Men, women and children around the world have become the victims of human trafficking. They're forced to labor in sweatshops, mines, fields or homes, or they're forced into prostitution on the street and in brothels. How much do you know about this terrible crime?
Question 1 of 10
According to the most recent human trafficking report from the U.S. State Department, how many people worldwide live as slaves, subjected to forced labor and sexual exploitation?
Question 2 of 10
Is the State Department's estimate of 12.3 million slaves in the world correct?
Question 3 of 10
Which is more common: sex trafficking or labor trafficking?
Question 4 of 10
According to the State Department, how many successful prosecutions of traffickers were conducted in 2009?
Question 5 of 10
Often, traffickers will tell their victims that they must work as a prostitute or a manual laborer until they've repaid money owed for travel to a new country. What is this practice called?
Question 6 of 10
Which country has become associated with "slave redemptions," in which aid groups pay traffickers to free slaves?
Question 7 of 10
What's the difference between trafficking people and smuggling people?
Question 8 of 10
When was the United States' Trafficking Victims Protection Act passed?
Question 9 of 10
The U.N.'s Palermo Protocol said that the governmental response to human trafficking should be the "3 P's." What are the three P's?
Question 10 of 10