This poster has been designed for highlighting and awareness-raising on human trafficking. When it comes to human trafficking, the sex trade is an important issue. Women are more frequently the victims of sexual trade. Sexual slavery as a form of sexual exploitation is a new form of slavery in human trafficking.
The idea for using a shopping cart in this poster reflects the fact that human trafficking includes buying, selling, and transportation of the victims. The fasten woman’s hand represents slavery. Her limbs shape echoes the fear and indicate that she is sexually enslaved. The red background indicates the importance and danger of human trafficking.
My name is Raziye Naghipoor from I.R. Iran. I am 32 years old. I was graduated from Naghshejahan, Isfahan non-governmental university with a BA in Graphics. My experience is mainly in designing logos for business companies.
I was honored that one of my posters namely GARBAGE EAT SHARKS was accepted in the International Triennial “The 4th Block” exhibition in Kiev, Ukraine.

People Are Not Commodities, Stop Human Trafficking | China

Barcode is the label attached to the product. Behind the product is the economic benefit. The inducements of trafficking in human beings are all the suffering of victims driven by interests. Therefore, I combined the shape of human beings with the bar code to reflect on the implication that people should not be blinded by interests and deprive the rights and dignity of victims, but should stop human trafficking. Finally, the date at the bottom of the barcode (2013-9-30) is the World Day against Trafficking in Persons, calling on everyone not to remain silent and the fight against human trafficking starts with me.