.

Sexual exploitation

Sexual exploitation refers to cases in which individuals are forced to provide sexual services to others. More specifically, it refers to forced sexual acts for payment in the form of money or other remuneration such as clothes or food, or the promise thereof.

Forced begging or stealing

Forcing an individual to commit criminal acts or to beg is a form of human trafficking. For this reason, it is vital to be aware of potential coercion in begging and criminal activities.

Information for potential victims

Are you in immediate danger?

Please call the Emergency Number 112.

Do you need shelter?

Please call CoMensha on +31 33 448 11 86 or go to www.mensenhandel.nl.

Would you like to talk to someone about your situation?

Please call CoMensha at +31 33 448 11 86, go to www.hoenuverder.info

or contact FairWork at +31 20 760 08 09.