GIF that presents IOM data related with the human trafficking victims assisted in 2017.
Short film based on the real story of Silvia and Juana, human trafficking victims from Ecuador. Credits: Produced by Mateo Herrera, supported by Ministerio de Educación de Ecuador and U.S. Embassy Quito.
Animated video that shows how you can become a victim of human trafficking through the internet, as well as the consequences for victims. Credits: Dirección AGAPE.
This video explains the difference between human trafficking and migrant smuggling, with examples from North and Central America and the Caribbean. Credits: IOM
This video is about social labels and highlights the similarities between different groups of people. By asking questions, people discover they have many things in common. Credits: TV2 Denmark.
The story of Jose, a young 16-year-old from La Unión, El Salvador. He was arrested in Mexico while migrating irregularly. Credits: Universidad Centroamericana “José Simeón Cañas” (UCA), 2014.
In “On the Journey,” children and adolescents are arrested and sent back to El Salvador from XXI Century Migratory Station, located in Tapachula (Chiapas, Mexico). The stories are from the children and adolescents when they were in Mexico. Credits: Universidad Centroamericana “José Simeón Cañas” (UCA), 2014.
Documentary that tells the stroy about Talawa reggae musical group, wich the members tavel to migrate irregularly to United States. You can show it by parts or complete. Credits: IOM. Atómica Films and Juntos.
Antonio is a young person who is thinking of migrating irregularly because he feels like he has no opportunities in his community. Will he be persuaded by Osvaldo, his teacher, or his friends? Follow his story in the comic “You also have the right to dream here” and share it with your friends.
This video explains the inclusion of the Sustainable Development Goals in the migration. Credits: OIM