“Habri bo Wowo” is an awareness campaign that started in 2021 with the release of first film, “Otro Banda di Lama.” This movie explored the important topics of human trafficking and migrant smuggling.
Alongside the film, we ran a social media campaign and a creative guerrilla marketing initiative designed to grab the attention of the Aruban population.
Now, we’re excited to bring you “Otro Banda di e Cam,” our second local film production. Our goal with this campaign is to help the people of Aruba understand the harsh realities of human trafficking and the new ways that bad actors exploit can exploit their victims. This campaign is brought to you by Coordination Center for Human Trafficking and Migrant Smuggling in Aruba.
Someone might be in a labor trafficking or exploitation situation if you learn they:
Smuggling includes consent by individuals to be moved across a border. Trafficking victims have either never given consent or, if consent was initially granted, it is rendered meaningless by coercion, deception, abuse, and exploitation.
Smuggling has three possible outcomes:
Smuggling is always transnational. Trafficking exploitation can occur within a country or can involve border crossings.
Smuggling profits are derived from the transportation of an individual from one country to another. Trafficking profits are derived from exploitation.
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