Send Them Home is excited for the opening of our new free exhibition in Soho, London, that shines a light on human trafficking for sexual exploitation.
Visitors will be taken on an immersive journey, hearing real testimonies from survivors and activists about the complex issue of human trafficking, the tactics used by traffickers to coerce, entrap, and force victims into sex work, and crucially, what we can all do to help stamp out human trafficking for good.
HELP FOR NIGERIANS TRAFFICKED FOR SEXUAL EXPLOITATION
This website is hosted and operated in the United Kingdom and is intended as a resource for Nigerian women trafficked to Dubai to work in the sex industry. Send Them Home has funds in the UK available for repatriation to Nigeria from the UAE. This website is intended as a resource for victims and their families both in the UAE and also for their arrival back in Nigeria. We also tell the stories of the victims we have supported and our own journey into the vile trade in the sexual exploitation of Nigerian women.
Sex trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery in which individuals perform commercial sex through the use of force, fraud, or coercion.
The Nigerian sex trafficking network is vast and complex. Frequently victims are targeted by friends of friends and even their own family who then use false promises, violence, threats, lies, debt bondage, juju or other forms of control and manipulation to keep victims involved in the sex industry.
Sex trafficking exists worldwide within diverse and unique sets of venues and businesses including fake massage businesses, escort services, residential brothels, in public on streets, hostess clubs, international hotels and elsewhere.