Irish Campaign Spotlights Human Trafficking Victims Celebrated as Employees of the Month

The aim is to drive people to report this crime to the accompanying website

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Being named Employee of the Month is usually a compliment to hard-working members of any company. However, a campaign commissioned by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) aims to show that trafficked workers have no choice in how hard they work, what they do and for how long.

The social campaign by TBWA\Dublin aims to showcase how prevalent human trafficking is in Ireland with concerns that victims are not being formally identified.

According to blueblindfold.ie, which battles human trafficking in the country, 318 victims were identified in the country over the last five years.

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