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“Affected for life,” UNODC’s Anti-Human Trafficking and Migrant Smuggling Unit and Danish Doc Production’s anti-human trafficking training film

UNODC's Anti-Human Trafficking and Migrant Smuggling Unit together with Danish Doc Production has produced an anti-human trafficking training film, Affected for Life.  The film was produced in the context of UNODC technical assistance, primarily for use in the delivery of training to criminal justice actors, but also to be shown more broadly as an awareness-raising tool for a wider audience. The film uses the testimonies of victims of human trafficking from all over the world and focuses on raising awareness of core concepts and issues regarding human trafficking.  The long version (23 minutes) of the film targets prosecutors, judges, law enforcement officers and other specialized audiences who have a key role to play in the fight against trafficking. The short version (13 minutes) of the film has been produced with the goal of awareness-raising in mind. The film focuses on core concepts and issues - what is human trafficking? What are the different forms of human trafficking? What are the differences between human trafficking and migrant smuggling? How does human trafficking affect its victims?  Affected for Life was premiered on 19 October 2009 on the occasion of the European Union Ministerial Conference "Towards Global EU Action Against Human Trafficking".
 

UNODC’s Anti-Human Trafficking and Migrant Smuggling Unit together with Danish Doc Production has produced an anti-human trafficking training film, Affected for Life.

The film was produced in the context of UNODC technical assistance, primarily for use in the delivery of training to criminal justice actors, but also to be shown more broadly as an awareness-raising tool for a wider audience. The film uses the testimonies of victims of human trafficking from all over the world and focuses on raising awareness of core concepts and issues regarding human trafficking.

The long version (23 minutes) of the film targets prosecutors, judges, law enforcement officers and other specialized audiences who have a key role to play in the fight against trafficking. The short version (13 minutes) of the film has been produced with the goal of awareness-raising in mind. The film focuses on core concepts and issues – what is human trafficking? What are the different forms of human trafficking? What are the differences between human trafficking and migrant smuggling? How does human trafficking affect its victims?

Affected for Life was premiered on 19 October 2009 on the occasion of the European Union Ministerial Conference “Towards Global EU Action Against Human Trafficking”.

 

EYES ON TRAFFICKING

This “Eyes on Trafficking” story is reprinted from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.

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