TUYA-PROTECT HUMAN; Oppose human trafficking by falsifying images of people.
The “Peek-a-boo Game” comes true in some families, and they spend a lifetime looking for their kids.
The bar code used in consumption represents money, which sews the mouth of the trafficked person like thread. Money forces people to be silent, and it also hurts the trafficked person.
NOT FOR SALE
STOP HUMAN TRAFFICKING
“Stop” human trafficking with the “red x”, which has become a symbol of human trafficking.
Everyone in their home and in their peaceful area needs to empathize with those who have been separated from their home and family. If this bad situation is not prevented, we or a loved one can stay away from home.
Many pictures of missing children’s posters were used to create a child’s head. The kids who was supposed to be smiling was trafficked.
This poster shows a child who has been trafficked. His eyes are filled with horrible traffickers. The vicious expression of the trafficker makes the children feel terrified. He is crying. From his scared eyes, he can tell that he is talking to the traffickers. “No”, the child shows helplessness, fear and a desire to break free.
People should not be treated as commodities, let alone as a source of economic income. We should stop this behavior and speak up for them.Combining the word “strawberry” with the word “stop” is an advocacy to stop treating people as commodities.
Gather damage.Many people’s body organs are concentrated on one person’s face, which represents the pain of the victims. The majority of people are sold organs, but it is unique for each person.