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A social movement against human trafficking
and sexual exploitation in Romania

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Human trafficking is modern day slavery, where people profit from the control and the exploitation of others.

Slavery has not been abolished.

There are more people in slavery today than in any other time in history.
Thousands of people from Romania are being exploited every year.


are sexually exploited


are exploited through forced labor


of trafficked victims didn’t graduate highschool


of trafficked victims were recruited by relatives or friends


of trafficked victims were minors


The numbers are extracted from the statistical situation of trafficking victims
identified in 2014, conducted by ANITP.

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  • eLiberare Transition Announcement - Building a social movement to prevent human trafficking in Romania. I’m crazy enough to believe it’s possible. This vision was only fueled by my visits to the numerous shelters across this country housing young women, sometimes as young as 13, who are survivors of forced labor & sexual exploitation. The crime of human trafficking is […]
  • About Trafficking in Persons Through the Eyes of the Teachers -   Each point on the map represent a package eLiberare sent in Romania for the prevention of the trafficking of persons for the Altfel-2016 week. *Școala Altfel is a week where students don’t go to normal classes, but have all kinds of extracurricular activities. Altfel week has recently ended. Over 300 teachers from across the […]
  • At least 880 people were trafficked in or out of Romania in 2015 -   At least 880 people were trafficked in or out of Romania in 2015. It’s the National Agency Against Trafficking in Persons in Romania who’s saying it based on real cases.  Below are statistics illustrated by eLiberare Design.   The patterns of criminal and socio-demographic profiles remain unchanged. An increasing number of victims are female […]

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