ANTHUS develops a variety of teaching and audio-visual resources for the prevention of human trafficking.
The Manual of Information and Prevention
The Manual of Information and Prevention of Human Trafficking contains information supported by the current legislation on an international, federal and state scale, it is taken as a framework to define the desired goals in the education sector, it also points out the general concept of human trafficking and the types of exploitation, to which the victims are subject to.
The means of capture that the criminals use to subdue their victims are also included, as well as the description of cases or scenes of the crime of human trafficking, in which the deception, transport, capture, subduing and sexploitation in its different forms are highlighted.
Significantly, the Manual provides teachers with information and various activities that they can do with students and parents with the goal of strengthening self-care, the culture of reporting human trafficking, the development of protection techniques and individual and social competences against this crime.
Examples of human trafficking in Mexican Indigenous Languages
In ANTHUS, we know that indigenous communities represent vulnerable groups for the crime of human trafficking, therefore, we have prevention materials in:
Náhuatl (Sierra negra)
Náhuatl (Sierra Noroeste)
Náhuatl (Sierra oeste)
We have made a collection of audio-visual material to share with you, they would be of great use to you, if you wish you understand this issue better.
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Are you a teacher or do you have young children?
We recommend you listen to and reflect upon the following material together.
STORIES AND QUESTIONS FOR REFLECTION
Self-care methods for children (Pipo)
Recruitment on social networks (Juan and Facebook)
Do you want to be a model?
EXAMPLES OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING
Recruitment by job offer (Juan and Esther)
Recruitment by seduction (Karla and Internet)
Paty is in love