Human traffickers recruit, transport, transfer, harbour or receive persons by means of threat or force. Human trafficking often includes the use of different forms of coercion, abduction, fraud, deception and the abuse of power for the purpose of exploitation. It is understood as a violation of human rights as it takes place without the consent of the concerned individual. Trafficking can include sexual exploitation, forced labour and slavery, or the removal of organs of men, women and children. Victims can be trafficked within a country or across borders. Although trafficking is to be distinguished from human smuggling, some overlap may occur. For example, human smuggling can turn into trafficking in cases of debt bondage or sexual exploitation after the arrival at an agreed destination.
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