forced labor

Demonstration against the Italy-Libya agreement organized by different NGOs, among them Abolish Frontex and Solidarity with Refugees in Libya | Photo: Patrizia Cortellessa/Pacific Press
Compared to other crime areas, such as drug trafficking or trafficking of weapons, it is more challenging to identify the indicators of trafficking in human beings in an online environment | Photo: Picture-alliance
A migrant ship rescued by finance police in Reggio Calabria | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA
An anti-gangmastering help desk operator at work | Source: Migrant Integration website via ANSA
Spanish police officer and a police van | Photo: Reuters
A procession welcoming migrants arriving in Genoa on June 2, 2019 | Photo: ANSA/Luca Zennaro
Detained migrants sitting in the Abu Salim detention center in Gasr Garabulli, 60 kilometers east of Tripoli, Libya | Photo: EPA/STR
Screen shot from a Carabinieri video showing one of the Nigerian women who arrived in Italy on a migrant boat and was then forced into sexual slavery | Photo: ANSA/CARABINIERI
Woman carrying heavy load at construction site in India | Photo: Bharat Patel
Migrants saved by private rescue missions are brought to European ports, while those intercepted by the Greek coast guard are taken back to the war-torn country | Photo: ANSA/STRINGER
IOM workers have observed a steep increase of young women and girls arriving from Ivory Coast | Photo: REUTERS/Antonio Parrinello
A camp where the migrants, who were forced to work in 'brutal and inhumane' conditions, were living | Credit: POLIZIA DI STATO/ANSA