Prisoners of the shadows | Malaysia

In the song they say trust no shadows, when I thought about this, it also can be said about the people who control the human trafficking corporation. So in my poster I wanted to convey that we know who the victims are and how they look, but who controls them are like shadows to us, as they remain usually uncaught and in the dark. Prisoners of shadows means we need to do better to find and spread awareness of who these shadows are so less people can be trapped. The overall blue theme represents blue collar workers as a lot of them come from forced labour and human trafficking .

reggae,the secret of freedom | Iran

In this poster, human trafficking is likened to a suitcase with protruding hands protruding from the corners and asking for help. Hands include people of all races, men, women and children, most of whom are women. The word “open” is a suitcase of reggae music, and the bird of peace tries to unlock the suitcase with a password. This is a direct reference to reggae music in the fight against human trafficking and in peace and freedom.

Imprison | Taiwan

Imprisonment is not intangible, it is an entity that deprives all people of their inherent rights, regardless of race, gender, nationality, ethnicity, language, religion, or any other status or status. People ask to “treat people as people,” which is the philosophy of people. People include life and freedom, the right to be free from slavery and torture, and the right to freedom of opinion and speech. People are being forced into slavery, prostitution, or being defrauded by unfair work contracts, or are severely exploited, imprisoning human rights and being completely deprived of their lives.

Worth | China

A large part of human trafficking is the sale of organs, this poster works form an idea, using red elements eye-catching dazzling. Black lines outline the temptation of the human body. It also condemns the atrocities and cruelty of trafficking in persons.