most of The victims of human trafficking are exploited according to the United Nations, sexually. As a report by the UN office for drugs and crime in Vienna, have been exploited in 2016, almost 60 percent of the victims of human trafficking in this way. Especially in America, Europe and Southeast Asia this Form of exploitation dominates.

34 percent of the victims are forced, according to the report to work. Especially in large Parts of Africa and the Middle East, this is the dominant form of Exploitation. Many victims are forced, according to the report, in addition, often to beg or to organs. The UN office assumes that two percent of victims are exploited in different Ways, so many times.

many of the victims are women (49 percent) and girls (23 percent). The vast majority of them are exploited sexually, with 83 percent of women and 72 percent of girls. Deported men are used to 82 percent as forced laborers.

in Total, have been discovered according to the report, in 2016, around 25 000 victims of human trafficking and reported significantly more than in the previous years. The UN suggest that the increase also comes through better tracking of human trafficking in some regions of the world. The comparison of data from 45 countries that publish figures, since 2007, systematically your case, shows an increase of 39 percent since 2011.

The international community must take the Problem, therefore, is reinforced in the views, capacities and cooperation in order to create the trafficking in human beings in conflict and combat in all societies, writes the head of the UN drugs report, Yury Fedotov, in the Preface to the report. Fedotov also refers to first progress in the past few years. “Almost every country now has legislation that criminalizes trafficking in persons.”

However, it is clear from the report that in some regions, yet many of the perpetrators come. Thus, the authors see, for example, in the African countries South of the Sahara is still great need for improvement in the implementation of imported laws to the fight against human trafficking.

Also in Germany, human trafficking has increased dramatically, according to the Federal criminal police office. The BKA announced in August, 2017 to be exploited in Germany, 671 people sexually, to work or even to Beg were forced to – an increase of 25 percent compared to 2016. Of the 671 Victims, 171 were age.