The wave of forced migration due to the war in Ukraine increases the risk of human trafficking.
In Europe, there is an increase in cases of labor and sexual exploitation and violence against people, including children.
In Europe, there is an increase in cases of labor and sexual exploitation and violence against people, including children. The Verkhovna Rada Commissioner for Human Rights Lyudmila Denisova said on her Telegram channel.
"There are incidents of pimps hunting Ukrainian women near refugee shelters in Lublin, Poland, under the guise of offering transport, work or housing. There are also groups of people who pretend to be volunteers and try to lure women into unknown cars,” the ombudswoman said.
To prevent the exploitation of internally displaced persons, the European Commission has launched a network of anti-trafficking coordinators.
Check the conditions of entry for temporarily displaced citizens and useful information on assistance to Ukrainians around the world on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine. The interactive map is updated in real-time.