Forced into prostitution: To hell and back - Human trafficking documentary

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Human trafficking is a crime that forcefully exploits men, women, and children. According to the International Labor Organization, there are more than 40 million victims of human trafficking globally.

Out of those, more than 81% are trapped in forced labor. More than 25% of the human trafficking victims are children. And more than 75% are women.

What is really going on with human trafficking? The question might also be, what is happening with the victims?

This documentary explores the life of a victim. Camilla from Nigeria wanted a better life in Europe. But traffickers forced her to work as a prostitute for their profit.

After seven years, she was discovered by the police and deported. Back home, she struggles to get her life back to normal.

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