“trafficking in persons” means recruiting, transporting, transferring, harbouring or receiving persons through the threat or use of violence for the purpose of exploitation, or through other forms of coercion, through abduction, fraud, deception, abuse of power or abuse of vulnerable situations, or through the granting of remuneration or benefits to obtain the consent of a person who has control over another person.
Exploitation should at least include the use of the prostitution of others for exploitation or other forms of sexual exploitation, forced labour or services, slavery or practices similar to slavery, servitude or removal of organs.
Regardless of whether the victim of human trafficking agrees or not, whether the perpetrator of human trafficking is involved in the mode of human trafficking as defined in paragraph 1 shall not exclude the application of the preceding paragraph.
In the process of recruitment, transport, transfer, concealment and reception, individuals who are exploited are children and shall be regarded as children whose victims of human trafficking are under the age of 18, even if they are not involved in the manner provided for in paragraph 1.


I believe that people are rooted in their homelands just like trees are, trees and forests are symbolizing their ancestors here. Thus, human trafficking is like tearing them off their roots, torturing both physically and psychologically somehow. Human trafficking is a modern day slavery and must be prevented at all costs.